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.


Helping create a more vibrant and walkable city


Live and work in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas


We’ve got great residential options right in the heart of the city. Live Downtown – the most fun and exciting part of the Las Vegas Valley.


Whether you’re looking to crank out some work in a comfortable spot with lightening-fast wi-fi, have an impromptu meeting or team gathering, or just want to get out of the office for a working lunch or happy hour, we’ve got you covered.


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  • Downtown Container Park in the Fremont East neighborhood opened ten years ago, and since then has been an incubator for local businesses looking to make a mark. Despite being located near a lot of adult entertainment, businesses that cater in some ways to children have found success at Container Park. “We’ve seen kids from age 4 or 5 and now they’re 13 or 14 years old,” Container Park GM James Gonzales told FOX5 Tuesday. “They still come in. We see our regulars. They know us by first name.” There’s not much that kids love more than toys. Watch the segment...

  • Downtown Container Park is gearing up for a weekend of festivities to mark its 10th anniversary. The celebration will feature live music, exclusive shopping deals, and even a visit from Santa. This milestone event is not only a cause for celebration but also an opportunity to rally support for local businesses. Marnie Stone, co-owner of the recently-opened American restaurant Bucketlist, expressed excitement about being part of the community. Read the article...

  • While Thanksgiving kicks off a major shopping weekend for the holidays, sometimes shopping small can make a big difference in a community. There are various events around the Las Vegas valley featuring local small businesses. Read the article...

  • Swapping ghost stories is a pastime that gains traction around this time of year, and given this town’s unique history, it’s little wonder that Vegas is a hot spot for tales that’ll make the hair on your arms raise up. Rumor has it that the people on weekend benders aren’t the only entities lurking around Fremont East. Corduroy is famed for its 1970s-style decor, pickleback shots and cool lightbox photo op—but one of the lesser known allures is the ghostly guest who likes to say hello during closing hours. Read the article...