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Work progresses in Las Vegas' Corridor of Hope

Posted at 6:04 PM, May 17, 2018

Demolition has officially begun on the Courtyard, leading to a permanent building located in the Corridor of Hope.

It's a place where the homeless can go to get all the resources they need in one place.

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The project has been in the works for some time now. The city of Las Vegas budgeted $15 million to create a one-stop shop to help people with things like social services, job assistance and anything they might need.

"Sounds like a great thing and you know, it's needed,” said Harold Martin, who has been homeless for two months.

Mayor Carolyn Goodman says the first step of the process is to make everyone feel safe there and let them know they can get back on their feet.