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 the partial government shutdown drags into its fourth week, the patience of security agents at the Las Vegas airport is growing thin.
As downtown redevelopment continues at a torrid pace for retail and restaurant industries, Las Vegas is seeking to incentivize the lagging-behind office market.
If there was only one emblem of a Sin City marriage ceremony, it must be an appearance by “the King.”
Nevada’s next governor wants to rename the state’s two busiest public airports after historical elected officials.
Commissioners voted 4-3 to support the proposed ban, which would grandfather in short-term rentals already permitted by the city. The decision followed more than an hour of public comment, with a majority of speakers opposing the ban.
About 500,000 people stayed at Airbnb rentals in the Las Vegas area last year, the company reports. That’s almost double the amount of visitors in 2016.
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.
The Las Vegas Monorail Co. has pushed back the start date for construction on its planned route extension from the MGM Grand to Luxor and Mandalay Bay.
McCarran International Airport will likely receive a $1.16 million federal grant to help pay for a project that will extend one of the taxiways, Sen. Dean Heller’s office said in a statement issued Thursday.