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Boxing Legend Oscar De La Hoya Relocates from LA to Lavish $15 Million Vegas Mansion

LAS VEGAS, NV – Boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya recently picked up his roots and moved from his longtime home of Los Angeles, California, to Las Vegas, and recently held a media event where he publicly unveiled the new residence he and his wife will be inhabiting- a lavish mansion valued at nearly $15 million that is located in Henderson’s affluent MacDonald Highlands community.

Nicknamed “The Golden Boy of boxing,” De La Hoya, 51, competed in the squared circle from 1992 to 2008, winning 11 world titles in six weight classes and is one of the most popular boxers ever, generating approximately $700 million in pay-per-view income during his career, a record at that time.

De La Hoya originally purchased the MacDonald Highlands mansion in May 2022 in an all-cash transaction for $14.6 million, coming in as the priciest Las Vegas transaction that month. The residence, which is still undergoing construction and updating, is located on a 1-acre plot of land and features 10,460 square-feet of living space, with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and an eight-car garage.

De La Hoya is reportedly sparing no expense when it comes to decorating his new abode, building a trophy room that serves as a celebration of his boxing career – including displays featuring his championship belts and robes, a miniature boxing ring, and a huge wall-mounted television for watching boxing matches – in addition to a $500,000 man cave.

Not only is De La Hoya moving his family to Las Vegas from LA, but he’s also moving his business there as well; Golden Boy Promotions, his boxing promotions firm, will be taking up residence in new offices located in Henderson, near the Las Vegas Raiders’ training complex. This move continues the trend of numerous fight entities recently setting up their headquarters in Vegas, including Top Rank, PBC, and the UFC.

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Boring Company Facing Fines by Nevada OSHA

Boring Company Facing Fines by Nevada OSHA for Multiple Safety Issues in Vegas Loop Tunnel

LAS VEGAS, NV – Elon Musk’s The Boring Company Is looking at serious fines imposed by the Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) relating to what the organization is calling serious safety issues in its Las Vegas Loop tunnel system, citing multiple injuries suffered by workers for Musk’s company while constructing the underground people mover.

The Las Vegas Loop is a transport system constructed underneath the city, comprised of a series of underground tunnels dug by The Boring Company that currently ferries people back and forth to the Las Vegas Convention Center in a series of Tesla automated electric cars. The Boring Company had previously stated they plan on expanding the tunnel system, with plans for new people mover routes to various area resorts, sporting venues, and the airport.

However, following a complaint to OSHA and a subsequent inspection, The Boring Company was hit with eight citations and is now facing over $100,000 in fines due to purported burns suffered by workers by accelerants used in the concrete mix utilized in the Loop tunnel construction.

Dale Kuykendall, a spokesperson for the JacksonLewis firm – the legal team representing The Boring Company – maintains that OSHA had failed to show that any of the allegations against Musk’s company had any validity or merit.

In addition to [The Boring Company’s] belief that Nevada OSHA has failed to establish that the alleged violations occurred, TBC contests all of the citations’ classifications, required abatement, abatement deadlines, proposed penalties, and every other matter subject to contest,” Kuykendall said in a letter to OSHA.

According to OSHA, approximately 20 workers on the Las Vegas Loop – who were not provided with adequate protective gear – had suffered injuries while constructing the project’s Encore tunnel site after being exposed to hazardous chemicals such as bentonite, fly ash, R 100 and Portland Cement.

The chemical mixture was inadvertently sprayed onto approximately 10-15 employees soaking through their work clothing, absorbing into the skin resulting in skin irritation, skin rashes, and skin chemical burns,” the report said. “The employer did not provide instruction on personal protective equipment requirements to employees, and employees were not instructed in the recognition and avoidance of hazards associated with the underground construction.”

Other issues cited by OSHA included waste transport conveyor belts that lacked safeguards to prevent hazardous materials from falling on employees, and overloaded and collapsing onsite waste bins.

