"The Downtown Project were early adopters and pioneers in helping Las Vegas and we want to continue down the path," said Patrick Sinnott, manager of business development for the city's Economic & Urban Development department.
As the number of delivery services continues to increase, a new generation of “eatertainment” venues are popping up, creating social experiences that lure customers with “everyday special occasions.
Forty million visitors crowd into Las Vegas each year.
With wedding season right around the corner, bachelorette parties are on the brains of every bride-to-be.
While Las Vegas is famous for its glitzy and over-the-top hotels, it looks like even Sin City is jumping on the tiny house bandwagon now with the opening of the Sugar Shack, a 344-square-foot Traveler XL Tiny Home located in the Gold Spike's "Backyard" in downtown Las Vegas.
From swanky high-rise penthouses to 170-square-foot micro-units, downtown Las Vegas has a lot of residential living options — and city officials want to get that word out.