Las Vegas is Growing, Again

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Las Vegas is growing once again with a number of new real estate projects under way in the area. These condominiums, hotels and mixed use projects are transforming the gambling capital of the world into a more livable and, in many cases, sustainable city. The downtown area is in the midst of an unprecedented shift with its new public facilities, transportation projects, galleries, clubs, shops and more. Additionally, there are a number of new developments going up around the city that are adding to its attraction as a year round destination.
CityCenter is a new mixed use development along the Strip that is between the Monte Carlo and the Bellagio. It will cover 66 acres with a 60 floor, 4000 room hotel and casino, as well as have two boutique hotels and three residence-condo towers. It is now under construction. The East Village is meant to emulate New York City’s East Village and is taking shape on 44 acres at the corner of Tropicana Road and Paradise Road. It is planned to be a one million square foot complex with 27 buildings.
Two other developments under construction are City Crossing and McCarran Village. City Crossing is located in the foothills of Black Mountain and will offer a pedestrian oriented village on 126 acres of land and have 400,000 square feet of shops and boutiques. McCarran Village is adjacent to McCarran International Airport (LAS) and the plans call for residential living on top of retail spaces. It is next door to the proposed Trop 42, a mixed use project that is still in the planning stages.
Loft 5 Las Vegas, Nevada is one of the most exciting architectural projects for residential housing in many years. The upscale modern residences range from penthouse lofts with private sky decks, to multi-level lofts with 20 ft high ceilings and private terraces.
On top of these new, mixed use projects there are many new hotels and condos. Some of the condo development that are under way include the Allure and Boca Raton, both of which are now open, the H.U.E. Lofts, and the juhl. These are but a few of the many new real estate developments and projects under way that are transforming Las Vegas.
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