Human Trafficking Awareness Rally by Break These Chains-Live Free

Las Vegas, Nevada: Please join Break These Chains-Live Free, a Nevada non-profit organization, for a Rally to raise awareness about the plague that is human trafficking. Join us on Saturday, January 11, 2014, 2PM until 3PM, First Street Stage, Fremont Street Experience, Downtown, Las Vegas. The Rally, sponsored by Break These Chains and Southern Nevada members of Soroptimist International, will… [More...]

Heart of Our Cities: A Look at Nevada Downtowns

A healthy center reflects a healthy community. For a city to thrive and prosper, downtown needs to be a draw for visitors and residents alike.

Downtown is the heart of a city. Traditional wisdom states that a healthy center reflects a healthy community. For a city to thrive and prosper, downtown needs to be a draw for visitors and residents alike. Economically, a robust, vital midtown attracts businesses, which in turn employ residents and pumps money into the economy. A… [More...]

Diversify Nevada and Seedstock Confront Challenges in Local Food Production

Nevada Business Press Releases for March 1st

Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development and Seedstock Bring Together Innovative Indoor Agriculture Leaders to Confront Challenges in Local Food Production (Las Vegas) – Entrepreneurs, agriculture industry leaders and Nevada state officials plan to come together to propel forward the development of creative and sustainable indoor growing solutions. The Nevada Indoor Agriculture Conference will aim… [More...]

Downtown Las Vegas Shows 2012 Growth

For downtown Las Vegas, 2012 came to be known as the “Year of Downtown” for good reason: at least $754 million in public and private projects came to fruition and an additional $355 million in developments are under construction with most of these scheduled to be completed in 2013*. In 2012, downtown Las Vegas –… [More...]

Delayed Debt Restructuring Exerts Downward Pressure on Nevada Commercial Real Estate: Tenant-in-Common Properties Generate Drag

Despite slightly improving economic conditions, Nevada’s commercial real estate market continues to face downward pressure as a result of poorly underwritten and grossly overleveraged legacy deals from 2005 to 2007, which are now coming to maturity. This same scenario is playing out in virtually every region across the country. According to data service provider Trepp… [More...]