DTP Companies, formerly Downtown Project, was founded by Tony Hsieh in January 2012 with an initial $350 million investment aimed at accelerating the revitalization of the Fremont East Entertainment District and its surrounding area in Downtown Las Vegas; through investments in Real Estate, Small Businesses, Tech, and Education, Arts, and Culture.


Our culture and our values remain embedded in all that we do.  It is our goal that every project incorporates an element of First, Unique, or Best.  These unique, ever-changing experiences that layer on different elements of surprise creates a sense of discovery leading to return visitation.


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  • Las Vegas is coming together to show support for the long rebuilding efforts in Maui. The Downtown Container Park was the site of the ‘9th Island Love For Lahaina’ Maui Strong fundraiser, where vendors, food trucks, and performers went to show their support. According to event organizers, proceeds from sales will go directly to the Maui Fire Relief Fund. The Salvation Army was also present during the event to collect donations. The Asian American Pacific Islander Chamber of Commerce told News 3 that the goal of the event is to show the 9th Island spirit of ohana, which translates to family.......

  • The Ninth Island Love for Lahaina fundraiser was held at Downtown Container Park Sunday to spread the spirit of aloha and help in the healing process on the island of Maui. “There’s a lot of people that live out here that are from Hawaii that we feel we can’t be back home, so this is the way we give back,” said Trina Shin, a Las Vegas resident born and raised in Hawaii. The event included Hawaiian food, music and performances, raising money and collecting donations to help with wildfire recovery efforts on the island. “The idea is community. We are......

  • With the ongoing recovery efforts in Maui, those in Las Vegas came together for the 9th Island Love for Lahaina fundraising event at the Container Park in Downtown Las Vegas. Angelica Villarta with the Asian American and Pacific Islander Chamber was pleased to see the turnout on Sunday. The event was a way for residents to give back to the Maui community after deadly wildfires wreaked havoc on the island. “The beautiful thing about this event is as a community we have been able to gather all three regions of our Pacific Islanders in order to support what is happening......

  • Downtown Container Park is hosting a fundraising event to support people affected by the wildfires in Maui. The “9th Island Love For Lahaina” Maui Strong event, hosted in partnership with AAPI Chamber and Mahalo-Halo Las Vegas, will feature Hawaiian artists, over a dozen Hawaiian entertainers, Hawaiian food trucks and more at the downtown shopping area from 3 to 9 p.m. Aug. 27. Partial proceeds from the event will be donated to the Maui Fire Relief Fund, Salvation Army and Maui Food Bank, with entertainers performing without a fee to support donations. The event is open for all ages. Additional donation......