Southern Nevada homebuilders signed nearly 1,230 sales contracts in June, the most since February.
Travelers to the city are still having fun and data suggest Las Vegas is still a big attraction, but marketers have to incorporate health and safety into their messaging.
The Indiana Horse Racing Commission will have a critical role in determining support for Eldorado Resorts Inc.’s acquisition of Caesars Entertainment when it meets Monday.
While analysts try to determine if it’s a trend or an aberration, the percentage of people seeking out Las Vegas for its gambling is growing, a new study says.
With the Aviators going dark this year , the brunt of the financial pain falls on team owner Howard Hughes Corp.
Derek Stevens can only hope his new resort, Circa, fares better than the last new hotel-casino to open in Las Vegas: the Lucky Dragon.
When the Gaming Control Board ordered protective facial coverings at table games, the change was made because so many patrons weren’t wearing them voluntarily.
It took longer than most expected and the price is rising by $2.3 million every day, but it appears Reno-based Eldorado Resorts will soon hold the keys to Caesars Palace.
Las Vegas’ housing market is showing signs that its pandemic-sparked turbulence is easing. But it’s too early to say whether the worst of the crisis is over for Southern Nevada’s housing market.
Clark County’s more than 200 licenced operators celebrated reopening properties Thursday, but the bigger question is whether they’ll be able to build on that success.
Guests won’t have to wear face coverings, smoking will be allowed and social distancing protocols will be tough to uphold as Nevada gaming tries to get back to normal.
Hughes Corp. chairman Bill Ackman tweeted May 21 that Tesla boss Elon Musk should consider one of the developer’s master-planned communities in those states and to “take a close look” at Summerlin.
After Siegfried & Roy’s run ended on the Las Vegas Strip, they made millions in one of Southern Nevada’s other favorite pastimes: real estate.
Jim Murren never thought he’d stay in or even like Las Vegas when he left his Wall Street gig in 1998. Now, he’s fighting for the city he loves in his task force role.
The state Gaming Control Board is treating the reopening plans being submitted by licensees as confidential documents, meaning the public won’t get a chance to see them.