The sale of the late Tony Hsieh’s real estate empire could prove a catalyst to build on what Hsieh started, and help downtown improve even more.
After starting the process to sell Tony Hsieh’s expansive Las Vegas real estate holdings, the late tech mogul’s family has now turned to his property portfolio in a wealthy Utah ski town.
After taking the late Tony Hsieh’s family to court over contract disputes, his longtime friend and former assistant has now filed more than $90 million worth of creditor’s claims in his probate case.
With Tony Hsieh’s family looking to sell his downtown real estate holdings, a slew of properties in Las Vegas could change hands, putting vacant lots, apartments, offices, shuttered motels and other sites under new ownership.
An attorney for the late Tony Hsieh’s father and brother, co-administrators of his estate has filed nearly 100 notices in Clark County District Court outlining plans to sell dozens of his downtown Las Vegas properties.
A Las Vegas attorney for the late tech entrepreneur Tony Hsieh is seeking more than $360,000 in legal fees, court records show.
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.”
Ex-Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh died from complications of smoke inhalation in a death ruled an accident by the state Office of the Chief Medical Examiner on Monday. But police and the local fire marshal said an investigation into the death is active and ongoing.
Hsieh, 46, died from injuries sustained in a New London, Connecticut, house fire. He was the former chief executive of online shoe seller Zappos.
The home where Tony Hsieh suffered life-ending injuries is owned by Rachael Brown, a longtime Zappos employee and well-known Vegas cellist.
Tony Hsieh’s fellow downtown Las Vegas visionary Derek Stevens and his wife, Nicole, are taking lead on a Viva Vision tribute.
From being the CEO of Zappos, to the driving force behind the downtown revitalization effort, Tony Hsieh had a profound impact on the city of Las Vegas.
Emotional tributes to Tony Hsieh appeared on social media after news of his death was reported late Friday night.
Tony Hsieh, the former chief executive of Zappos who pumped a fortune into downtown Las Vegas and became the face of its revitalization, died Friday after being injured in a house fire.