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City of Las Vegas debuts new wedding banners to attract more visitors to downtown Las Vegas.
In many regards, Southern Nevada has seen an impressive economic recovery since the 2020 height of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Serving up gourmet twice baked potatoes (including vegan), tacos, crispy rolls, sweet desserts and secret-family-recipe drinks.
Job growth brings employment ever closer to pre-pandemic levels.
Brings fine dining, roof-top bar/live entertainment, casual café/coffee shop under one roof.
The former Bank of America building has a new name, new owners, new tenants and a fresh new look.
National Venture Capital firm and accelerator, gener8tor, recently announced as new tenant.
Last December, Freed’s opened its sixth valley location packed full of pastries, cookies and other baked goods.
As the calendar flipped to 2022, the Southern Nevada economy continued to build on the ongoing recovery.
Braeswood Tex-Mex BBQ and Horse Trailer Hideout now call the Gateway and Arts District home as neighbors on Main Street.
It’s no surprise a few of the area’s restaurants recently were recognized by Desert Companion and Eater.
Michael Sherwood, chief innovation officer for the city of Las Vegas, shares insights from a recent panel discussion.
The two stores in Container Park offer a sweet and savory mix.
Free parking offered from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday in select downtown areas.
The upscale boutique hotel will feature The Pepper Club, a fusion of Japanese and Mediterranean food styles.
The free monthly events are held on the third Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Fine Wine, Celebrated Music and Great Vibe at “hidden-gem” on 70 W. Imperial Ave.
Al Solito Posto is a new eatery at Tivoli Village.
The city’s center of cultural and performing arts reopened on Sept. 14.
The easing of travel and business restrictions prompted a rise in visitation through the summer.
Big crowds are visiting The Garden in the 18B Las Vegas Arts District.
Las Vegas is a developing hub for remote workers from across the country.
Downtown remains a viable and exciting location for many businesses.
The city of Las Vegas continues to be an attractive location.
The Las Vegas Arts District welcomes new coffee shop.
New residential opportunities are available in the heart of the city at Symphony Park.
Check out the available incentives for craft breweries.
Applied Analysis provides key housing market data.
Banners and signage in downtown Las Vegas help encourage visitors to the area.
Founded by pharmacist Leslie Asanga, Pills2Me provides on-demand delivery of prescription medicines.
Savannah King’s and Allyson Yaecker’s Fatty’s embraces the deliciousness of fat, flour and sugar.
Teens and young adults in West Las Vegas now have the opportunity for hands-on learning.
A wide variety of housing products helps boost the market.
The regional economy has come a long way back.
The brewery had to pivot to meet growing distribution demand.
It was still a banner year!
Biotech Firm is the Newest Tenant at IIC@Vegas
If you can work anywhere, why not Las Vegas?
Former CEO of Zappos.com passed away unexpectedly on Nov. 27.

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