Leasing or purchasing commercial space in Cadence, the master-planned community in Henderson, might not be for every business.
Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao aren’t the only ones gearing up for the May 2 fight at the MGM Grand Garden arena.
Two years ago, Steve and Debbie Luce decided that they had to do something about their increasing energy bill.
Sahara Pavilion North, a once thriving retail mall at the northeast corner of Sahara Avenue and Decatur Boulevard, fell on hard times when the region’s real estate bubble burst in 2008. The 29-acre, 333,000-square-foot commercial center, once home to a Vons supermarket, Borders bookstore and other retailers, fell into foreclosure in 2011.
Live entertainment is to Las Vegas what technology is to the Silicon Valley or what the automotive industry is to Detroit. Because of that importance, current proposed legislation modifying the live entertainment tax via Assembly Bills 392 and 393 and Senate Bill 266 are among the most highly anticipated pieces of legislation in the 2015 Nevada state legislature session.