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In the Entertainment Capital of the World
Las Vegas is known globally for its glamour, expansive hotels, eclectic events for all ages, championship fights and the casinos that make all this possible. The Las Vegas strip created the demand for long-term, full-time employment opportunities and a flourishing city. Businesses that service hotels and casinos, and industries that service the millions of residents living in the area, continue to show interest in Las Vegas.
Our exceptional neighborhoods are amenity-rich, ideally located and offer stylish floor plans. Every new home in Las Vegas is fully upgraded with high-end finishes, smart features and luxurious updates. Welcome to LGI Homes in Vegas!
More Than Meets the Eye
- #1 'Most Fun Cities in America' (Wallethub, 2021)
- #10 'Top Cities to Relocate to Around the World' (Money)
- 300 days of sunshine each year
- Home of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
- Large companies: MGM Resorts International, Caesars Entertainment, Las Vegas Sands, Johnson Electric, Wynn Resorts
- No state income tax
Frequently Asked Questions
Continue reading for answers to frequently asked questions about our homes, community and the area.
Does Las Vegas have high tax rates on property and income?
Nevada residents enjoy no state income tax—property taxes in the Las Vegas area are low compared to many other states, which helps families save on expenses. Many everyday items, such as gas and food, cost less than other popular west coast destinations like San Diego and Los Angeles.
When was Las Vegas, NV established?
Las Vegas was founded in 1905 by rancher William A. Clark and railroad tycoon Checkers Smith. The city was initially named Las Vegas after the Spanish word for "the meadows," which described the area's lush desert oasis. Las Vegas is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations today. It is known for its extravagant hotels, casinos and vibrant nightlife.
Where is Las Vegas located in Nevada?
Las Vegas is in Clark County, Nevada, in the southern part of the state. The city is east of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and north of the Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area. Las Vegas is part of the Mojave Desert.
Who are the largest employers in Las Vegas?
What are the largest industries in Las Vegas?
Las Vegas is the world's entertainment capital and is well-known for tourism, hospitality and gaming. Other significant industries in the city include Aerospace & Defense, Healthcare, Information Technology, Manufacturing and Logistics, Mining and Natural Resource Technologies, according to NV.gov.
Are there any family-friendly attractions in Las Vegas?
Absolutely! Las Vegas is full of fun and exciting attractions for the whole family. Whether you are looking for an adrenaline-filled adventure, educational experiences, animal encounters or something unique and special, you'll find it in Las Vegas.
Some of the most popular family attractions in Las Vegas include The Adventuredome Indoor Theme Park, Discover Children's Museum, High Roller, Bellagio Fountain, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and Fremont Street Experience.
How far is the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas?
Grand Canyon West in Mohave County, Arizona, is 125 miles from Las Vegas. According to Google Maps, you can reach Grand Canyon West in about 2 hours via US-93 S.