Vegas is still a growing and maturing city that is ready to compete with the large hubs of California, Denver, Arizona and Texas. The Sansone Companies and Roland Sansone feel that to properly compete with those markets, mass transit has to improve, not just within the city, but to and from California as well. One success stories, Portland, where they now have an excellent vehicle ride share and light rail within the city.
What are some other things we should do in Las Vegas to compete?
The entry into Las Vegas (from the Airport) needs to demolish the remaining homes and buildings that are dilapidated and welcome a more inviting image of coming into Las Vegas.
Finally, we need an almost re-imagination of Las Vegas, a place that adults play, but also work as well. A place where highly intellectual individuals can bring their families in an affordable environment (tax, housing and lifestyle) that is a short drive or plane ride to any weekend getaway that they want.
There are already a lot of positives that Las Vegas has positioned itself for:
The SouthWest part of Las Vegas has one of the largest data converging areas in the United States. There is also an Expansion of industrial hubs in Las Vegas, most notably, the COH’s desire for a 55-acre master land project.