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Howard Hughes Office

Southwest Las Vegas Valley to See New Howard Hughes Office Project Opening in 2024

LAS VEGAS, NV – Howard Hughes Holdings is set to open a huge new office project in the southwest Las Vegas Valley in 2024, and while no tenants have been announced yet, experts expect that the property will fill up quickly once construction is complete due to high demand in the area. 

The Meridian campus – slated to open this upcoming January and located near the 215 Beltway on Town Center Drive – will encompass 147,000 square feet, spread out amongst two three-story office buildings that will be linked by a centralized lobby. 

Cushman & Wakefield will be handling leasing duties for Meridian, and according to the company’s senior director, Charles Van Geel, a flood of tenants are expected to vie for space at the facility because it is situated in a very desirable location. 

You can’t help but notice the attractive mountain views in one direction, the cityscape in the other direction yet you’re still in the renowned Summerlin community that has green spaces, great schools seamlessly connected with the valley’s transit infrastructure,” Van Geel said. 

Following the transition to remote work during COVID-19, many employers are attempting to woo workers back to the office now that the pandemic is in the rearview mirror; Amy Lance, a director for Cushman & Wakefield, said that Meridian will make a very enticing carrot on a stick for employers to dangle due to its proximity to the 215 Beltway, ensuring an easy commute 

We’re really hearing from companies who want their employees back,” she said. “I mean they may give them the option to work from home one to two days a week, but I think that’s going to change in the future.” 

Demand for office space in the southwest valley is among the highest in Southern Nevada, with the average rent per square foot coming in at $31.09; in contrast, average rent per square foot in the city of Las Vegas itself is $26.96.  

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Las Vegas’ Luxury Prado Community Offering Pre-Designed, Custom-Built Homes

LAS VEGAS, NV – Prado, a new Blue Heron Nexus community nestled within Las Vegas’ Section 10 neighborhood – one of the oldest developments in the Valley – is currently offering multiple plots of land upon which buyers can select a series of luxury, pre-designed, custom-built homes that the company will construct for them.  

However, these homes aren’t cheap, with the starting price point coming in at $1.8 million and the average home selling for $3.5 million. Blue Heron offers four different floor plans to choose from, each with different elevation styles and structural options, ensuring each home will be different. 

The Nexus division of Blue Heron is a new addition to the firm, with the communities they create offering an alternative to designing and custom-building homes. Their Las Vegas community – which opened this past June – sits upon 10 acres and currently has 18 oversized homesites, with over 50 percent of them having already been sold. 

(Nexus) started three years ago. We take all the best Blue Heron architecture and predesign a series of homes. We have five different product lines in 10 Nexus communities,” said Chris Beucler, President of Blue Heron’s Nexus division. “What makes this product so unique is we designed it for infill projects. Prado was an old-school site that got sold to another developer. We purchased it from them. We have 10 acres here that we turned into half-acre homesites.” 

For those who wish to try before they buy, however, Blue Heron currently has an impressive $6.5 million show home listed for sale within Prado that illustrates just what you can really acquire from the company if you have exceedingly deep pockets. 

7388 OLIVE CREEK COURT, LAS VEGAS – $6,500,000.00

The show home – located at 7388 Olive Creek Court on a half-acre plot of land – offers 5,887-square-feet of space and features the unique “Vegas Modern” style architecture exclusive to Prado, and a semi-custom floor plan with four en suite bedrooms, five full and one-half baths, and an attached four-car garage. 

You’re getting the same team designing these homes as you are in an elite home,” Beucler said. “You can look at any of our homes, and it doesn’t look like another home you’d see in the market. It looks like a full custom home.” 

