Las Vegas, Nevada – Coolest City in America

Even though New York has at least a 200-year head start on Las Vegas, according to Forbes Magazine , Las Vegas and New York tie for America’s “Coolest City”.

When you know what Las Vegas has to offer, is it any wonder? How many places can you go and enjoy some of the best rock climbing in the world at Red Rock National Conservation Area , a choice of PGA quality golf courses or boating on Lake Mead during the day, followed by the gestational delights of four and five star restaurants and then onto a Broadway production or a fantastic night club later in the evening? That’s long before you take in any of the off the strip attractions like the Nevada Ballet Theatre, The Las Vegas Philharmonic, The Las Vegas Symphony Orchestra, UNLV basketball, Area 51’s baseball or a show at The Las Vegas Academy. Where else can you go and see white tigers, dolphins in the desert, a pyramid, a volcano, Italian fountains dancing to music, pirates, the New York skyline, and a castle all in less than 2 miles? Add great weather, no state income tax and an International Airport to the mix and not only is Las Vegas a “cool” place to visit, but an amazing place to live. The Michelle Sterling Las Vegas Real Estate Team would be more than happy to help you find a great deal on a “cool” Las Vegas home.

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