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Though it appears much of 2021 will resemble 2020 due to the COVID pandemic, higher unemployment and limitations on many businesses, certain sectors are actually booming within the valley! Real estate development is one of them. While housing is in demand and supply is low, other sectors of real estate are also moving forward – specifically new development. Here are a few we can look forward to during 2021:

NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS

New home builders have been busy building new communities throughout the prior year and we expect them to continue throughout this year. With resale inventory is way below average and interest rates setting new record lows, many buyers are interested in purchasing a home. Granted, the median price of a new home in the Las Vegas valley is considerably higher than the median resale home. However, this is not deterring prospective buyers. We anticipate more new developments throughout 2021.

RESORTS WORLD

Still under construction, the new Resorts World on the north end of the Las Vegas strip is planned to open during Summer 2021. The 59 story hotel with some 3500 rooms will feature some modern tech, including a 100,000 sqft LED screen.

VIRGIN HOTEL LAS VEGAS

On the site of the former Hard Rock Hotel, Virgin Hotel – part of the Virgin group owned by Richard Branson – was expected to open January 15, 2021 but has since been delayed. Reports indicate that the current COVID situation may be to blame. However, with nearly a full year ahead of us, we anticipate the hotel to open its doors sometime this year.

These main projects do not include the many commercial, industrial and apartment developments currently under construction within Las Vegas. Other large projects were planned, however, due to the ongoing pandemic and disruption in supply chains, many have been put on hold, such as the Drew Las Vegas and MSG Sphere.

As the situation improves in the coming months, we look forward to seeing these unique projects once again move forward.

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