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It’s not often the death of one person evokes the kind of sadness and sense of loss as that of Tony Hsieh.
The Downtown Project has been renamed.
The project started by Zappo’s CEO Tony Hseih will now be called DTP Companies.
If you’ve been here for more than a decade, you know downtown Las Vegas has changed … a lot.
From swanky high-rise penthouses to 170-square-foot micro-units, downtown Las Vegas has a lot of residential living options — and city officials want to get that word out.
Tony Hsieh’s downtown project took Las Vegas by storm five years ago.
A new book examines the highs and lows of The Downtown Project.
Revisiting Tony Hsieh's wonderland with a new book about the Downtown Project
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, who has funded efforts to revitalize Downtown Las Vegas, has said he would do things differently if he were starting the project now.
It has been nearly five years since Zappos boss Tony Hsieh unveiled ambitious plans for a private urban renewal effort designed to revitalize downtown Las Vegas.
Downtown Project began with a splash.
There’s perhaps no better place to gauge the health of Las Vegas than in one of its oldest sections, its urban core.
A retro hotel-casino in Las Vegas will soon host participants in the emerging sport of drone racing.
Vegas Inc reports that the Downtown Project says it will hold a drone competition at the vacant Western Hotel on Nov. 15.
The Bunkhouse Saloon, a watering hole and music venue that opened nearly 60 years ago, closed this week.
Another Downtown Project business, clothing store Coterie has closed.
It’s been some four years since Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh announced the Downtown Project. This was a $350 million gambit to upgrade the urban core of Las Vegas.
How successful have Zappos’ CEO Tony Hsieh and the Downtown Project been in their effort to revitalize Las Vegas' historic downtown?
You always see cargo containers at the ports: those giant Lego-like metal rectangles stacked on each other. But reimagine a cargo container as a home.