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Cops investigate after woman'' s body discovered at downtown Las Vegas motel space

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” 0″ src =” http://kvvu.images.worldnow.com/images/16918142_G.jpg?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180605204204″ width=” 180 “/ >( Google Maps). LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -. Las Vegas police were examining after a lady’s body was found outside of a downtown Las Vegas motel room.

Cops were called about 4:51 p.m. to the Desert Star Motel, at 1210 Las Vegas Boulevard South, near Charleston Boulevard. They said the woman was discovered in front of a space at the motel with trauma to her face and head. It was not immediately understood exactly what caused the trauma.

A guy was seen dragging the woman’s body through a doorway, police said, from the room she was remaining in to the walkway in front of another space.

Homicide Lt. Ray Spencer said a crossbow was discovered in her room, however does not think it was connected to her death.

Spencer said police were not yet examining her death as a homicide. The man was collared for questioning.

The Clark County Coroner’s workplace will launch her identity, in addition to cause and way of death, after next of kin has been informed.

Anybody with information about her death is motivated to get in touch with Las Vegas cops.

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Authorities probe death at motel near downtown Las Vegas

Published Tuesday, June 5, 2018|7:03 p.m.

Updated Tuesday, June 5, 2018|9:24 p.m.

City Cops are penetrating the death of a person whose body on Tuesday afternoon was seen being dragged by a guy from a motel space near downtown Las Vegas, Lt. Ray Spencer stated.

As of Tuesday night, the death was not being examined as a homicide, Spencer said. “We do not have anything as far as if there was a criminal act or if it was natural causes.”

Spencer said an investigation by the Clark County Coroner’s Workplace must shed light on the circumstances of the person’s death. As far as calling the death suspicious previously, it was because of a guy seen dragging the person’s body from a room, he said. “We’re nowhere close to calling this a homicide.”

Officers and medics reacted shortly before 5 p.m. Tuesday to the Desert Star motel, 1210 Las Vegas Blvd. South, south of Charleston Boulevard, Lt. Grant Rogers said.

That man who dragged the body was detained and investigators were interviewing him, Spencer said. The decedent, who was referred to as a woman, but whose gender had actually not been validated, had minor facial trauma, he added.

Additional details were not right away readily available.

Female strikes $1.4 million prize at downtown Golden Gate

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Steve Marcus A view of the Golden Gate hotel-casino in downtown Las Vegas Friday, Jan. 24, 2015.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018|11:46 a.m.

. A Wisconsin lady is leaving Las Vegas a millionaire.

The female, who remained in town for a bingo competition, hit a $1.4 million prize Tuesday morning on the Million Degrees video game at the Golden Gate in downtown Las Vegas.

The reward was the largest payout in the home’s history.

“She is a big fan of the D and Golden Gate, so we really could not have actually requested a much better winner,” said Derek Stevens, chief executive officer and owner of the Golden Gate and The D homes. “This is the most significant payout of my career in Las Vegas and our lucky casino player has actually made the experience extraordinary.”

After posturing for an image with Stevens, Golden Gate plans to publish the winner’s picture on the Million Degrees maker.

AT&T Global HQ Structure, Lease in Downtown Dallas Being Pitched to Investors

Telecom Giant’s Longterm Lease, BBB+ S&P Credit Rating Could Help Draw International Investor Interest

AT&T could quickly have a new landlord at the company’s global headquarters tower in downtown Dallas, with CBRE brokers expected to put the telecom giant’s 37-story, 965,800-square-foot tower– and, more importantly, a long-lasting lease by an extremely rated credit renter– on the marketplace in the future.

AT&T’s lease, which runs through August 2030, was structured as a sale-leaseback handle an affiliate of New York-based Icahn Enterprises LP, led by Wall Street investor and billionaire Carl Icahn.

IEP Dallas Inc., the affiliated ownership entity, has hired a team of CBRE brokers to start marketing the workplace tower, called One AT&T Plaza, at 208 S. Akard St., and the long-term lease with AT&T. Although the office tower, likewise called Whitacre Tower, last cost $60.1 million in 2008, regional realty brokers state the long-lasting lease is the most valuable part of this deal, worth approximately $278 million.

