TSK Architects owner Windom Kimsey is scheduled to hold a ceremonial groundbreaking Thursday for Southend Lofts.
The Calida Group announced Wednesday that its 368-unit Elysian at Hughes Center project is slated to open this fall.
Vegas Golden Knight right wing Alex Tuch paid $2.35 million for a new home in The Ridges in Summerlin. The deal closed July 2.
A projected 249,700 people in Clark County are at risk of eviction starting next month. “It’s just sort of a bad confluence of events,” Guinn Center executive director Nancy Brune said.
Las Vegas’ mortgage delinquency rate rose again in May after the coronavirus pandemic shut down much of the economy, a new report shows.
A local developer has broken ground on the last new housing tract in Las Vegas’ Providence community.
The median sales price of previously owned single-family homes was $330,000 in July, up 1.5 percent from the record high in June and 8.9 percent from a year ago, Las Vegas Realtors said.
People of color in Nevada and across the U.S. are more likely to be rejected for a home loan than white borrowers, a new report says, showing the long-standing disparity hasn’t gone away.
In the early 1960s, with gamblers rolling the dice at the Dunes and the Stardust, Irwin Molasky made a different sort of wager: that people would move in droves to a stylish, resort-like community.
Tru Development Co. and MultiGreen Properties plan to build a 336-unit apartment complex in Henderson.
A Las Vegas philanthropist sold her condo at One Queensridge Place for $4 million, marking the top sale during the first half of 2020 in the high-rise market.
Las Vegas mortgage delinquencies rose sharply after the coronavirus pandemic devastated the economy, a new report shows.
Nevadans facing financial hardship can now apply for rental assistance from a new state program under the CARES Act. Local governments also have funds.
Despite the pandemic’s devastating effect on Las Vegas’ economy, several local communities are in the top 30 nationally for builders’ sales this year.