Time to compare 2018 prognostications against reality and to go out on the 2019 limb.
The planned opening of Massachusetts’ largest casino resort — Encore Boston Harbor — is just six months away, but everything’s as messy as spilled chowder.
The Cheyenne Commons strip mall looks like any other around Las Vegas, and same goes for the apartment complex next door, The Grove.
With any beginners’ luck for the game’s inventor, 42-year-old Harold Moret, a UNLV graduate, it’ll be available in other casinos in Nevada and across the country before long.
Around 7,000 single-family homes were on the market without offers at the end of November, up a jaw-dropping 54 percent from a year earlier and the highest level in two years, according to Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors data, which the trade group pulls from its resale-heavy listing service.
The Gambling Treatment Diversion Court was established when Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 458A was amended to permit defendants to enter a treatment program if a criminal judge deems they are eligible in lieu of incarceration.
What do you do with a failing mall like Primm’s? Someone could buy it and try to fill it with retailers, gut it for another use entirely or, in true Vegas style, implode it to build something else. For now, the mall will likely keep limping along.
Gov.-elect Steve Sisolak takes office, he’ll have less than a month to contemplate who he wants to guide the state’s gaming licensing, taxation, audits, investigations, and enforcement oversight.
The holidays are normally a time to slow down. But in recent years, real estate investors have squeezed in big, last-minute transactions in Las Vegas before the calendar flips to Jan. 1.