Long before the first shovel full of dirt was dug up, and long before the final name of the shopping destination was approved, Downtown Summerlin had a unique relationship with Red Rock Resort.
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Taxable sales jumped across Nevada and in Clark County in February. The dollar volume of goods sold by businesses statewide came in at $3.51 billion in the month, up 4.6 percent from $3.4 billion a year earlier, officials said Tuesday.
Station Casinos launched a mobile application that lets smartphone users access information about the company’s 18 Southern Nevada casinos. Boarding Pass loyalty program members can gain information about their accounts and customers can make reservations or enjoy special offers
The Galleria mall at Sunset is getting a $24.1 million makeover, complete with a fresh “outdoor venue.”
The 220,000-square-foot Sahara Center at the northeast corner of Sahara Boulevard and Hualapai is scheduled to open in early October.
SlotZilla’s opening downtown is coming soon although the only official message is “Opening soon” signs on the ticket office exterior glass. But workers at the new Banger Brewing storefront in the Neonopolis center about 15 feet from SlotZilla can’t wait for the Fremont Street Experience attraction to open.
Easter sales nationwide are expected to reach $15.9 billion. Assuming the same trends hold true in Nevada, Easter sales in the Silver State are expected to ring up $235 million.
General Growth Properties Inc. on Thursday announced the appointment of Mark Thorsen as general manager of Meadows mall. Thorsen will be responsible for the day-to-day operations and management of the nearly 1 million square foot suburban shopping center.
Construction of the second phase at Tivoli Village comes as Tivoli Village President Patrick Done said a feasibility study has been completed and discussions are underway with potential operators of a 7-story 150-room boutique hotel that could be built as part of a third phase.
U.S. retail sales in March rose by the largest amount in 18 months, led by strong gains in sales of autos and furniture, according to a Commerce Department report on Monday. But Nevada has seen continuous retail growth for 48 months, according to the Retail Association of Nevada.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. and the New York Mets extended their marketing and promotional agreement through 2018, which gives the casino company a presence at Citi Field, the Major League Baseball team’s home park.
Construction on the largest retail project built in Las Vegas since the Fashion Show mall opened in 1981 is proceeding in Summerlin and on track to open for the holiday season.
Family Dollar said Thursday that will cut jobs and close about 370 underperforming stores as it tries to reverse sagging sales and earnings. The discount store operator will also permanently lower prices on about 1,000 basic items.
Quick: What does Google’s California headquarters have in common with Caesars Palace? They both have a quirky novelty manufactured right in downtown Boulder City.
Lion Fight Promotions, the Las Vegas-based Muay Thai fight promotion company, is taking its stand-up kick and punch strike show on the road for the first time.
Construction on the Grand Bazaar outdoor mall outside of Bally’s Las Vegas is expected to finish by fall.
Americans barely increased their spending in February following a weak January performance, strong evidence that the severe winter will hold back the economy in the first quarter. Consumer spending rose 0.3 percent following an even weaker 0.2 percent rise in January, the Commerce Department reported.
The Las Vegas retail landscape has seen many changes in 2014. Strip properties have doubled down on their retail offerings to appeal to a Las Vegas visitor, while longtime regional malls such as The Boulevard and Galleria at Sunset have initiated renovation plans.
Nevada businesses sold $3.52 billion in goods in January, up 2.1 percent from $3.45 billion in the same month a year earlier, according to the Nevada Department of Taxation.
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.
A former baker for multiple Four Seasons Hotels and the former assistant pastry chef of The Mirage, Jones is no stranger to high-end sweets operations. It was through opening her own business in 2011 and a resulting storefront eight months ago, though, that she discovered a whole new world. “I’m so much more aware of small business and I try so much harder in my personal life to support small business now, way more than I did before,” Jones said.
Xyience, the Las Vegas-based energy drink maker, has signed one of the elite rock climbers in the world to help pitch its product. His name is Joe Kinder, a 33-year-old known for his impressive roster of first ascents and route development. He’s been featured in many climbing films and outdoor magazines, and his athletic skills are matched by his artistic pursuits off the rock. He’s also a filmmaker, photographer and painter. He majored in painting at the Maine College of Art in Portland before becoming a rock-climbing rock star.
Wal-Mart has rolled out an online tool called “Savings Catcher” that allows shoppers to compare its prices on 80,000 food and household products to those of its competitors.