Southern Nevada real estate professionals already have seen indications of an anticipated climb in local land values as a result of Las Vegas’ leap into big-league status.
Charles Orange has enjoyed traveling the globe as an Army recruiter for more than two decades, but last year when he received orders to move to Las Vegas for his career, he wasn’t exactly planning on staying long term. That is, until he discovered Juhl, where he recently fell in love with a spacious studio and the all-encompassing lifestyle that comes with it.
Gruden officially returns on Tuesday to the position most believe he never wanted to depart, the Raiders set to hold a news conference at their headquarters in Alameda, Calif., introducing him as their head coach.
The agreement outlines improvements to infrastructure and public safety at and around the stadium, all of which the Raiders have agreed to fund.
One of the NFL’s fiercest rivalries has literally taken on new depth. A man buried a Kansas City Chiefs flag near what is expected to be the 50-yard line of the new Raiders stadium going up on the Strip. Chiefs fan Chris Scherzer posted a photo of his friend wearing a white hardhat and dark glasses and holding a red and gold Chiefs banner with the inscription “Chiefs Kingdom” on his Facebook page. The Facebook post read, “Flag buried in dirt, encased in concrete, with a stadium built on top of it. Chiefs 1, Raiders 0. Las Vegas.” Scherzer says his friend was at the stadium site when another acquaintance snapped the photo. The plan was to bury the flag where they presumed the 50-yard line would be. The Raiders’ Las Vegas stadium is set to be completed by the 2020 season.
The year 2017 was another eventful one in business for Las Vegas. While the Oct. 1 mass shooting was the top story, the Raiders’ stadium plans, Faraday’s exodus from Southern Nevada and Caesars’ emergence from bankruptcy were also notable events.
The City Council will consider a proposed deal set to offer a vacant 55-acre parcel to the National Football League team for $6.05 million, just over half of the appraised value of $12 million.
One of the NFL’s fiercest rivalries literally took on new depth Thursday when a man buried a Kansas City Chiefs flag near what is expected to be the 50-yard line of the new Raiders stadium going up on the Strip.
The Raiders have agreed to meet all of Clark County’s infrastructure requests to mitigate the impact of building a 65,000-seat NFL stadium west of the Strip, county comprehensive planning director Nancy Amundsen said Wednesday.
Las Vegas’ top 10 business stories of 2017 10. SpeedVegas crash brings lawsuits and an OSHA fine 9. Construction on Resorts World Las Vegas gets busy 8. McCarran International Airport on pace to shatter record of 47 million passengers 7. More Strip hotels join the pay-for-parking bandwagon 6. Wynn Resorts snaps up 38 acres on the site of the Alon project 5. Fontainebleau finally sold, new owner calls work in progress Project Blue 4. Caesars Entertainment emerges from 2-year odyssey through bankruptcy court 3. Faraday Future abandons planned site of manufacturing plant at Apex 2. Raiders formally announce move to Las Vegas, conduct groundbreaking Nov. 13 1. Oct. 1 shooting leaves 58 dead, causes short-term uneasiness in tourism industry while long-term effects remain uncertain