Forgotten Not Gone
In this week’s Raiders mailbag, readers have questions about whether a new defensive end can provide pass rush and why the increased penalties the last few weeks?
A 10-foot monolith is standing under the Fremont Street Experience canopy.
Dana Lane leads the contest with a 36-21-1 ATS mark. Paul Stone is in second (33-25-2), Eric Parkila (32-25-2) is in third and Kelly Stewart (32-27-1) is in fourth.
A District Court judge in Carson City ruled against the attempt to overturn presidential election results, saying there was insufficient evidence to support fraud accusations.
An estate in Summerlin set the record at $14.5 million for the highest-price resale of 2020 as the luxury market continues to be on fire.
I’m just getting myself educated on homeowners association board matters and I have several questions. I hope you may be able to shed some light on my them.
Bentar Development, a Vegas-grown construction management company, announces the development of a 344-unit rental community at 2800 Fremont St., south of Charleston Boulevard.
Juhl, the iconic 344-residence, loft-style community in downtown Las Vegas, announces the release of newly remodeled two-story luxury residences known as “Penterraces.” These unique, two-story condos offer spacious and luxurious penthouse-like living space on the community’s sixth and seventh floors with terraces overlooking Juhl’s lushly landscaped resort-style pool deck. In addition to gorgeous interior views, Penterrace homes also feature exterior city and mountain views, offering an unprecedented array of stunning vistas from all angles.
Beazer Homes plans to host the grand opening of Acacia Ranch, its newest community in the city of North Las Vegas this weekend. The event will be held Dec. 5, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Centrally located at the intersection of Ann Road and Commerce Street, this community will feature 48 single-family homes, and is located near a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options, as well as the Interstate 215 Beltway and U.S. 95 Highway.
Beyond building homes, Taylor Morrison is committed to cultivating communities. For the fourth consecutive holiday season, the nation’s fifth largest homebuilder and developer, asked team members for ideas on how to build joy in their local communities, and today, is spreading these efforts even further with the launch of its inaugural National Build Joy Day on Dec. 2.