A grand opening for a new downtown bookstore is scheduled for Tuesday.
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Tumbling gasoline prices have proven to be a boom to Las Vegas auto dealers and helped prompt consumers to purchase SUVs and pickup trucks that have lower fuel mileage.
Taxable sales across Nevada and in Clark County rose in November on broad gains in consumer-oriented categories. Nevada’s businesses sold $3.97 billion in tangible goods in the month, up 6.9 percent from $3.71 billion in November 2013, according to the state Department of Taxation.
WASHINGTON — Supermarket chains Albertsons and Safeway agreed to sell 168 stores in eight states to win U.S. antitrust approval for their $9.2 billion merger, the Federal Trade Commission said on Tuesday.
Grand Bazaar Shops Las Vegas has an opening date for its Strip debut. The retail development across the Strip from the Bellagio fountains and near Bally’s Las Vegas, Paris Las Vegas, and The Cromwell includes 120 stores and a host of boutiques across two acres.
Halotherapy, which uses naturally formed salt, can usually be found at high-end resorts. Now, Summerlin has its own version at the Salt Room LV in the Trails Village Center. The 2,300-square-foot space is filled with blocks of pink and white variegated salt from the Himalayas.
Walk into one of the three Mastroianni Fashions stores in Las Vegas and signs of discounts are everywhere. Walk in while the stores’ owner, Vasili Lazarou, is working the floor, and you’ll get a Greek-accented lecture on how he strives to secure those discounts.
It’s not just children who find intriguing items at The Toy Box at Downtown Summerlin. Sure, the shop has your prerequisite puzzles, dress-up items and play ovens, but older patrons who take a second look will find items they’d long forgotten about, such as Lionel trains, play instruments and My Little Pony.
In a world of big-box stores and mega-franchises, the Fashion Show’s Berger & Son Fine Jewelers stands out as a store that offers individualized attention and unique pieces. As much as 80 percent of the items in its showcases are designed by the owner, Summerlin resident Stuart Berger.
A Pacific Northwest grocery chain that emphasizes fresh and organic products will open in Las Vegas by May or June.
Struggling apparel retailer Wet Seal Inc. said on Wednesday it laid off about 3,700 full- and part-time employees as it closed 338 stores. But three stores located in Las Vegas are apparently not affected by the closings.
If you’re betting that Tivoli Village won’t succeed, then place your bet again, and don’t let recent construction delays deter you.
With the new year comes a chance to look at what’s ahead for the Summerlin area. Retail developments such as Downtown Summerlin and Village Square are welcoming new stores and restaurants, while Tivoli Village plans to complete its second phase. New homes and more high-end communities are also set to come online in Summerlin.
Statewide taxable sales jumped nearly 5 percent in October, state officials said on Monday.
Don’t let an unwanted gift collect dust on your shelf in 2015 just because you couldn’t return it. We examined the most popular retailers across the country, and the following dozen stores offer the best return policies to help you save money (and hopefully get your hands on the gift you really want).
The first floor of the 180,000 square-foot central valley location, 4200 Meadows Lane, is closed and the second floor has been converted to a discount-only retail space.
Fresh & Easy has spent the past several weeks relaunching some of its 19 grocery stores in the Las Vegas Valley. Gone are the long supermarket aisles, replaced by an open, airy ambiance anchored by a grab-and-go and hot-food eating area.
Ethel M Chocolates has opened its first pop-up location on the western side of the Las Vegas Valley at Tivoli Village.
In a time where video rental kiosks and online movie streaming are popular, Henderson native Trevor Layne and his wife Katie still keep it old school by running a brick-and-mortar video store.
The Retail Association of Nevada on Wednesday said it projects a 5.4 percent increase in statewide holiday sales this year, topping national estimates.
November might claim some of the biggest sales of the year with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but it’s possible to save big bucks in December, too. In fact, the end of the year is a great time to snag discounts across the board, as retailers make room for new merchandise.
Christmas shopping season at Town Square Las Vegas came to a less than festive end in 2013: Santa Claus’ house and tree burned down in an electrical fire. But he’s back in business and keeping with the trend, Christmas came early.
Updates have been made at the Market LV at Tivoli Village. A handful of new tenants have moved in, and a major update was made to the main entrance to the market to further the industrial chic look.
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