Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority CEO Rossi Ralenkotter is preparing to retire, a close friend of Ralenkotter’s hastold the Review-Journal.
The California-based group that’s under contract to buy the property that once housed Las Vegas’ first racially integrated casino wants to build a Moulin Rouge revival and a civil rights museum on the site.
Plans for a new business improvement district aim to boost downtown Las Vegas, but property owners within its boundaries will need to pay up for new projects.
Downtown Las Vegas developer Derek Stevens is planning a 777-room hotel and casino along the Fremont Street Experience, the first bottom-up resort construction project in years for downtown Las Vegas.
The last three years have been Clark County’s best when it comes to visitation levels. The coming Las Vegas Stadium should make future numbers even better, according to a new Moody’s Investor Service report.
Richard Kerzetski says he used the money saved from the tax cut to purchase “much-needed trucks, tools and office equipment,” give “bonuses of $500 and $1,000 to all our employees” and hire several new employees.
The city of Las Vegas and International Market Centers are poised to ink a deal to bring a multimillion-dollar expo center to downtown Las Vegas.
The party’s over in downtown high-rises — that’s the message Las Vegas officials sent this week as the city continues to crack down on short-term rentals.
As Nevada grapples to address a massive shortage of affordable housing, state officials fear federal tax reform has stymied a long-standing funding resource.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider next week selling a slice of Symphony Park to a developer who wants to build 299 apartments and 4,000-square-feet of retail space for $2 million.