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April 27, 2018


Travelers who use short-term residential rentals as an alternative to traditional hotels enjoy cost savings and “living like a local.” Property owners, or “hosts,” enjoy extra income generated by renting out a spare bedroom they’re […]
May 8, 2011

Southridge Neighborhood Association Hosts Las Vegas City Council WARD 3 Candidate Debate

The Southridge Neighborhood Association in conjunction with the Mesquite Club will be hosting a debate between the 2 runoff candidates for the Las Vegas City Council Ward 3.  Bob Coffin and Adriana Martinez will debate each other […]
August 2, 2010

Catching Up On The Historic Downtown Neighborhoods of Las Vegas

Last night’s sunset from my front yard in the historic downtown Las Vegas neighborhoods that I call Very Vintage Vegas. There’s 2 redeeming aspects of the annual August/September monsoon season. One of course is that […]
June 30, 2009

SouthRidge Neighborhood Association Seeks Historic District Designation

I call all of the downtown neighborhoods historic. From my point of view, they are already. But that doesn’t mean they actually have true designation from the City. One exception is within The John S. […]
September 15, 2008

A New Vintage Las Vegas Neighbor Gets Keys To His Mid Century Modern Bank Owned Foreclosure

If you’ll remember way back in July,  I started the Fun Features Found In Foreclosures series with the mid century modern home at 704 Canosa. Harold stepped to the plate and started a very long […]
September 4, 2008

The Pillars Post And Columns From The Vintage Las Vegas Homes

Another piece of great ironwork design! And there’s a matching gate as well. These are from St. Louis Ave, in the Southridge Neighborhood of Downtown Las Vegas. Southridge was built from 1951 to 1953. I borrowed the […]
July 28, 2008

Commercial Encroachment Into Residential Neighborhoods – The Battle Never Ends

The Beverly Green and Southridge Neighborhood Associations, which run between Sahara and St. Louis and Las Vegas Blvd and Maryland are constantly being bombarded with proposals for commercial development that will have huge impacts on […]
March 14, 2008

Las Vegas Planning Commission Sides With Residents Of Historic Neighborhoods

The planning commission turned down the 47 Story hi rise development at 6th and Sahara. About 40 neighbors from the Southridge, Beverly Green, Huntridge, and John S. Park Neighborhood Associations came to the hearing and spoke […]
March 9, 2008

Yes, It’s In The Designated “Downtown Las Vegas Redevelopment District”, But Is It Compatable With Surrounding Single Family Homes?

Gregg Brown, the leader of the 6th and Sahara project neighborhood response has written this guest editorial for us today. The proposed development on 6th & Sahara is items 21 through 25 on the agenda […]
March 2, 2008

Can They Build A Hi Rise Across The Street From Single Family Homes? Why You Should Care…

Should the city give them waivers, and variances, and change the zoning, and allow a major commercial intrusion into a single family neighborhood? That’s the big question on the table for the PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING […]