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Bleutech Project Announcement South Las Vegas
Dated: November 9 2019
Bleutech Park, a $7.5 billion energy-efficient mini-city
has secured a parcel of land at the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard.
The project will sit on 210 acres on LV Blvd., near Cactus Avenue,
and usher in an unprecedented renaissance of the global
digital infrastructure industry into Southern Nevada
LOCAL NEWS Bleuteh Park, a 'mini digital city,' to anchor new Las Vegas development
Posted: 5:18 PM, Nov 06, 2019 Updated: 7:48 AM, Nov 07, 2019 By: KTNV Staff
We believe that Las Vegas real estate is still undervalued we are seeing housing market prices consistently going up regardless of the "recession" noise. There are many facts supporting our healthy market we are following our numbers resulting from the popularity of the city. Because of many significant and established companies who now are residents, Las Vegas start getting full exposure and attention from other markets. We don't have enough inventory to offer, like news reporting, and we are hitting $200.00 per. sq. ft mark in Henderson. The next trend uphill expected in South West, it is still the least expensive per. sq.ft real estate in comparing to Summerlin and Henderson.
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