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Luxury Residential Development

January 2024 Sees Second-Highest Number of Luxury Home Sales in Las Vegas History

LAS VEGAS, NV – January 2024 saw the second-highest number of luxury home sales in Las Vegas ever, proving that high-end residence sales in Southern Nevada are still going strong – and picking up steam – despite whatever challenges are encountered by the national real estate market overall in light of high inflation and mortgage rates.

In all, 102 homes and condominiums priced at $1 million and higher exchange hands last month, an amount eclipsed only by the current record-holding year of January 2022, during which 122 abodes in that price range were sold. The next two highest months in Las Vegas history were January 2021, when 86 luxury sales took place, and January 2023, when 76 were sold.

January’s luxury home sales in Vegas were bolstered by a number of expensive purchases, topped by the sale of an estate in Summerlin’s affluent The Summit Club community for a whopping $19 million. This home, acquired by Insight Tech Holdings NV LLC – a buyer from Asia – from Chambord Revocable Trust with Michael L. and M’Lissa M. Gravelle listed as trustees, was an all-cash deal.

The home, located on Stardust Drive, was originally built in 2020 and subsequently renovated in 2021; it features four bedrooms and 4.5 baths in a residence with an “ultra-modern design” that offers 7,908 square-feet of living space. Situated on a 1.37-acre plot of land, the property also boasts a pool and unobstructed views of the famed Las Vegas Strip.

The second highest-priced home that was sold in Vegas in January was a two-story residence in McDonald Highlands in Henderson for $8.45 million. Built in 2022, renovated in 2023, and located on a 0.3-acre plot of land on Tranquil Rim Court, the 7,373 square-foot home has five bedrooms, five full baths, two partial baths, and a six-car garage. Amenities include a movie theater, bar, game room, wine cellar, and elevator.

The third-highest luxury sale in Las Vegas in January was $7.3 million for a Southern Highlands home, followed by a home in The Ridges in Summerlin for $5.76 million.

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Report Indicates that Moving to Las Vegas En Masse

Report: California Residents Relocating to Nevada Partly Responsible for Las Vegas Affordable Housing Shortage

LAS VEGAS, NV – The recent drought of affordable housing options in Las Vegas can be contributed to a number of different reasons, but a new report indicates one of the factors affecting the situation is the large number of California residents relocating to Nevada that have been outcompeting state residents for housing for some time now.

Bob Cleveland, President and Chief Executive Officer for the nonprofit Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada, noted that Californians have been outbidding Nevadans for homes in the Las Vegas Valley for several decades now. The situation was exasperated even further starting in 2022 when the Federal Reserve began increasing interest rates in order to curb record-high national inflation.

I hate to say it but it’s California, and that’s me growing up in the construction industry and I used to work for a builder,” he said. “During the first boom that we had, I was the area manager for the Northwest and we would release a section of homes at 3 o’clock in the morning and there would be a line of people and almost all of them would be from California. And you had to put down $20,000 cash deposit just to get on the list to buy these houses.”

Over the course of the last several decades, Californians have comprised approximately one-third of all new residents moving to Nevada, with the vast majority of those transplants coming from Los Angeles.

When it comes to Californians edging out Nevadans on the housing market, the edge that the former holds is clear; according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median household income in Los Angeles is $83,000, in contrast to just $66,000 in the Las Vegas Valley. In addition, the average price of a home in Los Angeles is approximately $900,000, as opposed to just $400,000 in Southern Nevada.

It’s these circumstances that Cleveland says creates an enormously unfair advantage for California residents when it comes to competing for affordable housing in the Las Vegas Valley.

Our income is just not on par with California’s income,” he said. “So our housing prices have gone up because of the influx of California money, and our income hasn’t been going up so it makes it hard for the average Joe to keep up.”

