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Economic Development

The city of Las Vegas is offering federal funds to qualified applicants to create and operate four new programs.

The city of Las Vegas intends to apply to EPA for Brownfield Clean-up funds for portions of Symphony Park.

We offer a data portal for small businesses to utilize to optimize their efforts

In a city built on numbers, Las Vegas stacks up well; see why it’s a great place to do business

Get updates and information about economic development in Las Vegas.

We know that incentives can make all the difference in launching new businesses, kick-starting development and reimagining properties. That is why we offer a range of programs that encourage growth and help bring your vision to life.

Created to revitalize downtown Las Vegas and the surrounding commercial districts, the agency works with developers, property owners and the community to recruit businesses, create new jobs, eliminate blight and diversify our economy.

We encourage new development and redevelopment, working to create jobs and bring in new business. Among the projects we are focusing on are Cashman Center, Symphony Park and Las Vegas Medical District.

An ideal place to test and develop technologies around autonomous vehicles, Las Vegas is home to abundant start-ups crafting ideas for the next big thing with focus on transportation and the tech-based gaming industry.

The emerging Las Vegas Medical District, with a projected annual economic impact of $3 billion and 20,000 employees upon completion, creates significant development opportunities to accommodate a growing workforce and student population.

Las Vegas has long been regarded as pro-business thanks to a favorable tax climate, relatively affordable housing, economic vibrancy and a variety of incentives that encourage new business formation and development.

One of the country’s strongest housing markets, Las Vegas boasts homes in all styles, price points and lifestyles. From award-winning suburban master plans to vibrant high-rises and affordable urban neighborhoods, Las Vegas has it all.

With annual visitation to downtown Las Vegas in excess of 18 million, hospitality is the city’s major economic driver. The area is home to hotel/casinos, major attractions like Fremont Street Experience, world-class museums and more.

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