The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority works copiously to ensure that Las Vegas is welcoming for all ages, but it admits that maintaining its adults-only reputation is one priority.
Construction of Credit One Bank’s headquarters expansion has finished, giving the credit-card issuer a second office building at its Las Vegas campus.
Las Vegas contractor Grand Canyon Development Partners announced Tuesday that it finished the four-story, 150,000-square-foot building at 6801 S. Cimarron Road in the southwest valley.
John Coombe, senior vice president of marketing at Credit One, said in the release that as the company expands its product offerings, its “staffing needs have also grown.”
The new building is next to a four-story, 152,000-square-foot office building that Credit One moved to in 2017 from its former offices near McCarran International Airport.
Credit One, which boasts more than 12 million card members, was among a handful of companies that moved to newly built corporate offices along the Beltway in the southwest valley over the past several years.
Most late-night options for shows include comedy clubs and topless revues but Late Night Magic is a unique and affordable option for tourists who are looking for something different to do late night in Las Vegas.
Avenue Dental in Las Vegas is bypassing the conventional dental-insurance industry and returning key dental decisions to patients and their dentists.
Criss Angel’s new restaurant is, it appears, a victim of its own success.
Go big or go home, the saying goes. For two video poker players Monday in Henderson, they went home happy.
The Wheel of Fortune slot machine remains iconic on the Strip.