Clark County

  • Company Expansions to Bring 450 New Jobs Clark, Butler Counties

    Southwest Ohio is about to get over 450 new jobs. Two companies have recently announced their plans to expand in the area.

    Cincinnati 01 August 2014 20:51
  • IKEA Eyes Spring Valley for First Las Vegas-Area Store

    IKEA has announced that it is developing a brand new Las Vegas-area store, part of its current initiative to significantly expand its operations in the western United States. The Swedish retailer has reportedly filed paperwork with Clark County, Nevada for the construction of a new facility that would be completed by 2016, just 13 miles away from downtown Las Vegas.

    Las Vegas 17 July 2014 14:20
  • Las Vegas Wins $28M in Affordable Housing Incentives; Relaxed Laws for Medical Marijuana Could Spur Space Demand

    By Alex Girda, Associate Editor About $28 million in federal financing for affordable housing is headed to Las Vegas.  Under the New Markets Tax Credits program, investors will get incentives to invest in development targeting residents at the lower end of the income scale. According to The Las Vegas Review-Journal, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid [...]

    Las Vegas 18 June 2014 14:40
  • G5 Honored as One of Oregon’s Fastest Growing Private Companies for Fourth Year

    G5, a provider of Digital Experience Management® (DXM®) for the property management sector, today announced its fourth year of ranking among the fastest-growing private companies in Oregon and southwestern Washington.

    Midwest 18 June 2014 14:36
  • Downtown Summerlin Nears Completion and First Test

    There is always a large amount of chatter regarding big developments, new master-planned communities and ambitious redevelopment projects. But it’s the downtown component that is always polarizing. With Summerlin’s downtown area edging closer to reality, specifically the project formerly known as Summerlin Centre, Howard Hughes Corp’s concept for a new style of large scale development in the area is set to get its trial by combat as homebuyers and businesses will mark the latest phase in the master plan as either a success, or another Vegas bust.

    Las Vegas 05 June 2014 01:24

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