In The News: Planning and Construction
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, has significantly increased the number of all-gender bathrooms on its campuses.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas underwent a sizable overhaul recently by changing the signage associated with 165 of its single-use public restrooms to "All Gender/Family Restroom."
Jamie Sprague-Ballou’s heart raced in fear every time she walked into a public restroom when she was transitioning from male to female.
Jamie Sprague-Ballou’s heart raced in fear every time she walked into a public restroom when she was transitioning from male to female. In the women’s restroom, she risked being humiliated by security. In the men’s restroom, she risked violence.
When developer Frank Marretti acquired 2 acres across from the UNLV campus along Maryland Parkway in 2013, he wasn’t sure what the future would hold for the land.
The latest redesign proposal for a major intersection near UNLV and McCarran International Airport would send drivers underground.
The area surrounding UNLV comprises an assortment of suburban-scale apartments and strip-mall retail plazas, and that’s pretty much the way it’s been for years. But this year, the University District will see the addition of two large-scale developments that will not only begin to transform the neighborhood, but will also change the feel of the campus itself.
UNLV is in the process of getting campus upgrading for students.
When the University of Nevada, Las Vegas purchased a 42-acre plot of vacant land on Tropicana Avenue in December, Clark County Commissioner Mary Beth Scow was the first to reach out to the academic institution.
Major changes are ahead for University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) students with the announced three-phase redevelopment of a student housing community at the north end of campus. Local developer The Midby Cos. will be transforming University Park Apartments, a 1960s-era garden-style apartment community, into a modern student housing development called U District.
he completion date for a new parking garage at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas was pushed back for a second time after state education officials on Friday approved a new timeline for the $18 million project.
A UNLV official plans to talk with Clark County officials on Monday about acquiring 38 acres owned by the county that sit between The Thomas & Mack Center and a proposed stadium site off Tropicana Avenue.