Eli Segall, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Eli Segall

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Recent articles by Eli:

Big Lots opening 6th store in Las Vegas Valley

The Ohio-based discount chain announced Wednesday it will hold a grand opening July 25 for its new store. → Read More

South Strip projects delayed but still happening

Projects are moving ahead, albeit not as quickly as developers hoped. → Read More

Influential Las Vegas developer Irwin Molasky dies at 93

Irwin Molasky, one of Las Vegas’ most influential developers outside the Strip, with projects ranging from condo towers and office buildings to retail centers and golf courses, has died. → Read More

Aviators’ shelved season a blow to Summerlin, Howard Hughes Corp.

With the Aviators going dark this year , the brunt of the financial pain falls on team owner Howard Hughes Corp. → Read More

Las Vegas home prices rise with national average in April

Las Vegas home prices rose at the same pace as the national average in April, a new report shows. → Read More

Las Vegas CBRE announces new market leader

Cassie Catania-Hsu will oversee its leasing, sales, property management and valuation lines of business. → Read More

Las Vegas’ unemployment rate 29 percent in May

Las Vegas’ unemployment rate dipped last month as locals went back to work following the pandemic-sparked shutdowns. → Read More

Some positive signs, but Las Vegas housing market not in clear yet

Las Vegas’ housing market is showing signs that its pandemic-sparked turbulence is easing. But it’s too early to say whether the worst of the crisis is over for Southern Nevada’s housing market. → Read More

Despite foreclosure freeze, HOAs sending default notices

At least 230 Nevadans have been slapped with a notice of default over late HOA payments. → Read More

Apartment complex to open in Arts District

The 63-unit shareDOWNTOWN, at the corner of Casino Center Boulevard and Colorado Avenue, is scheduled to open later this month, with the first 16 units now available for lease, management announced Wednesday. → Read More

Miracle Mile reopens for Las Vegas Strip shopping

A shopping mall on the Strip that closed amid the coronavirus pandemic has reopened. Miracle Mile Shops opened its doors again Tuesday. → Read More

Las Vegas home sales drop in May amid pandemic, but prices higher

Las Vegas house sales plunged last month from year-ago levels, but prices ticked higher, a new report says. → Read More

Las Vegas casinos see some life in 1st post-shutdown Saturday

People gambled and hit the pools Saturday, and resorts seemed busier than on Day One, when foot traffic was relatively tame. → Read More

Casinos reopen after lengthy shutdown; ‘I’m ready to lose some money’

Visitors were happy to be back, but overall, Las Vegas’ casino reopening wasn’t met with stampedes of incomers. → Read More

Las Vegas homebuilding slows in April, but report shows promising signs

Homebuilding activity dropped sharply in Las Vegas last month amid the pandemic-sparked economic shutdown. But the worst may be over for the local housing market, a new report says. → Read More

Las Vegas’ Downtown Container Park reopening Thursday

Management announced the open-air, food-and-retail complex at Fremont and Seventh streets would operate from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. → Read More

Las Vegas home prices up in April, but sales sag amid pandemic

The median sales price of previously owned single-family homes — the bulk of the market — was $310,000 in April, up 3.3 percent from the same month last year. → Read More

Abandoned Las Vegas Strip project still for sale amid virus outbreak

A bankruptcy court auction is scheduled to be held May 19 for a 38.5-acre spread along Las Vegas Boulevard across from Mandalay Bay. Bids were due Thursday. → Read More

Siegel Suites manager goes ‘completely rogue,’ telling tenants: No visitors

A Siegel Suites property manager is being disciplined after telling tenants they can’t have visitors at the Las Vegas apartment complex because of the coronavirus pandemic and threatening eviction if they did, the landlord said. → Read More

Las Vegas housing market slows amid coronavirus turmoil

People are still buying homes, and builders are still building, but the pipeline of sales is shrinking fast amid the turmoil. → Read More