Despite media accounts that development has slowed and concerns about neighborhood light pollution, developers of Las Vegas’ twin Sphere venue appears to be on target.
Brett Torino and Paul Kanavos have already teamed up to build retail projects in the heart of the casino corridor.
A policy that has been in place since 1977 has frustrated jackpot winners and casinos and Rep. Dina Titus and her new gaming caucus plan to do something about it.
Ten years ago, Genting Group bought the Resorts World Las Vegas site at a bargain price.
Dreamscape Companies recently announced that it raised $850 million in capital and is launching a real estate investment trust.
Some casino operators touted the benefits of owning their properties or stated they aren’t looking to sell them and rent them back.
In 2022’s record gaming year, Nevada’s slot machines got slightly tighter, but most players wouldn’t know the difference from a year ago. Solution: Play more nickel slots.
Las Vegas has some of the world’s biggest hotels, and resort operators and other businesses regularly roll out new ways to capture tourists’ attention and dollars.
Most of the nations’s major casino companies are partnering up to bid for three lucrative downstate New York casino licenses, expected to be handed out later this year.
A state Senate bill seeks to raise the transfer tax to fund assistance for “very low income housing,” supportive housing and supportive services.
MSG Sphere President Lucas Watson extended a warm welcome to the venue at the Preview 2023 event last week, but the company has yet to announce suite, ticket or advertising prices.
A top executive with Vici Properties this week reiterated its stance that the Strip is the world’s premiere cash machine.
With states adding sports wagering and new casinos planned across the county, gaming revenue records may continue to fall.
Southern Nevada’s housing market may have slowed last year, but its range of sales prices, from one extreme to the other, was plenty wide.