North Texas has actually seen several big sale-leaseback handle current years, including State Farm Insurance’s $825 million sale-leaseback of its local hub in Richardson, and the $344 million sale of Verizon’s school in Irving to Chicago-based Mesirow Financial.

J.C. Penney Company Inc. also seized the day to substantially diminish its business footprint in a sale-leaseback offer to Dallas designer Sam Ware, who has actually been redeveloping the home into a multi-tenant campus.

Property sources state this offer would likely be comparable with the creditworthiness of AT&T bring in worldwide and domestic financier interest from institutional financiers and high net worth individuals. According to S&P Global Ratings, the telecom giant was given a grade of BBB+. Fitch Rankings has AT&T clocking a credit score of A-.

The 35-year-old office tower, initially developed for Southwestern Bell, works as a crucial part of AT&T’s downtown Dallas school, and is currently undergoing a $100 million redevelopment to produce an “urban-tech” school designed to attract young specialists and customers alike. As part of the project, the two million-square-foot, multi-building school is likewise being relabelled Discovery District.

Upon completion, Discovery District will have room to house approximately 7,000 staff members, using outside areas for event and Wi-Fi gain access to throughout the campus. The current construction timeline of the job was not right away readily available Thursday.

AT&T’s long-term lease has contractual escalations of 2 percent yearly. As of October 2018, the lease, which was just recently renewed, has estimated profits of $278 million remaining over the regard to the offer.

AT&T and CBRE were not immediately offered to comment Thursday.

Files expose details for planned downtown Las Vegas gambling establishment

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Steve Marcus A worker runs an excavator at the website of the former Las Vegas Club casino on Main Street between Ogden Avenue and Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.

Wednesday, Might 2, 2018|12:07 p.m.

. An organized downtown Las Vegas gambling establishment will include a 459-foot-tall, 777-room hotel tower and 117,740 square feet of video gaming area where the Las Vegas Club when based on Fremont Street, according to files submitted with the city.

Derek Stevens, owner of The D gambling establishment downtown, is noted as owner and president of the 18 Fremont task, a referral to the residential or commercial property address.

According to files filed with the Las Vegas Preparation Commission, the home will have a 1,526-space parking garage across Main Street that will be connected to the casino via a sky bridge. Other facilities listed include a roof lounge, a sports book, a ballroom with conference area, a number of food and drink outlets, a swimming pool and medical spa.

The commission is scheduled to evaluate the advancement strategy and ask for five special-use allows on Tuesday prior to the plan precedes the Las Vegas City Board on June 20. The height of the prepared hotel tower also will require approval from the Federal Aviation Administration.

The old Las Vegas Club, the Mermaids gambling establishment and the Ladies of Shine Gulch strip club were taken down in 2015 to make space for the brand-new project.

Hines Closes on 27-Story First Tower High-Rise in Downtown Calgary

Houston Company Strategies Major Redevelopment for First Tower in Oilpatch, in Face of Half-Full Structure and Rising Office Job Rate

Calgary’s hard luck office market isn’t scaring off an international realty company, which stated Wednesday it obtained the 27-storey Very first Tower despite the fact that it is only 51 percent rented.

Houston-based Hines, in addition to a subsidiary of real estate funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management out of Los Angeles, purchased the 708,354-square-foot high-rise in the downtown east submarket of Calgary, and is planning a major redevelopment at the structure home to Encana, Telus and TransCanada.

A report this week from CoStar Research kept in mind the overall office market vacancy rate in Calgary fell 30 basis points in first quarter of 2018 from completion of 2017, but is still up 70 basis points year over to 15.3 percent. That rate is anticipated to climb in 2018 with the delivery of Telus Sky, a 761,235-square-foot, mixed-use tower presently under construction at 7 Ave. SW and Centre St. in Calgary’s main core, in 2018. The downtown job rate is more than 21 percent.

Increases in the vacancy rate from a year ago are being driven by new supply and that lots of tenants that pre-leased area are now putting the area they no longer require on the sublet market, according to CoStar Research study. Net asking rental rates fell 1.1 percent in the first quarter from the end of 2017 and 2.2 percent from a year ago to $16.92 per square foot.