See full listing details for 7388 Olive Creek Court, Las Vegas

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all net arena Oleksii Sidorov

Las Vegas-Based NBA Arena Project Cancelled by Clark County Officials After Decade of Delays

LAS VEGAS, NV – A project previously approved by Clark County that would have seen an NBA-ready arena erected in Las Vegas to entice an existing basketball franchise – or a newly created expansion team – to move to Nevada has been quietly cancelled

While experts have noted that a new arena was not required to lure an NBA team to Southern Nevada – T-Mobile arena could potentially be shared with the NHL’s Golden Knights – having a facility dedicated to professional basketball competition would make Las Vegas a very attractive candidate for such a thing. 

Clark County commissioners had approved plans for a basketball arena – dubbed All Net Arena – to be erected on a plot of land located on the North Las Vegas Strip, situated between the Fontainebleau and the Sahara resorts. However, after the groundbreaking ceremony was held 10 years ago, the project has sat in limbo with no construction being carried out at the site, due in-part to the lack of the $5 billion in funding previously promised by the developer. 

In the ensuing years, officials have extended the permits for the project several times, but to no avail. Finally, after a decade of delays, Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom announced this week that the project’s construction permits have been pulled by unanimous vote of 7-0, quietly killing it off for good. 

Time and time again, we’ve asked, ‘Just one more year, or two years, let’s get this done, we’ll get it done,’” he said. “We’ve followed the money everywhere around the world. And truthfully, it just hasn’t happened. So, I’m just prepared to make a motion to deny it at this point. It breaks my heart to do it.” 

All Net Arena Had been slated to be a 22,000-seat arena with a retractable roof, convention center, movie theater, and grocery store. 

While the league currently has no plans to create an expansion team, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has heavily hinted that Las Vegas would very much be in the running if those plans were to change. 

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Las Vegas home of ex-mobster John Spilotro hits market for $550K

Vegas Home Linked to Mobster Tony “The Ant” Spilotro Hits Market for $550K

LAS VEGAS, NV – The former Las Vegas residence of a mobster linked to the real-life inspiration of one of the characters from the 1995 crime movie “Casino” has been listed on the real estate market for $550,000

Casino was directed by Martin Scorsese and stars Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone and Joe Pesci. The movie follows Sam “Ace” Rothstein (De Niro), a gambling expert who is asked by the Chicago mob to oversee the day-to-day casino and hotel operations at the Tangiers Casino in Las Vegas. Other major characters include “made man” Nicky Santoro (Pesci), and Ginger McKenna (Stone), a streetwise hustler. 

The recently listed home – currently owned by an unnamed dancer – had previously belonged to John Spilotro, the brother of Tony “The Ant” Spilotro, who served as the inspiration for Pesci’s character Nicky Santoro, a brutal street enforcer. John inspired the character of Nicky’s brother Dominick in the movie, who was played by Philip Suriano. 

According to an interview by the Las Vegas Review Journal, “John was a known operative” of the Chicago mafia known as “The Outfit,” – was one of Tony’s five brothers and was investigated by the FBI.

3179 DESMOND AVENUE, LAS VEGAS – $550,000.00

The brothers had both lived on the same block and were both members of “Hole in the Wall Gang,” headed up by the elder Spilotro; the family gained a large degree of fame and infamy following the release of “Casino,” which was based on a true-crime novel by author Nicholas Pileggi. 

Tony – who had been accused by the FBI of murdering as many as two dozen people in Illinois and Nevada – and another one of his brothers, Victor, were killed just outside of the city of Chicago in 1986. It is unknown if John is still alive. 

John’s former luxurious one-story home in Las Vegas has four bedrooms and three bathrooms and is located close to the Strip and the airport. It was recently remodeled and renovated, and while the outside is fairly average looking, the interior boasts large rooms with opulent trappings as well as numerous amenities, including an inground pool, hot tub, a treehouse, and even a zip line. 

See full listing details for 3179 Desmond Avenue, Las Vegas

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Vegas Street

Sale of New Homes in Las Vegas Surge During Third Quarter of 2023

LAS VEGAS, NV – Serving as a testament to how hard-hit Las Vegas new home sales were in the third quarter of 2022 due to rising interest rates on home mortgage loans, sales showed a distinct surge during the third quarter of 2023, serving as a sign that things are improving in the Southern Nevada housing market. 

