Southern California investors have bought a slot-machine company’s offices in southwest Las Vegas, paying more than triple the average rate for a local office property.
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Critics of a proposed $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed football stadium say they want a better deal for Southern Nevadans if tax dollars are used to help fund construction, but an influential casino lobbying group joined the debate Wednesday by saying stadium developers and government officials have covered all areas of concern.
The international mining industry is well aware of the Silver State’s standing as a producer of precious minerals, but the Nevada industry is getting a bigger spotlight this week in Southern Nevada.
When developer Triple Five bought a slice of the Strip last decade, just before the economy crashed, it paid a sum that landowners could only dream of today. And now, that’s exactly what it’s shooting for.
Las Vegas Valley residents might be surprised to learn about the unexpected past lives of some local commercial spaces.
World of Beer, known for its extensive brew offerings, opened a roughly 5,000-square-foot Henderson location on Thursday at the Galleria at Sunset Mall in Henderson.
Tesla’s Gigafactory under construction east of Reno is expected to begin producing lithium-ion batteries this year, a officials said Thursday.
The Henderson City Council approved an exclusive negotiation agreement with Marnell Properties LLC, which will let the company develop a feasibility study and a proposed master plan for the property.
The Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee unanimously agreed to recommend financing for a proposed $1.9 billion domed stadium, and perhaps the most surprising moment of the proceedings was which member motioned to approve a public investment of $750 million.
Nevada lawmakers seem to favor the first week of October, or just over two weeks from now, for a special session to approve a stadium funding plan.
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