About 315,000 people are expected to visit Las Vegas over the Labor Day weekend, in line with the number of visitors predicted for the holiday since at least 2014.
American Costumes marks 40 years of business this year. But the milestone is bittersweet. On Thursday, the costume rental business began a store closing sale.
A warehouse developer has bought a spread of land in North Las Vegas from a wireless-communications giant whose planned project there fizzled.
The city’s rating slid six notches between June 2012 and January 2014, Moody’s spokesman David Jacobson said. The recent upgrade gets the city within one grade of its June 2012 rating of A3.
Las Vegas homebuilders notched a 20 percent year-over-year increase in July sales and fetched a median price that was 17 percent higher than a year earlier, a new report shows.
The median sales price of previously owned single-family homes in Las Vegas was $290,000 in July. Here’s a look at what that gets you around the valley.
Lee, 98, a real estate developer and casino owner, died Tuesday at her home in Las Vegas after a brief illness.
Southern Nevada home prices rose 13 percent in June from a year earlier, compared with a 6.2 percent rise nationally, according to the SP CoreLogic Case-Shiller index released Tuesday.
North Las Vegas wants developers, businesses and potential homeowners to know the city is the place to be, and there’s no recession this time to slow it down.
Malaysia-based Genting Group is sticking to its target of opening the $4 billion Resorts World Las Vegas by the end of 2020 as some analysts begin to question the timeline.