Before the economy crashed and the company went bankrupt, Station Casinos loaded up on land, buying big parcels around the valley for future hotels.
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The inventory of available condos and townhomes in Southern Nevada is falling at an even faster pace than that of single-family houses
The Raiders are still a few years away from throwing the pigskin in Las Vegas. But one investor group is getting in on the team’s neighborhood early – and it paid a premium.
When Lorenzo Doumani imploded the Clarion hotel 2½ years ago, he had big plans for the site off the north Strip.
As house hunters know all too well, Las Vegas home prices aren’t getting any cheaper.
Faraday Future may have bailed on building its car plant in Apex Industrial Park, but the electric-car startup isn’t washing its hands of the site.
At the Rainbow Dunes Centre, shoppers used to stroll the aisles of Kmart, buy shoes at Payless and chow down at a Chinese buffet. In more recent years, the “customers” were kicking through walls, trashing the parking lot and ripping out copper.
The Alon casino project is stuck on the drawing board — its main backer bailed several months ago, and the land is up for sale.
During the recently concluded 2017 legislative session, state politicians again passed some housing-related measures that Gov. Brian Sandoval signed into law.
Las Vegas house flippers booked an average gross profit of $51,500 per deal in the first quarter, up 29 percent from the same period last year, a new report shows.
The Blackstone Group, a global investment giant, has gone from buying the recession’s discarded leftovers to snapping up hot property in Las Vegas.
Resorts World Las Vegas, the supersized, Chinese-themed casino project on the Strip, got a new boss this week, another expected opening date, and another promise of soon-to-come heavy work.
It’s been set on fire and ripped apart by vandals. Its owners have been ordered to fix it or tear it down. There has even been a rumor of ghosts. And now, thanks to the Raiders, it’s looking like prime real estate.
Before anyone rented its apartments, or the office tenants moved in, or the eateries opened their doors, the Gramercy was known as ManhattanWest, and it was a scary place.
Amid the ongoing recovery from the bloodbath of the Great Recession, waves of retailers have been locking their doors in Las Vegas and elsewhere — and the pace of closures is only increasing.