Las Vegas has become an increasingly popular place to live and work. The cost of living is approximately 33% lower than that of New York City. Las Vegas ranks in the bottom 25% in cost of living out of the 447 largest cities in the world.
Some of the best places to live, shop, and dine are off the strip in neighborhoods like Summerlin, Green Valley, Silverado Ranch, Seven Hills, and Anthem.
The common reputation of Las Vegas is a city of non-stop partying and gambling, however, there is much more to the city and surrounding area than what lies in the imagination of most.