DTP is a privately-funded, for-profit enterprise dedicated to helping revitalize part of downtown Las Vegas by investing in people and projects that share our vision of downtown as a hub of inspiration, entrepreneurial energy, creativity, innovation, prosperity, and discovery fueled by the Three C’s: collisions, co-learning, and connectedness


Founded in January 2012, it is the umbrella under which an extensive portfolio of small business, tech, real estate, and other significant local investments are developed, coordinated, and managed. To date, DTP has allocated/invested $350 million towards this vision, resulting in more than 165 new businesses and more than 1,000 new jobs.

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