Rhode Island-based Bally’s Corp. is one of the nation’s fastest growing casino companies and it’s making its mark with sports wagering and a television network.
Fueled by cheap money, housing markets across the country have accelerated with rapid sales and rising prices.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board will have a new self-exclusion list for players of interactive games soon, a new means to address problem gambling in the state.
Longtime developer Bob Schulman wants to build another upscale rental project, right near Southern Nevada’s newest high-profile residents: the Raiders.
The only international flights arriving at McCarran International Airport come from Mexico and not 10 other countries that were part of the pre-COVID-19 mix.
Real estate pros point out that there are key differences between today’s hot streak and the doomed housing market frenzy of a decade-and-a-half ago.
In meetings between Red Rock Resorts executives and two investment groups, new details on the company’s planned Durango property emerges and analysts like what they see.
Executives said on a conference call with analysts that Station plans to develop a casino on its 71-acre parcel near Ikea.
A new agreement between Caesars Entertainment and the Arizona Diamondbacks has spurred some conversations on whether sportsbooks belong in our stadiums and arenas.
Las Vegas developer Brett Torino is acquiring 2 acres in CityCenter after building Harmon Corner across the street.
The north Strip megaresort will feature 3,500 rooms, more than 40 food and beverage spots, 250,000 square feet of meeting space, and 117,000 square feet of casino space.
After the pandemic turned Las Vegas Boulevard into a ghost town for a while, the fallout from the outbreak has, for the most part, not been kind to the roadway’s real estate market.
The failure of Kentucky Derby track operator Churchill Downs to sign an agreement with a licensed disseminator could prevent race wagering in Nevada.