Living in Las Vegas
Living in Las Vegas
With our major international airport, tourists and locals alike can travel to any part of the world with relative ease. As a major world tourist hub our economy remains steady through the seasons. People come to Las Vegas from all parts of the world for vacations, as well as conferences, which is why it is always an easy destination to reach. Las Vegas makes an excellent base if you travel a lot for work. There is always something new being developed. We have the new stadium for the Las Vegas Raiders, as well as a major practice center for them. We are mad for hockey with the Golden Knights and a new hockey farm team in Henderson. Other major new projects include AREA 15 - A radically re-imagined retail, art and entertainment complex which opened in late 2019, MSG Sphere - the world's most audaciously advanced concert venue set to open by the end of 2020, expansion of Las Vegas Convention Center -the $935 million expansion will add 1.4 million square feet to the existing convention center and will be ready in 2021, Resort World Casino - which will consist of more than 3,400 rooms spread out over three towers on the north end of the Strip. The resort is being designed with a Chinese theme and will feature restaurants serving authentic regional dishes. It is set to open in 2021, Circa Resort & Casino - the first new resort in downtown Las Vegas will have 777 rooms in a 469 foot high tower with about 44 floors on Fremont St. with opening scheduled for 2020.
Las Vegas has an enormous variety of communities to choose from for all ranges of buyers. From classic Las Vegas historic neighborhoods to the latest in urban villages, there is something for everyone. Within and beyond the residential communities, any kind of physical or intellectual activity is available. Golf, of course, but also, tennis, bocce, hiking, rock climbing, skiiing, mountain biking, and water sports are all available within an hour of anywhere in the Las Vegas Valley. Is it any wonder National Geograpic Traveler has named Las Vegas the best place to live and play? For those with intellectual and cultural interests, there are independent bookstores, bookclubs, a vibrant arts scene punctuated by First Friday Gallery Tours and a performing arts center and a burgeoning university presence. All this combined with the ease of coming and going offered by a major tourist destination. Need more information about the Las Vegas area? Sign up for our Relocation Package today!