Educating, Connecting Entrepreneurs; Median Home Price Hits $200,000; 5K to Raise Funds for Kids with Cancer

Las Vegas Will Launch 1 Million Cups to Educate, Connect Local Entrepreneurs 1 Million Cups, a program to engage, educate and connect entrepreneurs, launched in Las Vegas on Wednesday,  August 13. The weekly event will be located in the inNEVation Center, powered by Switch. 1 Million Cups is a weekly gathering that is building startup communities… [More...]

The Gramercy Brings Local Flavor to Western Las Vegas

The Gramercy brings an innovative and personalized retail, dining and residential scene to the southwest part of the valley.

LAS VEGAS - Las Vegas will soon have a new place to shop, eat, live and socialize. The Gramercy brings an innovative and personalized retail, dining and residential scene to the southwest part of the valley. Boasting prime Strip views with the serenity and authenticity of urban neighborhood appeal and convenience, the 500,000 square-foot lifestyle village will re-imagine… [More...]

Retail Real Estate Sector Begins Comeback in Second Quarterly Report From Colliers International – Las Vegas

Office sector enjoys resurgence in 2014, anticipates challenges in 2015 LAS VEGAS – Following two consecutive quarters of negative net absorption in the retail sector, the second quarterly market report of 2014 by Colliers International – Las Vegas highlighted more than 200,000 square feet of retail net absorption and more than 30,000 square feet of new… [More...]

Office Summary: First Quarter 2014

Southern Nevada Demand for Las Vegas office space stalled in the first quarter of 2014 as the market reported a vacancy rate of 25.8 percent. Despite the slight uptick in office vacancies during the first quarter, they have now reported year-over-year declines for two consecutive quarters. Office inventory increased to 52.8 million during the first… [More...]

An Industry Revived: Commercial Real Estate in Nevada

Nevada’s commercial real estate market has hit bottom and is recovering, albeit gradually and with some sectors stronger than others, experts said.

Nevada’s commercial real estate market has hit bottom and is recovering, albeit gradually and with some sectors stronger than others, experts said. Due to a confidence that the market is on the upswing, investors and tenants are willing to buy and lease. In fact, brokers completed some sizable deals in 2013, including the sale to… [More...]