Honestly, it was all a blur, buying the house. I was a bachelor then — early thirties, a strange time to settle down. Strange place. On the far southwestern edge of town, way out by Blue Diamond, up against the desert hills
In late August, the Las Vegas chapter of the American Institute of Architects hosted an all-day design charrette on the top floor of the World Market Center in the city’s growing Downtown, not far from the nexus of social service providers along the city’s Corridor of Hope, and in sight of the Historic Westside, a neighborhood waiting for its own transformation.