|Crazy Vegas Numbers|
|Numbers that make Las Vegas|
At $11+ billion CityCenter is the most expensive privately funded construction project in U.S. History.
North Las Vegas was the second-fastest growing US city from 2004-2005 with a growth from 158,540 to 176,635, an 11.4% increase.
McCarran airport was the nations 5th busiest in 2005
The average price for one acre of land on the Las Vegas Strip is $27 million.
The Las Vegas area has grown by 15.2% since the 2000 census and is the fastest growing metro area in the US
There were 16,067 slot machines in Nevada in 1960. In 1999 Nevada had 205,726 slot machines, one for every 10 residents.
About 38 million visitors every
year drop more than $6 billion (U.S.) in Las Vegas just gambling, and that number keeps
47.7 million passengers used
McCarran Airport in 2007
Clark County gaming revenue in 2007 was $10.8 billion
71.3 percent of Nevadans live in Clark County in 2004.