According to Andrew Smith, President of Las Vegas-based Home Builders Research, the third quarter of 2023 saw 2,383 net sales of new homes – not taking into consideration cancellations – as opposed to the third quarter of 2022, when there were only 1,385 net sales. 

Last year during the third quarter, home sales were slow,” Smith said. “Builders have adjusted their strategies. They have the ability to use in-house financing to offer incentives for new home sales. They can work with buyers on the loans in the way that resales can’t because they own the lending. They also are helped by a lack of resale inventory.” 

Clearly, experts say, developers have adjusted to the higher interest rates that impacted buyers especially hard during that period of time in 2022; while interest rates are still precariously high, both buyers and builders have had time to come to grips with them and adjust accordingly. 

Sales are also being helped by the fact that mortgage rates have been seeing some minute drops as of late, with buyer and builder confidence both being bolstered by the fact that expectations are beginning to build that the Federal Reserve may no longer be raising interest rates to combat inflation going forward. 

In the middle of this week, the interest rate on the average 30-year fixed-rate home mortgage loan dropped to 7.4 percent; while this does provide some degree of relief considering that rate had risen above 8 percent in the middle of October, it’s still the highest it’s been in over 20 years.  

Still, experts are predicting that interest rates will continue to drop and may reach as low as 6 percent by spring; this will represent a vast improvement, despite the fact that rates will still be twice as high as they were in 2021 when mortgage interest rates were at record-breaking lows. 

It is anticipated that if interest rates do indeed reach 6 percent, home sales will surge even more in 2024, both in Las Vegas and nationwide. 

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Cello Tower

Construction Begins in Las Vegas on Luxury High-Rise Condominium Cello Tower

LAS VEGAS, NV – Construction on the luxury high-rise condominium Cello Tower is slated to begin soon, with the ritzy residential complex to be connected to the Origin at Symphony Park mixed-use enclave in Downtown Las Vegas, according to Red Ridge Development. 

Cello Tower will be comprised of eight penthouse suites beginning at $4.5 million, along with an additional 240 one-and-two bedroom residences that will start at $700,000 and up. According to Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, development of the high rise is intended to address the intense need for more housing in Las Vegas’ downtown area, and she praised Red Ridge’s CEO of Development, Patrick Brennen, for making the project a reality. 

Patrick Brennen is bringing us this wonderful project in a magnificent high-rise,” Goodman said. “People can live in the heart of the city, and there is so much to do with great access. The area is located in the center of our government with federal, state, city and county buildings. Patrick and his team have created this wonderful complex, which is walkable and bikeable along tree-lined streets and so safe.” 

Cello Tower will be comprised of 32 stories – the penthouses taking up the top two floors – and was designed by architecture firm Perkins Eastman. Buyers have the option to purchase as many penthouses on a given floor as they like if they wish to customize and/or combine them, up until the point that they either sell out or construction begins. 

The complex will feature numerous high-end finishes and appliances for its residents in addition to a great many amenities, including an elevated outdoor environment on the 25th floor featuring beautiful landscaping, gorgeous views, and a fountain; an exhibition kitchen and private dining room; pods for barbecues; a hyper-oxygenated resort-style pool; a TV media wall; a pet spa and park; and an entire 7,000-square-foot floor dedicated to wellness, including a full gym and spa facilities. 

Units at Cello Tower will go on sale by the end of 2023; construction on the high-rise is expected to be completed by 2026. For more information on Cello Tower, unit availability as well as to register a specific interest, please visit:

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Workforce Housing

193-Unit Intrigue Apartments Las Vegas, Workforce Housing, Sells for Nearly $34 Million

LAS VEGAS, NV – Workforce housing property Intrigue Apartments Las Vegas – formerly known as Andiamo Apartments – was recently sold by Wilshire Unlimited to a private family trust in a deal that was worth $33.5 million. 

