The city of Las Vegas is considering leaving NV Energy for an alternative power provider, setting the stage for it to potentially join a recent exodus from the utility monopoly .
When the El Cid Hotel caught fire in mid-December, a police sergeant witnessed individuals jumping out of windows and upward of 50 homeless people living in the ramshackle downtown building.
A new Marriott convention hotel for Symphony Park has been approved by Las Vegas leaders, drawing a $95 million investment to an integral downtown development with the promise of jobs.
Its denial will leave multifamily residential and mixed-use developments under the same rules that broadly govern vacation rentals throughout the city.
Las Vegas officials are considering offering breaks to businesses that choose to set up in the Medical District as part of a larger plan to actualize their vision for the next major city quarter beyond the downtown core.