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Online Sales Tax comes to the rescue of the Shopping Mall

The Death of the Shopping Mall or Is It? Online Sales Tax is here.

For years I have heard that shopping malls are a thing of the past. In the 90s the trend to redevelop downtowns were hurting the malls. My own college town only had one store left in the mall when the downtown was […]

Four Wins or What Happens When Your Golf Course Project Goes Awry

You need land to develop. You see a struggling golf course and/or open space.  You have heard that the golf industry is over built; many courses are struggling to turn a good profit and some are closing.  You decide to purchase a golf course or open space because in your mind it is an opportunity […]

Black Mt. Golf Course May Close- GC Garcia Weighs In

GC Garcia, Inc. has experience working with homeowners and developers in situations where golf courses are looking to be redeveloped. Due diligence is prior to development is key. Know what you are buying and the risks you are taking.  The link below is a story that aired recently on Fox 5 Las Vegas about the Black […]

Badlands Golf Course issue set to Heat Up at City Council

Developing golf courses and other open space is becoming an issue in Southern Nevada.  The City of Las Vegas has been dealing with the issues surrounding the Badlands Golf Course and its development for the past few years.  G.C. Garcia has worked with the property owners and the City on this issue.  The City has […]

Badlands Golf Course Proposal Adds More Units On Golf Course

 

GC Garcia has been actively working on this project for the HOA and neighbors for the past couple of years. The developer is now proposing 230 homes, where 60 homes were shown in prior proposals.

Developing golf courses has been a nationwide trend and became an issue for Southern Nevada approximately 3 years ago
Badlands plans include more […]

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Who gets to decide when the golf course can shut down?

By April Corbin (contact)

Photo by L.E. Baskow

Monday, Aug. 28, 2017 | 2 a.m.

Badlands Golf Course

A sign marking the shuttered Badlands Golf Course with dead greens and extensive overgrowth in Summerlin on Saturday, August 12, 2017.
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One consultant calls it “the golf course gold rush.”

Operating a resource-draining business frequented by an aging customer demographic is […]

Golf Course Ownership Becoming A Tough Market

BY JEFFREY MEEHAN SPECIAL TO REALESTATE.VEGAS

July 30, 2017 – 10:52 am

The Badlands golf course in the master-planned community of Queensridge has been in a legal battle for more than two years. (Patrick Connolly RJRealEstate.Vegas)

The list has been getting longer for the number of golf course owners in Las Vegas that have sold or entered […]

Live-Work-Play Repeat: Mixed-Use Projects Regain Traction

Nevada Business Magazine               

May 1, 2017  By Doresa Banning

The 45-acre site of the former Park Lane Mall in Reno—about seven times the size of Reno’s Greater Nevada Field ballpark—has sat vacant for ten years but now is about to get made over into a development encompassing residential, retail and commercial components. As of mid-April, ground […]

New Urbanism’s Blind Eye to Industrial Developments

As Cities move from the traditional Euclidian Zoning of separation of uses to the New Urbanism of concentrated mixed uses, planners are leaving industrial land uses out. Planners in their quest to reduce sprawl resulting from tradition zoning laws, fail to account for industrial uses that do not make good neighbors for mixed-use commercial and […]