A Las Vegas real estate firm has finished a Seattle high-rise that was left as a giant hole in the ground by its now-imprisoned former developer.
The heels were high, the cheekbones higher still, a stratosphere of beauty buzzing to life in perilous footwear and plunging necklines.
One of the city’s oldest casinos has announced plans for two new projects at its downtown Las Vegas property.
Eric Cohen is part of a wave of developers who have flooded the Las Vegas suburbs with new apartments in recent years. For one of his newest projects, however, he’s building in a markedly different location: an office park near the Strip.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling over 660,000 heavy-duty trucks worldwide because a loose nut can cause a loss of steering control.
Jim Rhodes, founder of Harmony Homes, recently listed his 2-acre Las Vegas spread for almost $30 million. At that price, according to the listing on Zillow, the estimated mortgage payment is $116,995 per month.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board’s settlement with Wynn Resorts Ltd. may benefit investors suing the casino operator’s former directors and officers.