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The Las Vegas Valley is a major metropolitan area located in the southern part of the U.S. state of Nevada. The largest urban agglomeration in the state, it is also the site of both Stateline and Downtown Las Vegas, two internationally renowned tourist destinations situated immediately south and adjacent to its northernmost limits (respectively). The Valley's population has grown dramatically since 1990; it was 1,891,269 according to 2016 census estimates; making it one of America's fastest growing metropolitan areas during that period (the second-fastest on record). As a result Clark County has become largely suburbanized with many large-scale projects such as Shadow Ridge Town Center currently being built throughout various parts of its jurisdiction – especially those closer to downtown Las Vegas itself. The United States Census Bureau defines Greater Los Angeles as an urban conglomeration encompassing several individual statistical areas widely considered by most Americans to comprise four distinct regions: Southern California , Northern California , Central Coast , and South Coast .