Part of the sale price was comprised of a $17.5 million Fannie Mae loan that carries a seven-year term with four years of interest-only payments and a 30-year amortization schedule. 

Intrigue Apartments Las Vegas – located at 4600 Vegas Drive, in the vicinity of Highway 95 and five miles from downtown Las Vegas and two miles from North Las Vegas Airport – is made up of 193 units spread out over eight two-story buildings and was originally constructed in 1986. There are both one and two-bedroom floorplans available, with square footage ranging from 700 to 900 feet. There are numerous amenities for tenants including a fitness center, a clubhouse, a swimming pool, laundry facilities, and 300 parking spaces. 

As a workforce housing property, Intrigue Apartments is intended to be affordable to households earning between 60 and 120 percent of area median income (AMI), targeting middle-income workers which includes professions such as police officers, firefighters, teachers, health care workers, retail clerks, and the like. Many cities across the country are investing in workforce housing properties, as it is increasingly difficult these days for middle-income workers to buy or rent housing in the areas in which they work. 

Despite that fact, a recent Yardi Matrix report indicates that multifamily investment has decreased in Las Vegas over the past year. In the first half of 2023, the total sum of transactions amounted to $283 million, compared to the first half of 2022 when that amount was a whopping $2.2 billion. In addition, the average price per unit in the city of Las Vegas dropped by 25.7percent year-over-year this past June, amounting to $184,407. 

Shelter Realty is a Real Estate and Property Management Company specializing in the areas of HendersonLas Vegas and North Las Vegas, NV. Feel free to give us a call at 702.376.7379 so we can answer any questions you may have.

Las Vegas Formula

Las Vegas Formula 1 Race Drives Record-Braking Sales of High-Rise Condominiums for Views of Racecourse

LAS VEGAS, NV – Realtors in Las Vegas have noted that sales of high-rise condominiums have gone through numerous ups and downs since the mid-2000’s recession. However, the latest surge in the market has been driven by something taking many by surprise: the phenomenon known as sports tourism, with the latest example being driven by an intense and unprecedented level of demand for high-rise apartments along the Las Vegas Strip due to the ongoing Vegas Grand Prix Formula 1 race

Heidi Williams, a Las Vegas realtor specializing in selling high-rise condos out of The Signature at MGM Grand, said that prices for luxury units at the complex “have increased anywhere from 30 percent to 50 percent depending on the type of unit” due to the Las Vegas F1, which runs along the Strip this week. 

I don’t think a lot of people understood how much money there was in F1 and how much money there is in the sport, in the backing (of fans),” Williams said. “I think that people are very excited about F1, and I think a lot of these people just want to be a part of it.” 

The 30-floor Signature at MGM Grand boasts 1,750 suites and offers condos ranging from 520-square-foot properties listed for $320,000 to 1,394-square-foot properties priced as high as $800,000. 

Williams noted that she began seeing purchases at the property related to the F1 race starting approximately nine months ago, with approximately 25 to 30 percent of her clients indicating to her that their condo purchases were specifically due to wanting to be in proximity to the race. 

The F1, running from November 16-19, has been anticipated to draw as many as 170,000 people to Las Vegas. The racecourse runs at the Formula One Pit Building across the street from the Signature off Harmon. From there, it heads down Koval Lane, circles around the MSG Sphere and then goes on Sands Avenue before turning onto Las Vegas Boulevard for a mile; from there, the course turns onto Harmon Avenue and then finally back toward the Pit Building. 

That being said, it’s no wonder units are being snapped up at The Signature at MGM Grand, as the building offers unique views of the racecourse that aren’t available to most spectators. Williams noted that many of the condos being sold at the facility are being purchased by people who solely wish to use them each year just to view the F1 race; The Signature at MGM Grand has a policy that allows units to be rented out when they are not “owner occupied,” thus allowing tourists to purchase them to generate income during the remainder of the year they are not residing there. 

