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Las Vegas Strip Property Expected to Fetch Upwards of $50 Million an Acre by 2020, Says Head of Global Gaming Group

Las Vegas Strip Property Expected to Fetch Upwards of $50 Million an Acre by 2020, Says Head of Global Gaming Group

LAS VEGAS – At a recent meeting of the Economic Club of Las Vegas, economic experts predicted that the already rapidly rising property prices on the famed Las Vegas Strip could continue their upward trend well into the next decade.

John Knott, head of the CBRE Global Gaming Group, noted that heavy demand for the limited parcels of land on the Strip could translate to a mammoth value of $50 million an acre once a mass series of construction and development projects slated to begin in 2020-21 begin. This is in heavy contrast to current values which are still far below the $30 million an acre level.

Land sales have recently begun to take off on the Las Vegas Strip; before, while much of the city was held in the grip of the housing crisis, plots of land often laid unused for years at a time. But with the recovery of the real estate market and subsequent housing boom taking Vegas by storm, prices have been on the rise at levels not seen in ages. As a result, Knott’s hefty prediction which are to come near the turn of the decade are not appearing to be too far-fetched, given current conditions.

Part of Knott logic, according to reports, is dependent upon the estimated 2020-21 completion of several high-profile construction projects, such as the expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center, as well as the opening of Resorts World Las Vegas, the Las Vegas stadium, as well as other developments that will only serve to drive up the value of any surrounding undeveloped land. Anticipation of new transportation infrastructure in order to serve these new venues on the Las Vegas Strip will also add to the asking price of any remaining property, and as plots of land are snapped up, the value of any remaining plots will continue to escalate.

In addition, as the population of Vegas continues to increase as more out-of-state residents transplant themselves here to take advantage of the very healthy job market, reports indicate there exists a possibility that the Strip may be increased in length in order to accommodate growth which could also bring additional development to areas adjacent to the Strip as well.

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About the Author

Christopher Boyle is an investigative journalist for SEARCHEN NETWORKS® and reports for independent news and media organizations in the United States. Christopher helps keep a keen-eye on what's happening in the Las Vegas Nevada community on behalf of Shelter Realty Inc.