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Las Vegas should need no introduction. Spanish for “The Meadows” and the city that never sleeps, the self-proclaimed “Entertainment Capital of the World” is big, brash and can be seen from miles away. There is much more to Las Vegas that The Strip and the city has grown exponentially as a result of that.
The economy of Las Vegas is driven mainly by leisure. The hotels casinos and convention industry keeps this city and the many hundreds of supporting industries humming.
Corporate housing in Las Vegas will be furnished apartments in new or recently constructed developments. They will be fully furnished and include all utilities. Most will be a short drive from the center of town.
Aside from the usual city functions, leisure is the dominant market force in Las Vegas. It is also the reason Sin City has grown at the rate it has and has maintained high employment and quality of life.
Major employers in Las Vegas include MGM Resorts International, Las Vegas Sands, Caesars Entertainment, Wynn Resorts, State of Nevada, Amerco, Boyd Gaming, Clark County School District, Wynn Las Vegas, The Venetian Las Vegas, Scientific Games, Deja Vu Worldwide, Diamond Resorts, Coast Casinos Inc, Eldorado Resorts, Southwest Gas Holdings Inc, Dreyer’s, Renown Health, Perry Johnson & Associates, California Hotel and Casino, International Game Technology, Johnson Electric and Allegiant.
Medical centers in Las Vegas include Sunrise Hospital, Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center, Summerlin Hospital Medical Center, Children’s Hospital of Nevada at UMC, Desert Springs Hospital Medical Center and MountainView Hospital.
Las Vegas is in the middle of the desert so flying is the easiest way to get here. You will arrive at McCarran International Airport (LAS) or possibly Henderson Executive Airport (HSH) or North Las Vegas Airport (VGT). Each is a few miles outside of town.
There are currently no rail links into Las Vegas from the outside.
RTC Transit run local buses including Strip & Downtown Express (SDX) and Deuce.
Roads include I-5, I-215 and I-515 as well as local routes. Traffic is heavy the closer you get to the Strip so plan accordingly.
Las Vegas is a unique place with a lot going on. It’s light, colorful, bold and intent on making you have a good time. Even when away from The Strip, the city is all about working and playing hard.
Neighborhoods in Las Vegas include The Strip, The Lakes, Tule Springs, Lone Mountain, Kyle Canyon, Sun City Summerlin, Sheep Mountain, Summerlin North, Centennial Hills, North Cheyenne, Buffalo, Michael Way, Charleston Heights, East Las Vegas, Rancho Charleston, West Las Vegas and Angel Park Lindell.
Things to see and do in Las Vegas include Las Vegas Strip, Cirque du Soleil, Vegas Golden Knights, Electric Daisy Carnival and the Las Vegas Ice Center.
Casinos in Las Vegas include Aria, Bally’s, Bellagio, Caesars Palace, Casino Royale, Circus Circus, Cosmopolitan, The Cromwell, Encore, Excalibur, Flamingo, Harrah’s, Linq, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, Mirage, New York New York, Palazzo, Paris, Park MGM, Planet Hollywood, Slots-a-Fun, SLS, Stratosphere, Treasure Island, Tropicana, Venetian and Wynn.