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The Canyon at Ascaya

New Las Vegas Luxury Residential Development, The Canyon at Ascaya, Slated for 2025 Completion

LAS VEGAS, NV – The Canyon at Ascaya is an upcoming exclusive residential development in Las Vegas that is currently under construction in Henderson’s affluent and guard-gated Ascaya community, slated for completion in early 2025.

Located amid the McCullough Mountains, The Canyon at Ascaya will offer 51 residences that have been designed and built by Las Vegas luxury developer Blue Heron, and will feature impressive views of the Las Vegas Valley – including the famed Las Vegas Strip – and a host of high-end amenities that place an emphasis on wellness.

The homes in The Canyon at Ascaya will be comprised of single-floor, three-to-four-bedroom residences ranging in size from 3,391 square-feet to 4,407 square-feet. The interiors will reflect a contemporary design aesthetic, with vaulted 12-foot ceilings, motorized glass pocket doors, linear gas fireplaces, and fixtures by a number of designer manufacturers including Brizo, Kohler, and MTI.

Other opulent aspects of The Canyon’s abodes will include chef’s kitchens featuring appliances from Sub-Zero and Wolf; dual primary suites with oversized closets and outdoor showers; backyards with outdoor kitchens and Linx grills; large covered terraces; and garages ranging from two to two-and-a-half cars in size.

There will be a host of communal amenities as well, including five public swimming pools; private wellness parks complete with yoga decks, meditation spaces, and cold plunges; a 23,000 square-foot clubhouse with a cutting-edge fitness center; and a sports pavilion offering tennis and pickle ball courts.

Chris Beucler, president of Blue Heron, noted that The Canyon at Ascaya community will reflect a “modern desert living” look and feel.

Our architectural philosophy is rooted in the belief that a home should be a sanctuary, and at The Canyon, we’ve created sanctuaries that celebrate the distinct canvas of the desert landscape,” he said. “In every detail of The Canyon homes, you’ll find a commitment to excellence, sustainability, and design that enhances the human experience. This is modern desert living reimagined.” 

Residences at The Canyon at Ascaya will go on sale in spring 2024, with a starting price of $2.9 million.

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Eviction Moratorium Extension

Report Shows Las Vegas Residents Need to Make $70K to Afford Rent in the Valley

LAS VEGAS, NV – According to a new report by Zillow, Las Vegas residents need to be earning nearly $70,000 a year to be able to afford rent in the valley, an amount that is currently higher than the median household income. The current rental asking price comes in at $1,745, a 1.9 percent year-over-year increase and a whopping 34 percent jump since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As of 2022, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that the median annual income for a household in the Las Vegas Valley was $66,356; experts note that dollar amount has not risen by any significant degree in subsequent years due to decreased national wage growth.

In early 2021, the average household needed to be bringing in $52,000 a year to afford rent, meaning that the Las Vegas Valley has experienced the 15th largest increase of all major metro areas in the country.

Rent is typically considered “affordable” if it is takes up less than 30 percent of your monthly income. Rental rates in the Las Vegas Valley actually dropped slightly at the beginning of 2024.

Senior public relations specialist with Zillow, Mark Stayton, notes that the Las Vegas Valley is currently in an unusual situation where the number of units to rent and rental rates are both increasing.

The vacancy rate, which is seasonally adjusted, in Vegas is 9 percent, and has risen by 2.5 percentage points over the course of the pandemic,” he said. “that’s the 12th largest hike among the 50 largest U.S. metros by population.”

However, Skylar Oslen, the chief economist at Zillow and author of the company’s January rental report, predicts that rental rates should start going down across the country in 2024 due to the record levels of apartment construction that is currently underway.

Softer rent growth is ultimately good news for today’s renters who have faced significant financial strain from both general and rent inflation throughout the pandemic,” she said. “With wage growth now slower, but still persistent, rent affordability, the share of a typical household’s income that would go to market rate asking rent, stabilized over the past year at 29 percent. That’s down a percentage point from the record high set in June 2022.”

