A state Senate bill seeks to raise the transfer tax to fund assistance for “very low income housing,” supportive housing and supportive services.
Eli Segall joined the Review-Journal in August 2016 after covering real estate and other business topics for four years at the Las Vegas Sun. He also worked for the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal, The Associated Press and other news groups. Segall has a bachelor’s in political science from the University of Michigan and a master’s in journalism from the University of Maryland. His awards include 2017 Story of the Year from the Nevada Press Association.
United Rentals laid off 119 people in Las Vegas, effective Jan. 6, according to the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.
The City Council gave the green light to sell almost 6 acres in Symphony Park to a developer who plans to build a mixed-use project with residential and commercial space.
Allegiant Air’s parent company squeaked out a profit last year following a big jump in fuel costs and other increased expenses.
Las Vegas homebuilders ended 2022 with sharp drops in sales and construction plans from year-earlier levels, capping a dramatic change for the once-heated market.
A top executive with Vici Properties this week reiterated its stance that the Strip is the world’s premiere cash machine.
Jennifer Harley’s two-story house in the suburbs boasts panoramic views, marble flooring and a sunken fire pit in the backyard.
InProduction, which provides temporary seating, staging and the like for events, leased a newly built project that spans more than 102,000 square feet.
Dermody Properties, which broke ground more than a year ago, has landed slot machine maker Aristocrat Gaming and footwear company OluKai as tenants.
The International Builders’ Show is projected to host more than 1,000 exhibitors and draw more than 57,000 attendees.
Southern Nevada’s housing market may have slowed last year, but its range of sales prices, from one extreme to the other, was plenty wide.
Las Vegas renters are paying much more for housing than they were a few years ago, and eviction filings have pushed higher.
As much as 10 million square feet of industrial space could be built in the Eldorado Valley.
Housing affordability and evictions comprise “the biggest issue facing our community,” the Southern Nevada nonprofit law firm said in a news release.
The locals-focused casino chain submitted site plans, renderings, water and traffic impact statements, parking analysis, and other details.