Las Vegas homebuilders started 2017 with a jump in sales and prices over the first month of last year.
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Las Vegas’ apartment boom has brought numerous projects to the suburbs, with properties offering loads of amenities and higher-than-usual rents. Now, some are turning to urban neighborhoods.
A Japanese homebuilding giant has acquired a southwest U.S. builder with operations in Las Vegas.
With dirt roads sprouting weeds, hundreds of vacant lots and paved streets that abruptly end, the Burson Ranch subdivision, it’s fair to say, didn’t turn out as planned.
Heather Fisher, president of the environmental nonprofit Save Red Rock, expects hundreds of people to wear the color as a sign of protest against proposed development on Blue Diamond Hill, which lies next to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Across the Las Vegas Valley, the median sales price of previously owned homes rose 8.1 percent last year, SalesTraq reported. All but three ZIP codes posted increases.
The Las Vegas Planning Commission voted 4-2 Tuesday in favor of a proposal to put a 61-lot subdivision on part of the closed Badlands golf course.
UNLV students from the colleges of engineering, architecture, hotel management, health sciences, fine arts and construction management will showcase their skills in designing an energy-efficient, solar-powered home this fall.
William Lyon Homes is building a densely packed project on the south side of Charleston Boulevard immediately west of the 215 Beltway in Summerlin.
The Home is Possible for Teachers program provides up to $10,000 to use on down payment or closing costs and was designed in part as a tool for teacher retention.
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