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.
The company seeking to develop the Badlands golf course is suing Las Vegas in District Court, alleging the city delayed a decision on the plans to first adopt an ordinance that will “severely delay and ultimately prevent development of the property.”
Investors bought a North Las Vegas apartment complex for almost $60 million, a sharp increase over its sales price after the economy crashed.
Richmond American Homes acquired a 42.5-acre parcel for around $23.8 million from Summerlin developer Howard Hughes Corp., property records show. The sale closedMarch 1.
Nevada’s most populous county grew by 47,355 residents in 2017. Only Maricopa County, Arizona, home to most of the Phoenix metro area, added more new residents with 73,650.
Legacy Golf Club owners will head to trial Wednesday to continue a legal fight with residents who want to enforce a deed restriction that prohibits redevelopment.