Location, location, location. Everything, right? The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports:
A fast-growing Texas homebuilder is expanding to Las Vegas, bringing a rare new competitor to the local market.
But the vacant lot next door is unlikely to help with sales.
A homeless camp next to the northeast valley project site has a motor home, shopping carts, tents, a couch and other items scattered about. There’s even a makeshift kitchen of sorts, with a stocked pantry, cookware and a small table.
Not exactly the greeting LGI Homes was probably hoping for.
LGI, based near Houston, bought its project site on Lake Mead Boulevard near Lamb Boulevard in February for $4 million, property records show. Plans call for 102 single-family homes at the 20.5-acre subdivision.
The Clark County Planning Commission on Tuesday approved a design review for six different house models.Read More