Tony Hsieh was a major real estate investor in Las Vegas who, in a short period, became a dominant property owner downtown.
Vegas historian Brian “Paco” Alvarez led Tony Hsieh on a First Friday tour, recalling, “He didn’t buy the art. He bought an art event.”
An armed trio from Texas approached 10 strangers on Thanksgiving morning in Henderson and shot at them for no apparent reason, according to an arrest report. One man was killed.
The home where Tony Hsieh suffered life-ending injuries is owned by Rachael Brown, a longtime Zappos employee and well-known Vegas cellist.
Las Vegas injury law attorney Farhan Naqvi has sold his two-story home in Summerlin for $7.4 million — the third-highest transaction so far this year — as the Las Vegas luxury market remains hot.
Tony Hsieh’s fellow downtown Las Vegas visionary Derek Stevens and his wife, Nicole, are taking lead on a Viva Vision tribute.
Even if the foodies or barflies on your holiday shopping list aren’t ready yet to return to a favorite bar or restaurant, they might want to show them some love.
The heart of historic Las Vegas holds a glamourous property that personifies a timeless era and has a rich history marked by notable residents including the late country music legend, Kenny Rogers.