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Linq Unveils LED Frontage as High-Rolling Project Nears Home Stretch

Linq Unveils LED Frontage as High-Rolling Project Nears Home Stretch

The Linq development is slated to become one of the big crowd attractions on a constantly reinventing Strip. The $550 million development will have created around 3,000 construction jobs for the area, while the developer estimated that around 1,500 full-time positions would be created once the entertainment district begins to…

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Downtown Project Buys Gold Spike; Redevelopment Plans Coming Up

Downtown Project Buys Gold Spike; Redevelopment Plans Coming Up

The Gold Spike has been a staple of the downtown area since its opening in 1976. The boutique hotel originally opened as the Rendezvous, offering guests 112 rooms over seven floors, as well as a total gaming space of around 5,800 square feet. The property first traded hands in 1983…

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Forest City Launches $7M Makeover of Galleria at Sunset

Forest City Launches $7M Makeover of Galleria at Sunset

One of the area’s largest retail properties is set for a makeover as the Galleria at Sunset in Henderson looks to start its first renovation process. Operations at the property are set to commence this month and last until later this year, with an estimated budget of approximately $7 million…

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Hsieh’s Downtown Project Adds Vintage Western Hotel to Portfolio for $14M

Hsieh’s Downtown Project Adds Vintage Western Hotel to Portfolio for $14M

Spearheaded by Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, Las Vegas’ Downtown Project organization has taken an important step forward in its ongoing initiative to reclaim some of the appeal of the city’s central area. The online retailing mogul has voiced his love for Sin City’s downtown area on more than one occasion,…

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Caesars Unveils $185M Makeover for Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall

Caesars Unveils $185M Makeover for Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall

The city of Las Vegas might look back one day and realize that this post-recession timeframe could represent a defining moment in its history. Reinvention, a new focus on business, art and sport and a new take on the megaresorts of the Strip, as they are now, will determine the…

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Genting Group Eyes $2B Resort on Former Stardust Site

Genting Group Eyes $2B Resort on Former Stardust Site

Projects for mega-resorts or ambitious mixed-use developments were stalled up and down the Strip after the market downturn a few years ago. Since, some residential developments have found new life, with a string of recent acquisitions that have turned things around for some of these projects. MGM is still stuck…

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Convention Center Officials Unveil $2.5B Makeover Plan

Convention Center Officials Unveil $2.5B Makeover Plan

The $2.5 billion development project that is set to be known as the Las Vegas Global Business District, includes a number of completely new structures, such as a new World Trade Center building and a multimodal transportation hub. The first phase of the decade-long project the Las Vegas Convention and…

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Landwell, D.R. Horton Launch Residential Projects

Landwell, D.R. Horton Launch Residential Projects

The company would build around 1,400 residential units, part of the initial phase of the project, occupying 320 acres of land in the vicinity of the ambitious Union Village health care-focused project. Entering development under the name of Cadence, the community will feature a neighborhood park, a retail complex as…

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TM Equities Picks Up Henderson M-F Complex for $30M

TM Equities Picks Up Henderson M-F Complex for $30M

A Henderson apartment complex recently traded hands in what is touted as the largest deal of its kind perfected in the Las Vegas Valley in 2013. TM Equities, a real estate investment company based in Salt Lake City that focuses its investments on residential properties with over 100 units, acquired…

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Doing Family Markets 42 Acres of Searchlight, a Small Mining Town With a Colorful Past

Doing Family Markets 42 Acres of Searchlight, a Small Mining Town With a Colorful Past

The number of available lots in the offering sits in the high 20s, with a series of intriguing properties set to catch the attention of both those interested and trivia enthusiasts. The town of Searchlight, home of former Senate Majority Leader and current senior Senator of Nevada Harry Reid, has…

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Veer Towers Units Hit Market, Beef Up City’s High-Rise Condo Inventory

Veer Towers Units Hit Market, Beef Up City’s High-Rise Condo Inventory

Veer Towers is a LEED Gold certified, twin-tower, 37-story development planned to be the centerpiece of MGM International’s gargantuan CityCenter development on the Las Vegas Strip. The 480-foot towers were built leaning against each other at a five degree angle, following a design by renowned architect Helmut Jahn. Each tower…

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AVS Housing Group Takes Charge of UNLV’s On-Campus Student Housing

AVS Housing Group Takes Charge of UNLV’s On-Campus Student Housing

It was recently announced that a joint venture has assumed the property management of the entire on-housing campus system of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The joint venture is the result of the affiliation of The Scion Group, and entities linked to real estate companies American Nevada Company and…

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