Downtown Las Vegas, home to the casinos and hotels, is the city’s most accessible neighborhood, but housing is sparse there. Surrounding neighborhoods where there’s more on offer, are served by express bus service. There’s service to McCarran Airport, too, via express shuttle and regular city bus service.
Vegas isn’t just about casinos, medicine is a growing industry as well. The University of Las Vegas and Zappo’s, the internet shoe store, are also based in Vegas.
Most errands require a car.
View all Las Vegas apartments on a map. The average rent is $995 and the average home price is $225,952.
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There are about 1,605 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Las Vegas.
People in Las Vegas can walk to an average of 2 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.
A few nearby public transportation options. Find Las Vegas apartments for rent near public transit.
Las Vegas has some public transportation and about 34 bus lines.
The map above shows how far you can travel in 30 minutes from Las Vegas on public transit.
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