A once-dormant project in southwest Las Vegas christened its revival Thursday with the installation of a massive steel sculpture. The Gramercy, a 500,000-square-foot, mixed-use project near Russell Road and the 215 Beltway, put in place a 10,000-pound sculpture of a “G” designed to make the project’s logo visible to surrounding areas. The Gramercy, initially launched as Manhattan West in 2008 but halted in 2009 amid the recession, will have 245 multifamily rental homes, as well as 200,000 square feet of retail and office space. Homes are in preleasing this month. Commercial tenants include HMS Holdings Corp., Touchstone Living, Regus, DW Kitchen + Market and Alex Stratta Italian Steakhouse. WGH Partners of Las Vegas and The Krausz Cos. of California bought the property in 2013 and are finishing it.
Joseph Yablonsky, the controversial and notoriously outspoken former head of the FBI’s Las Vegas field office, died Tuesday morning in Florida. He was 90.
The Hummer was turning onto Main Street from Ogden Avenue on Wednesday when it struck a woman in a crosswalk, Las Vegas police said.
Kim Blandino made headlines in the early 1990s after he was convicted of kidnapping for taking his two young sons from their mother in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas has seen some strange weather so far in 2019, with unusually cool, wet conditions that set records and helped reduce water use.
Funds Clark County received through the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act will help James Regional Sports Park, Bunkerville Park in Bunkerville and Hollywood Regional Park.
This year’s Downtown Rocks free concert series at the Fremont Street Experience kicks off Friday with a performance by Good Charlotte.
Jennifer Annette Harley was out of custody for her brief appearance before a Las Vegas judge who set another hearing June 12.
The coroner has identified the 75-year-old man killed in an Interstate 15 crash Tuesday morning in the far northeast Las Vegas Valley as a Henderson man.
DTP Companies announced Tuesday that it renovated 88 rooms at the Downtowner and spruced up its courtyard and exterior.