A court settlement clears the way for a developer to buy and restore the shuttered Huntridge Theater in downtown Las Vegas.
A deal to revitalize the historic Huntridge Theater awaits approval by the Las Vegas City Council and state and local historic preservation authorities.
Restaurants and retail businesses in downtown Las Vegas that are operating under the first two phases of state orders on reopening may extend operations to the sidewalk, the city said Thursday.
The project proposed by Zappos is still in the early stages, a company spokeswoman said, prompting the Las Vegas City Council to remove a lease deal from the agenda.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider leasing downtown land to Zappos for a special events facility and public tavern, with an eye-catching centerpiece.
Plans are underway for an old-fashioned ice cream parlor and a Parisian-decorated playhouse to replace the former Beauty Bar and Don’t Tell Mama.
A supermajority of residents at the condominium tower voted to allow the homeowners association to regulate illegitimate short-term rentals, targeting a point of contention that had never been addressed by condo policy since the building opened in 2008.
As downtown redevelopment continues at a torrid pace for retail and restaurant industries, Las Vegas is seeking to incentivize the lagging-behind office market.
The 1,224,485-square-foot resort that will replace them will tower 459 feet over Fremont Street on the north side of the Fremont Street Experience, across the pedestrian mall from the Golden Gate casino.
Las Vegas city officials see a new downtown revitalization effort as so all-encompassing, they’ve dubbed it Project Enchilada.