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Las Vegas Turning into a Renter

Rents in Las Vegas Dropping to Start 2024, According to New Report

LAS VEGAS, NV – As per a new report released by Zillow, in the Las Vegas Valley rents showed a distinct decline to kick off 2024, with experts saying now is a good time to be looking for an affordable new apartment in the city.

As per Zillow’s January rental market report, 16 major metropolitan areas in the United States saw a decrease in the average rental asking price at the beginning of the year; among those 16 was Las Vegas, where the average January rent was $1,745, which represents a 0.3 percent decrease from December 2023.

Senior Zillow economist Orphe Divounguy noted that there are several factors in Las Vegas that are contributing to lower rents – such as a cooling job market – resulting in landlords lowering their rates and offering additional perks in order to entice new tenants to sign on the dotted line.

It’s not a bad time to find a new apartment in Las Vegas. Rents are relatively soft right now, annual growth is just $33, and a slight monthly decline is the sixth largest among major metros,” he said. “Concessions offered by landlords, such as free rent or parking, are on the upswing too, and are now offered for nearly 40 percent of Zillow’s local rental listings. But the surge in rents in 2021 and 2022 means they’re now $400 more expensive than before the pandemic.”

Despite Zillow’s report noting the rental decrease in the aforementioned 16 major metropolitan areas in the country, the overall average rent in the United States is nonetheless 29 percent higher than it was prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, with average increases over the last four years of 7 percent annually. In contrast, prior before the pandemic took hold of the nation, the average yearly rental increase rate was 5.5 percent.

Aside from Las Vegas’ 0.3 percent decrease from December, the highest drops in rent in the country were in Austin, Texas (0.5 percent), San Diego (0.4 percent), Buffalo, New York, (0.4 percent) and Riverside, California (0.3 percent).

In addition, experts note that there is less of an incentive for renters to buy homes these days, due to the fact that house prices are increasing at a much faster rate than rent; given the current stability in the rental market, many are saying that is much more feasible to remain a tenant for the time being as opposed to a homeowner.

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Arts District, Las Vegas

2.3-Acre Vacant Lot in Arts District Slated for New $180 Million Apartment, Retail Complex

LAS VEGAS, NV – A 2.3-acre vacant plot located in Las Vegas’s Arts District was purchased in January by Chicago-based developer CEDARst Companies and Utah-based Bridge Investment Group for $6 million, with the two groups now planning on using the property to build a $180 million apartment and retail complex.

The newly-announced project, which is officially called Flats Arts District, will be constructed at 123 West Imperial Avenue – located one block away from Main Street – and will be comprised of 311 apartment units and 5,100 square feet of retail space on the ground floor.

As an example of how property values have appreciated in Las Vegas over the years – particularly in the city’s downtown Arts District, which has become increasingly popular with developers – the last time this plot of land exchanged hands back in 2011, it was purchased at the time for the much more meager amount of $322,000, as per Clark County property records.

In a statement, CEDARst Chief Development Officer Mark Heffron noted that the company had been wanting to get in on the Las Vegas real estate scene for some time, with the Arts District property representing the perfect opportunity to finally do so given the area’s growing economy, highly diverse businesses, and close-knit residents.

There is a far greater sense of community in Las Vegas as well,” Heffron said. “This is obvious when spending time in a vibrant and walkable neighborhood like the Arts District. The addition of professional hockey, football and baseball teams are also furthering this sense of community.”

The Flats Arts District project Is slated to include 86 studio units, 185 one-bedroom units, 38 two-bedroom units, and two three-bedroom units.

The official ground-breaking ceremony is anticipated to take place in February; the first tenants are expected to be able to move into their units by the end of 2025, and the project is scheduled to be fully completed by late March 2026.

The Flats Arts District apartment complex will have numerous amenities for its tenants, including a fitness center, resort-style spa facilities with saunas, workspaces, and a sunset deck and lounge.

