Friends of UNLV William F. Harrah College of Hospitality Professor Al Izzolo paid tribute to the legendary mentor in a memorial service after his death in April.
Southern Nevada’s housing market is no stranger to volatility — and lately, it seems the industry is on anything but even ground.
Locally and nationally, the number of price cuts rose for the third consecutive month in May.
A recent deal at almost $6 million per-acre didn’t even come close to a sale up the street.
Some Amazon buildings in North Las Vegas all sold a year or so after they were built, and prices have skyrocketed.
Some are wondering whether the MSG Sphere at The Venetian could be home to a National Basketball Association team. Rest assured, this venue is mostly for entertainment.
Housing markets are prone to ups, downs and other shifts, especially in Las Vegas, and there’s no telling how long the current trends will last.
The property owners are seeking $7 million an acre, or $182 million total, for the spread near Mandalay Bay.
Over the past year or so, Las Vegas has seen a rising tally of sales and construction plans involving vacant land, retail properties and hotels on or near its famed casino corridor.
Las Vegas home prices are skyrocketing, but as borrowing costs climb, buyer activity is down.
Meetings planners, resorts, developers, government leaders and regulators need to have a unified strategy to keep gaming revenue growing.
Las Vegas real estate investor Steve Siegel is perhaps best known for his portfolio of low-priced apartment complexes bearing his name, but now he is the Strip’s newest landowner.
Fans of the South Korean K-pop group are coming to Las Vegas with money in their pockets and philanthropy in their hearts.
Major projects do get built in America’s gambling capital, and there are always people willing to spend time and money outside the casino floors.