Once lost to foreclosure, The Mercer today is a luxury rental complex that’s open for business.
A slew of barriers block the expansion of affordable housing in Southern Nevada — rising rents, low inventory and private sources sitting untapped while thousands of people on wait lists for public and transitional housing.
Some 50 years after Washington, D.C., added legal protections against discrimination with the Fair Housing Act — a law enacted in the days after the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. — disparity still exists locally and beyond.
Clark County’s crackdown on illegal short-term vacation rentals resulted in a record-shattering number of investigations last year.
Las Vegas apartment rents are climbing faster than the national average, but the valley’s low vacancy rate also is inching up, a new report shows.
The owners of the Badlands golf course in Las Vegas filed a federal lawsuit Monday against the city and Councilmen Steve Seroka and Bob Coffin, claiming bias and arguing city officials’ handling of plans to develop the course have violated their 14th Amendment rights.
Experts say this desert valley of shimmering lights and more than 2.1 million residents — its workforce dominated by casino, hotel and restaurant employees — has a growing affordable-housing crisis.