Las Vegas will forever be associated with roulette wheels, tuxedos, and lounge singers, but “The Entertainment Capitol of the World” is increasingly being recognized as a legitimate place to settle down or retire. Beyond the neon lights of the iconic Las Vegas strip is a real city with community, culture, and industry.
Las Vegas is the place to be for anyone involved in the gaming, hospitality, and entertainment. Casinos and hotels are the major employers, but Las Vegas supports many jobs that are only indirectly related to gaming.
Retail, fine-dining, and lighting industries all flourish in the city.
Besides gaming, Las Vegas offers numerous attractions including a lively arts district complete with a monthly art walk. The city has an impressive number of public parks, a zoo, and the Neon Museum, an open air historical showcase of Las Vegas’ native art form: the neon sign.
Construction is a big part of the Las Vegas economy. Ever since it became a city in 1911, Las Vegas has continued to be one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country. The last 20 years has seen an influx of families to the area, which has led to a boom in new home construction. This is a great time to buy property in Las Vegas.
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