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Las Vegas Medical District is an emerging center for academic medicine, benefiting from private and public investment.
Approachable wine bar in the Arts District features wines found nowhere else in Las Vegas.
The craft beer gathering spot plans to open a tap room in the Arts District this fall.
The gains made last year and the trends early in 2023 have brought a full-scale recovery within sight.
A place for a meal or just cocktails before or after a show at The Smith Center, Vic’s is open for lunch and dinner.
We are now accepting applications for a new Business Security grant program to help qualifying business owners.
Melissa Robinson Opens Second Eatery in the Arts District, next door to her YU-OR-MI Sushi Bar on E. California Ave.
Despite persistent inflation and raising interest rates, the post-pandemic job market seemed as strong as ever as 2022 came to a close.
Specializes in 100% gluten- and sugar-free sweet, savory treats.
Campaign video features more than 40 downtown influencers, community and business leaders.
The Southern Nevada housing market experienced volatility throughout 2022.
Promotes inclusivity and equity by hiring individuals with disabilities to serve high-quality, locally roasted coffee.
The Summit sought to introduce CEOs and founders from the tech industries to business-friendly Las Vegas, while considering relocation.
The Kirk Kerkorian Medical Education Building at UNLV in the Medical District officially opened on Oct. 5, 2022.
Whatever type of pizza you crave – deep dish to veggie, downtown Las Vegas has a pizza for everyone.
After dipping in early 2020 and slumping into early 2021, taxable retail sales in Southern Nevada maintain a steady growth trajectory.
There is a more Zen option to get your ears pierced in the 18b Las Vegas Arts District.
New retail co-op offers space for small business owners to collaborate and sell their products.
Serving up gourmet twice baked potatoes (including vegan), tacos, crispy rolls, sweet desserts and secret-family-recipe drinks.
In many regards, Southern Nevada has seen an impressive economic recovery since the 2020 height of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
City of Las Vegas debuts new wedding banners to attract more visitors to downtown Las Vegas.
The former Bank of America building has a new name, new owners, new tenants and a fresh new look.
Brings fine dining, roof-top bar/live entertainment, casual café/coffee shop under one roof.
Job growth brings employment ever closer to pre-pandemic levels.