Las Vegas Business News

NoMad Las Vegas now taking room reservations for Oct. 12 soft opening

A guest room is shown at NoMad Las Vegas, which is set for a soft opening on Oct. 12. The property pledges to bring the grandeur of European casino resorts to the Strip.

Room reservations for NoMad Las Vegas are now available for booking. The luxury hotel, located on the top floors of the newly renamed and remodeled Park MGM, will host its soft opening Oct. 12. The 293-room hotel includes a high-limit casino, a Moroccan-style pool ...

Las Vegas medical group using robot technology in surgery

A new robotic assisted technology called Da Vinci Xi Surgical System, which gives surgeons more precision in smaller spaces, is demonstrated here at MiVIP Surgery Center, Wednesday, Sep. 20, 2018.

One Las Vegas surgical center is utilizing robotic technology to enhance the medical experience by making procedures less invasive ...

Celebrating the winners of the 2018 Contractor of the Year Awards

The Korte Company was recognized as the Nevada Contractors Association's Contractor of the Year for 2018.

Construction builds the infrastructure that shapes our daily lives, including homes, offices, schools and roads. It’s also responsible for thousands of great paying professional jobs. In short, construction helps make Southern Nevada a great place to live....

Construction company owner leads the way for women in a male-dominated industry

Stacey Lindburg is owner and CEO of C and S Company.

In 2003, the opportunity arose for Stacey Lindburg to acquire C and S Company. She was a seasoned food and beverage executive but didn't have much experience in the construction industry. Still, she took a chance on herself and trusted her capabilities.

People on the Move: Sept. 24, 2018

In the Notes: David Swenson, Jennifer Carleton, Gardner Company, Friedmutter Group, Penta Building Group, Vincent Tatum, Taylor Vasquez, Olympia Sports Park, Tristan Dressler, Michael Feder and more ...

The List: Commercial general contractors, Sept. 24, 2018

Find out about commercial general contractors. This week, we rank them by local billings between July 2017 and July 2018.

Do seniors want FaceTime or face-to-face time when it comes to health care?

Nearly 120 million Americans will be 65 or older by 2020. And according to the AARP, 90 percent want to spend their golden years in their own homes versus moving in with their children or transitioning to assisted living communities. This trend is known as “aging in place” and it’s becoming increasingly possible, in part, because of technology...

PT’s Entertainment buys 3 T-Bird lounges

The T-Bird Restaurant and Lounge at 9465 S. Eastern Ave is shown Oct. 17, 2012. PT's  is taking over the three T-Bird locations in Las Vegas.

Local pub giant PT’s Entertainment Group has purchased Las Vegas mainstay T-Bird Lounge & Restaurant’s three valley locations. The acquisition ...

Nevada Resort Association urges delay on marijuana lounges

Customers smoke marijuana in the smoking lounge at Barbary Coast Dispensary in San Francisco. Las Vegas is considering an ordinance to allow marijuana lounges.

Nevada’s leading gaming and resort advocacy group is urging Las Vegas officials to hold off on a proposed ordinance to allow marijuana consumption lounges. Nevada Resort Association President Virginia Valentine said the proposed hookah-style lounges ...

New distribution center north of Reno to bring 350 jobs

A sports apparel wholesaler has announced plans for a big distribution center north of Reno that will bring 350 jobs to the area. Reno Mayor Hillary Scheive announced Tuesday S&S Activewear plans to ...

Q+A: Related CEO bullish on Las Vegas economy, upscale rental projects

Steve Patterson, president and CEO of Related Development, looks on during an interview at the Bellagio hotel-casino in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018.

The Miami-based luxury home rental company plans to have as many as three projects costing an estimated $300 million in the valley by the end of 2019 ...

Fremont9 luxury apartments make a splash in downtown Las Vegas

A look at Fremont9, the newest downtown residential project on Fremont Street and 9th Street, Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018.

The Downtown Project’s quest to revitalize downtown Las Vegas has always been hampered by a lack of available housing. Fremont9, a five-story mid-rise, could help change that ...

Boyd Gaming takes title to Pennsylvania casino

Boyd Gaming Corp., owner of two dozen casinos nationwide, on Monday completed its $280.5 million acquisition of Valley Forge Casino Resort and said it plans to "move forward quickly" to add ...

Golden Knights become first NHL team to partner with a sportsbook

The Vegas Golden Knights celebrate their win over the San Jose Sharks in Game 5 of their NHL hockey second-round playoff game Friday, May 4, 2018, at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The Golden Knights won 5-3 to take a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series.

The Vegas Golden Knights have entered a multiyear partnership with William Hill US, becoming the first-ever NHL team to partner with a sportsbook. The partnership will feature a TV visible dasher board, in-arena signage, updated ...

Soaring North Las Vegas housing prices box out first-time homeowners

The Las Vegas skyline and homes are shown from over the ridge of a construction site for a new residential community by Pardee Homes at the edge of North Las Vegas, Aug. 11, 2018. North Las Vegas was an icon of the housing crisis, with nearly a third of homes going into foreclosure — now increases in housing prices and rent are making the area unaffordable.

A quiet working-class town, beyond the sparkle of the Las Vegas Strip, helped spark the global financial crisis 10 years ago. The fallout was inescapable: Nearly 1 in 3 homes went into foreclosure. Today, North Las Vegas, encompassing the 89031 ZIP code, is the model of the recovery that has ...