Sunny Las Vegas is a global presence which is famous for its shopping, fine dining, gaming, tourism, theme parks, roller coasters,museums, and zoos/gardens. Shoppers’ havens galore can be found in the city at the Via Bellagio, the Grand Canal Shops at the Venetian, and the Town Square Las Vegas.
Delectable dining experiences can satisfy every palate and range from sumptuous buffets at Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas to delicious meals at exotic restaurants such as the Greek Estiatoria Milos. A wide variety of museums call the city home and cater to people of all interests from antique lovers to car enthusiasts (Antique Collection At Main Street Station and Auto Collections at Imperial Palace). Theme parks such as the Adventuredome (at Circus Circus) and the New York New York and Desperado(225 foot drop) roller coasters await the thrill seeker. Tourists can be awed by trips to the panoramic Grand Canyon West Rim and the awesome Hoover Dam, and nature lovers will be enthralled with the Las Vegas Zoo (which features over 150 kinds of animals and plants), Shark Reef (a captivating aquarium), and the Bellagio Conservatory (an enchanting garden/arboretum).
Las Vegas’ population is comprised of a hodgepodge of blue collar and white collar workers, and the city is growing in attraction to single, educated professionals; retirees, and families with school-aged children. The largest percentages of the city’s workforce are employed in office and administrative support, sales, and food services.
Las Vegas offers a diverse mix of neighborhoods to suit the tastes of all. From the young, single educated, professional to the retiree as well as for families with school age children, the right fit can be found for everyone in the housing market in this delightful city. Each community is unique and is shaped by the character of its residents.