Plans to stretch more than 230 single-family homes across a large swath of the former Badlands golf course are headed for this week’s Las Vegas Planning Commission.
Councilwoman Michele Fiore had city marshals throw people out of a Las Vegas neighborhood meeting that erupted this week.
Las Vegas officials have a new vision for developing a unique piece of land surrounded by sensitive land packed with environmental and cultural resources.
The Las Vegas City Council OK’d issuing $11.6 million in local improvement bonds to pay for public improvements in the Skye Canyon master plan development in northwest Las Vegas.
Plans to develop the Badlands Golf Club have divided residents in the Queensridge development, which is entwined with the course, since it was sold two years ago. The course was operational until late last year and the water stayed on until last month.
A new plan for developing the Badlands golf course calls for a boutique hotel, more than 2,000 multifamily units and 65 homes spread across the shuttered 250-acre property.