A Southern California real estate firm bought two apartment complexes near the Las Vegas Convention Center for almost $68 million combined.
Residents at 14 local public housing developments in the Las Vegas Valley have been without a security service for nearly three months after the firm hired last year to protect residents had its contract revoked.
City documents show plans for 303 single-family homes and two multifamily projects with 491 apartments combined, all on about 60 acres.
Howard Hughes sold 244.8 acres of residential land in Summerlin – Las Vegas’ largest master-planned community – for $144.7 million last year.
Las Vegas’ housing market ended 2018 with the fastest-rising prices in the country — and started 2019 with sharp drops in sales.
Sandra Guillen, 33, unveiled her creation this week at the International Builders Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Her backers believe it could provide affordable housing for the homeless, disaster victims and others.
Southern Nevada home prices rose at one of the fastest rates in the country last year amid a growing population and strengthened job market.
Kaktus Life, a luxury apartment building off Cactus Avenue and Interstate 15 in Las Vegas, also features 21,600 square feet of commercial space in four freestanding buildings.
Blue Heron announced Thursday that it plans to break ground on the Vantage community in early March.
A plan will move forward to build 20 high-end homes on the site of a replica Old West town nestled at the foot of Red Rock Canyon west of Las Vegas.
Phil Maloof’s Palms Place Penthouse, which takes up the entire 59th-floor, is for sale for $15 million.
Irvine, California-based Parcel Pending has announced that its “Smart Home Lockers” will be installed in luxury builder Toll Brothers’ Mesa Ridge community.
Here’s a look at five big houses in the Las Vegas Valley that were repossessed by lenders or bought at foreclosure auctions last year, as shown in Clark County records.
Las Vegas’ housing market hit top speeds last year. Sales prices and rental rates rose at some of the fastest clips in the country, newly built apartments filled with tenants, and developers sold the most homes in more than a decade.