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Las Vegas Overview
Las Vegas Economy
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Las Vegas Economy

Las Vegas is fast becoming a world-class city not only because of its immense tourism trade, but because of its favorable incorporation laws and minimal taxes. The city continues to welcome approximately 60,000 new residents annually. Residents with capital to invest, skills to work, and money to spend on everything from housing and furnishings, to food and clothing. 

The primary drivers of the Las Vegas economy are tourism, gaming and conventions, which in turn feed the construction, retail, restaurant, and other service-oriented industries.

When The Mirage Resort on Las Vegas Boulevard opened in 1989, it started a trend of major resort development of the southern portion of the “Las Vegas Strip” outside of the city. This resulted in a drop in tourism in the downtown area, but many recent business projects and construction of condominiums has increased the number of visitors to downtown. The Fremont Street Experience and the development of East Fremont Street attract thousands of visitors daily.

 

The Strip still reigns king of all destinations in Las Vegas for tourists and locals alike. In just a few short miles, one can see the dancing fountains of the Bellagio, take a gondola ride in “Venice” at the Venetian, experience a pirate battle at Treasure Island, and ride to the top of the “Eiffel Tower” at Paris. Countless world-class chefs boast dining establishments on The Strip including Emeril Lagasse, Guy Savoy and Joel Robouchon to name just a few.

And one can truly shop until they drop on The Strip with world-class retail venues including the Fashion Show Mall, the Forum Shops and Via Bellagio boasting retailers from Chanel and Louis Vuitton to Cartier and Tiffany's to Versace and Jimmy Choo.

 

The city has placed strong emphasis on its attempt to diversify the economy by attracting light manufacturing, banking and other commercial interests. Recent projects include the Lou Ruvo Brain Institute, the World Market Center, a preeminent whole furniture showroom, Symphony Park, which will include residential and office high-rises, the Smith Center for the Performing Arts, a new city hall, and a new police headquarters. The giant online retailer, Zappos.com moved into the old city hall resulting in a boom for the neighboring businesses.

According to the recent census, the median income for a household in the city was $53,000 and the median income for a family was $58,465. The gaming revenue alone for 2013 in Las Vegas was $6.5 billion dollars.

 

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