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Allegiant’s fares stay low while its stock price soars
Friday, Feb. 27, 2015
If a family of four in Missoula, Mont., flies to Las Vegas for vacation this May, they’d pay at least $560 for tickets on budget carrier Allegiant Air. Not a bad deal — or they could scrap the getaway and buy a mere three shares of Allegiant’s ever soaring stock, which closed Thursday at ...
Report: House flipping in Las Vegas has scaled back but remains lucrative
Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015
House flippers are slowing down in Las Vegas and making less money than investors nationally, but they’re still doing plenty of deals here and ...
A tale of two ‘bargains’: One Las Vegas home sold for $8M, the other for $10K
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015
At the base of Las Vegas’ western mountain range, a mansion in the Ridges, one of the wealthiest and most exclusive areas of town, has a movie theater with a 15-foot screen, a fitness room, a 4,600-square-foot guest house and a sleek pool area fit for a boutique hotel.
Six former Food 4 Less stores reopening as Smith’s
Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015
A $25 million makeover turning six Food 4 Less discount grocers in the Las Vegas Valley into Smith’s Food & Drug stores is nearing completion. Management will reopen the stores as ...
Analyst: Home sales picking up, but market still fragile
Friday, Feb. 20, 2015
Las Vegas homebuilders started 2015 on a positive note, even though plenty of weak spots remain, an analyst said. Southern Nevada builders sold 355 new homes in January, down 12 percent from ...
Analysis: Is construction-defect law stunting Nevada’s housing market?
Friday, Feb. 20, 2015
Las Vegas’ once-battered housing market has improved the past few years but remains riddled with problems such as foreclosures, underwater borrowers, flat wages and ...
Businesses opening in downtown Las Vegas high-rise
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015
The Juhl, a downtown Las Vegas high-rise, is getting some long-awaited retail. Management announced today that it has signed leases with six businesses to ...
Gravel auction another sign construction industry bouncing back
Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015
Federal lands officials are selling raw construction materials to the highest bidders in Southern Nevada again, another sign the building industry is back from the dead. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management next month plans to ...
Las Vegas toasts goodbye to the Gramercy
Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015
It was almost 7:30 in the morning, on a Sunday no less, but in Las Vegas, when a building is about to be imploded, it’s never too early for a bloody mary or a mimosa. Under tents, drinks were flowing today as a crowd watched the Gramercy’s residential tower, for years a visible scar of Las Vegas’ building bust, imploded with copper-clad plastic explosives and dynamite ...
Demolition expert prepares for second Las Vegas implosion in a week
Friday, Feb. 13, 2015
Less than a week after imploding the off-Strip Clarion hotel, Ken Mercurio, owner of Reno-based Diversified Demolition Co., was preparing another multistory tower for ...