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Short-Term Rentals

Short Term Rental Listings Fetching Big Money During Las Vegas Formula 1 Event

LAS VEGAS, NV – The Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix held its opening ceremonies on Wednesday, and short term rental owners in Southern Nevada where STR licenses are currently available – including Henderson, Las Vegas and North Las Vegas – are already reaping large financial benefits.  

Unfortunately, however, some frustrated Clark County landlords have been left out in the cold due to the long and drawn-out process of issuing licenses on the part of the municipality, leaving them unable to offer listings to take advantage of the many out-of-town tourists attending the F1 event, with the race taking place November 16-18. 

The state figured out that the ban wasn’t working and decided to mandate the county to get rid of its ban and start creating a licensing process for people to operate (short-term rentals),” said Jackie Flores, founder of The Greater Las Vegas Short Term Rentals Association. “Of course they have not issued any licenses even though they were supposed to start doing it by July of last year.”  

However, the loss on the part of Clark County renters is the gain of others located in neighboring cities, with many STR owners asking – and receiving – significantly higher rates than usual to house visitors attending the F1. 

An average Airbnb or Vrbo rental costs approximately $150 a night; currently, there are over 1,000 listings available in Las Vegas, with prices ranging from exuberant to budget-friendly and everything in between. 

The priciest rental for the F1 weekend is a 11-bedroom home located in Paradise just east of the Harry Reid International Airport that’s going for a whopping $4,121 a night. The residence is spread up into three separate buildings for a total size of 8,700 square feet, and includes numerous high-end amenities including an outdoor playground, basketball court, a pool, video game room, and much more. 

In contrast, the cheapest rental listed is a private study room for $39 a night in West Las Vegas, giving you the opportunity to “stay with Victor” as his guest during the F1 weekend. That fee will get you a twin bed, a desk, futon, wi-fi, and a door that locks via keypad; a municipal bathroom is located directly across the hall. 

And finally, if you’re looking for a listing based solely on its “cool” factor, another rental located in Paradise offers eight bedrooms and a slew of fun extras, including a putting green, pool, hot tub, outdoor poker table, half-basketball court, pool table, bocci ball, table tennis, an outdoor BBQ grill, and more, all for $1,850 a night. 

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Las Vegas

New Report: Las Vegas Second-Most Popular City in U.S. for Middle-Class Movers Seeking Affordability

LAS VEGAS, NV – A new report released by H&R Block reveals that more middle-class Americans are moving out of state in search of affordable lifestyles, and that Las Vegas, Nevada is among the top destinations for families and individuals looking to get more bang for their hard-earned buck. 

Cities in Arizona, Nevada, Florida, and Texas are the top places in the country budget conscious members of the middle-class are moving to, according to 2022 tax data utilized by H&R block for their report. And the number two city on that list is Las Vegas, with the tax preparation company noting it is an up-and-coming destination for those seeking to relocate to a region in the country where taxes are lower and homes are more affordable. 

Andrew Arevalo, a real estate agent who is licensed in both Nevada and Colorado, said that in recent years Las Vegas has been stealing the thunder from other parts of the country that had previously been considered financially friendly to the middle-class. 

It’s weird to say this out loud, but I feel like Vegas is the new Colorado,” Arevalo said. “It has shifted from Denver getting a lot of people from out of town to Vegas. It has now officially taken over.” 

According to metrics from H&R block, the American middle-class is made up of those with an adjusted median household income ranging between $45,000 and $145,000 a year. The company based this on guidelines provided by the Pew Research Center as well as anonymously collected data from those who had filed taxes with them within that income bracket in 2022, coming in at 4.6 million people. 

Arevalo noted that – according to the Multiple Listing Service – there are presently over 13,000 homes listed in Clark County, which is where Las Vegas is situated; a number of properties on the market is currently assisting in keeping it affordable, with the median sales price of a Las Vegas home in September being $410,000, according to residential real estate brokerage and mortgage origination services company Redfin. 

