Shari Sanderson at Award Realty
Downtown Las Vegas Condos Benefit by Growth
published on 2014-11-01
When people think of Las Vegas, the Strip almost inevitably comes to mind. However, Las Vegas is much more than the Strip. One prime example is the vibrant downtown Las Vegas area. Though it has had its struggles over the years, its proximity to the Strip as well as recent development keeps optimism high for the area. Tony Hsiesh, the owner of Zappos, certainly believes in downtown Las Vegas. Not only is his famous company located here, but many employees call it home, residing at the Ogden.
Downtown Las Vegas has something for everyone. Think no Vegas experience is complete without gambling? Look no further than Fremont Street, downtown’s answer to the Strip. Freemont Street is home to a number of hotels and casinos, including the world-famous Golden Nugget. In addition, visitors come from all around to see the impressive light show on the world’s largest video screen and to ride the Slotzilla zip line. Freemont Street also hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including Oktoberfrightfest and the Downtown Hoedown.
Gambling not your thing? You prefer shopping you say? No problem. Downtown Las Vegas is home to the fun and unique Container Park. Constructed entirely from shipping containers, Container Park is an outdoor shopping experience featuring a variety of boutiques and restaurants. Kids go crazy for the 30 foot slide and water attraction located at the center of Container Park. Other than shopping, you can also enjoy a musical show at the outdoor amphitheatre.
Perhaps good eating is your thing. If so, downtown Las Vegas is where you should be. As home to a variety of eclectic restaurants, downtown is the place for every palette at every price point. From casual dining al fresco to the most formal of settings, you will find it here. For the person who prizes tradition, you can’t go wrong with Binion’s Steak House. If the hipster scene is more your thing, try Bar + Bistro or The D Grill. The options are practically endless.
All of this sounds great, you say, but where do I live? The good news is that, in addition to all of the shopping, entertaining, and dining, downtown also has great condos to choose from. One such option is the Ogden, located at 150 Las Vegas Boulevard North. Boasting a rooftop pool and sky deck with stunning Strip views, the Ogden is urban living at its best. A 24-hour concierge, fitness center, pet park, clubhouse, private transportation, and valet dry cleaning complete the amenities available to residents. Units feature contemporary design with floor-to-ceiling windows, open floor plans, and gourmet kitchens.
Another fabulous option is Newport Lofts, located at 200 Hoover Avenue. A high-rise building featuring contemporary loft-style homes, Newport Lofts is perfect for those who prefer exposed duct-work, concrete flooring, and other industrial-style design touches. Oversized windows accentuate the open floor plan and flood the space with natural light while providing superb views of the Strip or mountains. Built in 2006, Newport Lofts includes fabulous amenities such as a rooftop pool, spa, and fitness center as well as rooftop gardens, a doorman, and a concierge.
Soho Lofts is another excellent choice for downtown living. Located at 900 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Soho Lofts feature loft-style living with soaring eleven foot ceilings, exposed duct work, and sealed concrete flooring. Oversized picture windows provide stunning views of the city or mountains. All 112 units include glass-enclosed terraces, open floor plans, and designer lighting. Amenities include a rooftop pool, spa, and sun deck.
If you want a condo in the middle of the action, do yourself a favor and don’t limit your search to the Strip. Let us show you these or other buildings downtown to see if its for you.
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Downtown Las Vegas condos offer chic, urban sophistication befitting the neighborhood's renaissance. The Ogden highrise features spacious, modern condos steps from Fremont Street. Both the Newport and Soho highrises offer urban loft styles amid the galleries and restaurants of the Arts District.
Imagine waking up in your own loft with a full on view of the strip outside your picture window. If you can, then consider SoHo Lofts, located in the Las Vegas Arts District. These luxury loft condominium homes feature 11-foot ceilings, exposed mechanicals (water pipes and ventilation ducts), oversized picture windows, and customizable open floor plans.
Atop the sixteen story tower is a roof-top pool, sun deck and hot tub as well as breathtaking views of the city, mountains and ...
Newport Lofts in Las Vegas is an architecturally-significant, 23 story tower in the Arts District, between the strip and Downtown. Each loft features spectacular views of either the Strip, Downtown or the mountains. Open floorplans, high ceilings, modern finishings...Newport lofts are perfect for entertaining, and for hanging out. If you've never lived in a loft, you're in for a treat.
One of the distinctive features of Newport Lofts is the rooftop area, that include a ...
Located on Las Vegas Boulevard in downtown Las Vegas, The Ogden is a high-rise condominium building consisting of 275 units ranging in size from 815 to over 2000 square feet. The Ogden represents city living in Las Vegas with nightlife, fine dining, and entertainment all just outside its doors.
Boasting modern design, the units at The Ogden feature high-end finishes including granite, stainless steel, and hardwood. Floor-to-ceiling windows accentuate the open floor plan, filling ...
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