September 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);9/1/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 35, p6
The article looks at the effect of housing and economic downturn on development projects in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to Klif Andrews, president of Pardee Homes' Nevada division, home building at Coyote Springs has been delayed for 19 months and prices have yet to be determined. Housing analyst Dennis Smith has projected that there would be 8,200 to 8,500 building permits for 2008 in the city, which is the lowest since the mid-1980.


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