When developer Prologis breaks ground Tuesday morning on its 464,203-square-foot Las Vegas Corporate Center No. 19, it will be the first time since the recession that a large-scale, speculative building has been attempted in the local market.
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The 14,378-square-foot CVS Pharmacy inside Sky Las Vegas on the Strip has new owners.
U.S. real estate investment bank, The Carlton Group, was retained by IDB Development to sell its 50 percent interest in a Las Vegas real estate portfolio that includes Tivoli Village.
WASHINGTON — Consumer confidence climbed in March to the highest level since 2008 as more Americans grew optimistic about the outlook for the world’s largest economy.
Purchases of new homes fell in February to the lowest level in five months, a sign the industry may take time to pick up after inclement weather dampened demand earlier in the year.
The Las Vegas area grew by nearly 100,000 new residents in the past two years and steady growth is expected to continue for the foreseeable future, according to a new economic report out this week.
The Silver State led the nation in job growth year over year in January, and the state also ended its nearly four-year streak at No. 1 for unemployment.
For sale or lease: Spacious, 29,000 square-foot municipal building on 30 acres in the heart of North Las Vegas’ downtown redevelopment district.
DENVER — Denver-based Quiznos has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to reduce its debt by more than $400 million after the chain lost ground to competitors.
Nevada slashed its foreclosure rate in February, but the state still saw above-average default activity.
Cox Communications plans to shift more than 200 specialized call center jobs out of Las Vegas in coming months.
Increase in job listings nationwide seen as sign of steady improvement.
Sbarro has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization for the second time in just three years as the pizza chain struggles to turn its business around amid a drop in traffic at shopping mall food courts.
Many income tax refund recipients would probably like to spend them on something fun.
Although there’s plenty of focus on sign-up snafus for people buying coverage through the state exchange’s Nevada Health Link, there’s less attention on enrollment hitches through Medicaid.
The ultimate buffet of big-time sports events is being served up this month as Las Vegas welcomes 3.54 million fans for everything from NASCAR races and Major League Baseball games to a high-profile boxing card and no less than four college basketball conference tournaments.
RadioShack said Tuesday that it plans to close up to 1,100 stores, or about a fifth of its U.S. locations. The news came as the retailer reported a wider quarterly loss after a disappointing holiday season.
Florida is back in play, but no one really seems to care.
The business organization that opposes passage of a 2 percent business tax in November has released a study that confirms what it has been saying all along: The tax would hurt the bottom lines of Nevada businesses.
Gov. Brian Sandoval announced Thursday that 60,700 private jobs have been created in the first three years of his administration, beating the 50,000 job goal he set last year.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was not optimistic on Thursday about recovery for Nevada, saying it will be “some years” before the Silver State returns to a normal economy.
The Great Las Vegas Arena Race featured a scene Monday rarely seen: Rick Arpin and Port Telles sitting side by side on a sports venue policy panel, representing the two front-running arena proposals in Las Vegas.
The filming of “Mall Cop: Blart 2” would highlight Las Vegas, the surrounding region and jump-start Nevada’s film industry, representatives of Sony Pictures Entertainment told a state panel Monday in making their pitch for $4.2 million in tax credits.