In contrast, Arevalo noted that in Denver the median sales price of a home is $568,500, with currently only 4,700 homes available on the market. It is this reason, he said, that the cash-strapped middle-class are now passing over Denver and are instead heading to Vegas. 

At the end of the day, all they really care about is their bottom dollar in their pocket,” he said. 

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685 DRAGON PEAK DRIVE, HENDERSON - $34,000,000.00

All-Time Highest-Priced Home Sold in Las Vegas For Sale Again Just Two Years Later

LAS VEGAS, NV – The all-time highest priced home sold in Las Vegas is suddenly finding itself back on the market a mere two years after it was originally purchased, however with a substantial uptick in its asking price. 

The three-story, 15,000 square-foot home in Henderson’s MacDonald Highlands community earned its place in the record books after it was sold in 2021 for a whopping $25 million, after initially being listed on the market at $28 million.  

The brand-new home, located at 685 Dragon Peak Park and built by luxury developer Blue Heron, was purchased by billionaire and LoanDepot Founder and Chairman Anthony Hsieh. 

However, the home has recently found itself back on the open market once again, this time for the even more eye-opening sum of $34 million; when asked why its owner was willing to part with the property so soon after purchasing it, the listing agent stated that Hsieh is moving out because he is working on yet another home with Blue Heron that he intends to move into once its development is finished. 

685 DRAGON PEAK DRIVE, HENDERSON – $34,000,000.00

An ultra-sleek, high-tech showcase with a plethora of eye-opening amenities, Hsieh’s soon-to-be-former residence features a great room with retractable walls, an office casita, water on three sides, views of both the Las Vegas Strip and the Red Rock Mountains, 200 solar panels, and a “smart home” system that allows users full control over the security system, sound system, and energy management. 

The home also boasts seven bedrooms – including a primary suite with a private patio and a separate suite accessed by a glass bridge – as well as nine bathrooms and a garage with room for up to 11 cars. 

The home’s chef’s kitchen is also impressive, with Wolf and Sub-Zero touchscreen appliances, a full catering kitchen, and a glass wine cellar. 

While Hsieh’s $34 million asking price may seem steep, it should be noted that new-build luxury sales in Las Vegas have been proven to be largely immune to the real estate slowdown plaguing most of the nation, already breaking its record for the number of sales over $1 million in the first half of 2023. 

See full listing details for 685 Dragon Peak Park, Henderson

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Summerlin Nevada

Home Prices in Las Vegas Increase in October While Sales, Number of Listings Drop

LAS VEGAS, NV – According to a new report, the prices of homes in the Las Vegas valley experienced a small increase during the month of October – which is usually the opposite of established norms during the fall season – while both sales and the number of listings currently on the market slowed slightly. 

As per industry group Las Vegas Realtors, in October the median price of an existing single-family home that was sold in Southern Nevada was $449,000, representing a 2.6 percent increase from September and an 18.3 percent increase year-over-year.  

One of the main factors that experts cite for the rise in home prices during what is normally considered an off season can be attributed to the lower number of listings currently available in the Valley, which is pushing the average list price for a home up. 

The number of available home listings last month was down 38 percent when compared to October 2022 and down 0.9 percent from September 2023, as per the Multiple Listings Service.  In addition, the number of homes sold in October also decreased from September by 6.7 percent and 1.5 percent year-over-year.  

All told, $922 million in homes traded hands in the Las Vegas Valley last month. 

Due to these and other issues currently impacting the industry – including record high inflation and increased interest rates instituted by the Federal Reserve to get that financial malady under control – Las Vegas Realtors President Lee Barrett noted that the real estate scene in Southern Nevada is going to be experiencing a few tough months. 

The historically tight housing supply we’ve been dealing with this year, along with the cyclical patterns we see almost every year around this time, seem to be propping up prices,” Barrett said. “We usually see home prices and sales cool down a bit along with the weather as we head into the fall and winter. We’ll see how these traditional trends play out this year. Higher interest rates and a smaller housing supply are playing a bigger role than in past years.” 

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