Archive for March 22nd, 2005

Las Vegas Luxury Real Estate: Country Club Living

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

Four Toll Bros. subdivisions of Greater Las Vegas real estate have nearly reached a complete sell-out phase. The Reserve collection at two locations, Red Rock Country Club within the Summerlin community and the MacDonald Highlands community of Henderson real estate, have both entered the closing portion of home sales. In addition, only a few Las Vegas luxury homes remain at the Terra Bella and North Canyon Estates neighborhoods in northwest Las Vegas. Las Vegas luxury golf homes continue to be in high demand.

Las Vegas Makes Equestrian History

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

At the end of April, the Thomas & Mack Arena in Las Vegas will make equestrian history. For the first time in 45 years of competition, the world championship finals of both jumping and dressage will be held together as one equestrian mega-event. Las Vegas Events approached FEI, the international body governing equestrian sport, and asked it to combine the jumping championship with the final of its World Cup Dressage series. With about a month remaining until the competition, about 90 percent of the events’ 85,000 tickets have been purchased. So far more than 1,200 tickets have been purchased by foreign fans from a dozen different countries. MS Las Vegas Real Estate would like to remind you once again that Las Vegas is a real city with a broad range of cultural and entertainment options at your disposal.

Nevada Breaks the Record for Visitors in 2004

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

The State of Nevada hosted more than 50.5 million visitors in 2004, a single-year record, state tourism leaders confirmed Monday in Carson City. Last year’s statewide visitor tally was approximately 500,000 more than previously projected, Lt. Gov. Lorraine Hunt said. The state’s 4 percent tourism growth was powered by a record of nearly 34.7 million Las Vegas visitors, up 5.2 percent from 2003. Is it any wonder that the Las Vegas economy and the Las Vegas real estate market are so strong?