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.
Fremont Street Experience is hosting a job fair this week to fill a variety of positions.
A local developer is tearing down a decades-old commercial building across from UNLV to clear space for a mixed-use project.
As the partial government shutdown drags into its fourth week, the patience of security agents at the Las Vegas airport is growing thin.
Executives are studying ways to create more buzz on its segment of Las Vegas Boulevard to attract more pedestrians, said MGM Grand President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Sibella, who has been running the property the past seven years.
Walker Furniture plans to donate new mattresses to all 30 Clark County firehouses in the Las Vegas Valley, starting Wednesday with a station in the west valley.
The company will automatically reverse employees’ monthly service or overdraft fees and offer loans to help avoid missing payments.
It’s only fitting the film “Casino” was playing on the living room big screen as prospective buyers toured the former Las Vegas home of Chicago mob enforcer Tony Spilotro.
As downtown redevelopment continues at a torrid pace for retail and restaurant industries, Las Vegas is seeking to incentivize the lagging-behind office market.
Hundreds of people made the trek to the Old West attraction near Red Rock Canyon on Saturday after learning the ranch is being sold to home developers.