For more information on the Flats Arts District apartment complex call 855-443-5287 or visit: https://www.cedarst.com/portfolio/las-vegas-arts-district/

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Clark County

Clark County Commissioner Asks for Review, Caps on Short-Term Rental Fines After One Renter Receives $240,500 Fine

LAS VEGAS, NV – With fines being levied against illegal short-term rental units in Las Vegas’ Clark County reaching astronomical sums – with one recent violator reportedly being hit with a whopping $240,500 penalty – a County Commissioner is calling for a review of the process behind issuing fines, and has proposed establishing a cap on them in the interest of fairness amid criticism of the county’s slow process of approving rental applications.

Clark County had passed an ordinance in June 2022 to begin the process of legalizing short-term rentals following the passage of an assembly bill that required the county to create guidelines to regulate the industry. However, as of February 2024, it remains illegal in Clark County to rent homes for a period of time less than 31 days.

In the meantime, the county continues to review the over 800 applications they have received, a process that the founder of the Greater Las Vegas Short-Term Rental Association, Jaqueline Flores, says is taking far too long and costing homeowners far too much.

So, it’s absolutely ridiculous that it’s taking this long. Property owners have been left out, you know, there’s enough money here to be made for everyone, not just the resort, hotel industry,” she said. “Some homeowners are still trying to comply with the law and not rent their houses but some other ones have bills to pay, and they have no other choice, but to try to continue renting their houses.”

New reports indicate that in the first week of February alone, Clark County issued 13 citations to owners of rental properties who were illegally operating them ahead of Super Bowl LVIII this past weekend. With demand for rental properties at a high point prior to the big game, the owners of some rental units – aggravated with the delay in the issuing of licenses – decided to roll the dice and put their properties on the market via services such as Airbnb and Vrbo.

In response to news that one homeowner in particular had been slapped with a $240,500 fine, County Commissioner Ross Miller noted during a Board of Commissioners meeting that it may be time to give renters a break until the county gets its act together.

Some of those fines are massive. We’ve seen six figure fines,” he said. “Maybe there is some cap to a fine… maybe there is some period of amnesty. I’ve certainly got a number of calls about extensive fines that are being attempted to impose…they may be eligible for a license.”

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Many of these people have already been negatively impacted by illegal short-term rentals in their communities, many of which are leased to groups who hold loud, disruptive parties; as a result, many who have given their opinions on possible regulations are split regarding their desire to even have rentals in their neighborhoods.

Police to Crack Down on Super Bowl Parties at Short-Term Rentals, Asks Public to Report Disturbances

LAS VEGAS, NV – With Super Bowl LVIII attracting thousands upon thousands of sports fans to Las Vegas – where the big game is being hosted on February 11 at Allegiant Stadium – police have announced that they will be cracking down on loud and rowdy parties at short-terms rentals this weekend, and are asking the public to contact them to report any disturbances in their neighborhoods.

Super Bowl LVIII will determine the champion of the National Football League (NFL) for the 2023 season. A rematch of Super Bowl LIV, it will be played between the National Football Conference (NFC) champion San Francisco 49ers and the American Football Conference (AFC) champion and defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs.

In response to community concerns about disruptive parties at short term-rentals during the Super Bowl, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has been passing out flyers urging the public to contact them if they are experiencing any issues this weekend.

It’s almost Super Bowl weekend and we need your help,” the flyer reads, a copy of which was shared by authorities on X (formerly Twitter). “Please report large parties at short term rentals in your neighborhood. See flyer on how to report them. Thank you!”

The flyer states that the “LVMPD needs your help to report chronic nuisance or party homes in your neighborhood.” Residents are asked to call 911 to report “active emergencies or crimes” taking place, and 311 if they think that police “need to be aware of suspicious or nuisance behavior,” including large and disruptive parties. Service requests can also be filed at www.lvmpd.com, and anonymous online tips can be submitted to Crime Stoppers of Nevada at www.crimestoppersofnv.com.

If you are aware of a problem or a party house in your community, we want to know about it,” the flyer says.