In the face of those numbers, Hines and partner Oaktree are pushing ahead with a significant upgrade to the home at 411 1st St., part of the +15- connected office complex network that connects the city’s core through confined pathways. The group is guaranteeing a “extensive redevelopment” of the 34,000-square-foot +15- level – something it feels will drive renters to the structure.

No price was divulged on the deal or just how much will be spent on redevelopment.

” As a company, our company believe in, and are committed to, the city of Calgary with First Tower being Hines’ 2nd workplace acquisition during the recent energy recession,” stated Syl Apps, Hines handling director, in a declaration.

New area being updated will consist of a tenant lounge/collaboration location; a café and food service location with the possibility for a differentiated food hall concept; an outside balcony; a physical fitness and health centre and a modern, versatile conference facility.

For more information on the transaction, please see CoStar Compensation # 4208236.

Garry Marr, Toronto Market Reporter CoStar Group.

Honky tonk hair stylist thrilled to assist '' decide the direction' ' of downtown Las Vegas

[unable to obtain full-text material] Hair salon owner Larry Reha opens up about the winding road he took to owning a successful business, talks about what sets Makeshift Union apart and describes why he is never angered when a client doesn’t tip.

Downtown’s Excellent Vegas Festival of Beer raises a glass to the neighborhood

With 100-plus breweries and more than 500 craft developments ready for sampling, this weekend’s eighth-annual event definitely sounds terrific. But its size and scope are not why it’s called the Great Vegas Festival of Beer.

“Something we have actually truly focused on from in 2015 to this one is partnering with more business that allow us to construct the experience and making it all come together in unity,” says Brian Chapin of producer Motley Brews. “You know there will be awesome beer cocktails, cool infusions and beer with food, but likewise an opportunity to comprehend the energy and personality and passion of all the people behind it. We desire the festival to bleed into the neighborhood, due to the fact that it’s whatever great about Vegas, all these cool things happening at the local level.”

The festival has actually constantly linked its audience with regional culinary offerings, and this year’s fest will include Esther’s Kitchen, the Black Sheep and Searsucker at the 2nd Mad Craft Experience on Friday night, and more dining establishments and food trucks like Remedy, Sin City Wings and Oming’s Kitchen at Saturday’s Grand Tasting.

Among the collaborations: the return of the Zappos.com Pretzel Brewtique, where you can personalize your very own pretzel pendant to stylishly assist your sipping of the suds, and a Brooklyn Bowl-sponsored silent disco. On the beer front, anticipate surprises as well as more in your area crafted creations. Chapin states Joseph James is bringing 25 different beers to the Grand Tasting, including a series of bourbon barrel-aged royal stouts and the Dead Fox tequila barrel-aged agave ale.

FANTASTIC VEGAS FESTIVAL OF BEER April 6, 7 p.m.; April 7; 2 p.m.; $45-$100. World Market Center Pavilion, greatvegasbeer.com.

Woman struck and killed near Downtown Las Vegas Strip

A woman was struck in killed by a vehicle March 31, 2018 (NHP).
 A woman was struck in killed by a car March 31, 2018 (NHP).

A woman was struck in eliminated by an automobile March 31, 2018

( NHP). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) – A lady was struck and killed by a car Saturday night near the Downtown Las Vegas Strip. Nevada Highway Patrol cannon fodders responded to the crash on eastbound Sahara Opportunity near Industrial Road at 7:44 p.m. On arrival, troopers situated the departed female in the roadway, according to authorities.

Investigators said the woman was most likely not in a crosswalk when she was struck. The occurrence stays under examination.

The Clark County Coroner’s workplace will release the identity of the female once her family is notified.

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Overnight shooting hurts 2 ladies in downtown Las Vegas

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Officers responded to reports of shots fired in a location near 7th and Fremont streets at 2:53 a.m. Inning accordance with the investigation, an argument between party-goers broke out and turned violent when the suspects opened fire.

2 ladies were carried to a neighboring healthcare facility with non-life threatening injuries. Police did not disclose additional information about the suspects associated with the shooting.

Anybody with details about this incident is prompted to call the LVMPD at 702-828-3111.

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