The crackdown on short term rentals by police comes in the wake of the city of Las Vegas starting to impose large fines on unlicensed renters; recently, the city imposed a $180,000 penalty upon the owner of an Airbnb who they say was operating without the required license.

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Las Vegas Strip

Following Slowest Year in Decade, Las Vegas Home, Condo Sales Rebound in January 2024

LAS VEGAS, NV – With 2023 representing the slowest year for real estate in Las Vegas in over a decade, January 2024 showed a significant rebound with both home and condominium sales improving significantly, giving experts hope that the upcoming year will show great improvement as the national economy continues to stabilize.

According to a new report by Las Vegas Realtors, the prices of homes were higher – and the inventory lower – last month when compared to January 2023. The median sales price of an existing single-family home in January was $445,000, which represents an approximate 5 percent increase year-over-year. In addition, the median sales price of condominiums and townhomes in Las Vegas in January was $275,000, nearly a 9 percent increase from the same month one year prior.

Merri Perry, President of Las Vegas Realtors, noted that the escalating economy – coupled with the affordability factor that has long been associated with Las Vegas – is contributing to the improvements in the local real estate market in the new year.

Over the past few months, we’ve seen benefits from lower interest rates and relatively stable home prices here in Southern Nevada,” she said. “Now, if we could just get more homes on the market, we’d really be in good shape.”

Sales of homes, condominiums, and townhomes in Las Vegas totaled almost 2,000 in total in January, representing an approximate 12 percent increase in home sales year-over-year, and a 20 percent increase for condos in townhomes.

At the end of last month there were over 3,555 single-family homes for sale on the open market without any offers, which is a whopping 35 percent decrease from January 2023; in addition, there were more than 1,130 condos and townhomes listed for sale without offers, which is an 8 percent decrease.

The total combined value of all Las Vegas-based real estate transactions in January was more than $842 million for homes – a year-over-year increase of 19.6 percent – and approximately $139 million for condos and townhomes, up 17 percent.

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Summerlin South Las Vegas

Summerlin South is Las Vegas’ Newest High-End Hotspot, with NFL Raiders and Celebrities Alike Buying Up Homes

LAS VEGAS, NV – Situated an approximate 20-minute drive west of the Las Vegas Strip, the master-planned community of Summerlin South has been becoming one of the most in-demand neighborhoods among the growing number of affluent sports stars and celebrities who have been calling Southern Nevada home in recent years.

Summerlin South is located within the development of Summerlin – also home to the communities of Sutherland North and West – and it is situated upon a 6,200-acre plot of land that originally began construction towards the end of the 1980s. Summerlin South is comprised of six residential districts, including the Red Rock Country Club, the Willows, the Gardens, Ridgebrook, Trilogy and Siena, all with their own unique layout, style, and amenities.

While Summerlin South features the same desert climate as the rest of Las Vegas, its residents experience a slightly cooler climate overall – anywhere from 5 to 7 degrees on average, with low humidity – due to the community’s higher elevation in general, which places it approximately 3,500 feet above sea level.

The homes in Summerlin South range in price by a wide degree depending on which neighborhood you’re looking at, going anywhere from a low of $500,000 to over $20 million, with the average luxury property fetching a minimum of $1 million and up.

A plethora of high-end amenities are the name of the game in Summerlin South, whose residents enjoy access to over 150 parks, 200 miles of scenic trails, numerous top-rated golf courses, recreational facilities, and Downtown Summerlin, which is a lavish, walkable shopping and entertainment center. In addition, Summerlin South’s constituent districts have their own dedicated amenities as well, including clubhouses, golf courses, parks, gyms, upscale restaurants and tennis clubs.

As for some of the more notable residents of Summerlin South, they include Hollywood A-lister Mark Wahlberg, acclaimed singer Celine Dion, musician Carlos Santana and numerous professional athletes such as Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams and Major League Hall of Fame baseball player Greg Maddux.

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