There are many amazing high-rise condos in Las Vegas, especially on the Strip. However, if you head off the Strip toward Downtown Las Vegas there are some great high-rise buildings you don’t want to miss.
These condos are in great locations with close proximity to bars and restaurants, but with lower prices. Even better, the HOAs are much lower as well. HOAs can be one of the biggest reasons buyers might be turned away from purchasing a high-rise condo.
The first reason would be if you love city-style living. Las Vegas is not the best city for walkability, but if you live in a high rise in downtown Las Vegas, you can walk to a lot of places such as bars and restaurants, Container park for live music and a beverage, Fremont street for bar hopping or first Friday local artists, or to the Downtown 3rd farmers market.
Another reason to consider high-rise living is the amenities. You will have a gym, a pool, and a spa in your building you can access at any time, but don’t have to keep up the maintenance. You can also lock your door and leave for months at a time and know your home is safe with the 24 security.
These towers are located just across the street from the convention center. Las Vegas hosts around 60 of the 200 largest conventions in the world making it a top trade show destination. This can be a huge plus for living at Turnberry as an entrepreneur having easy access to all the shows.
But Turnberry Place is much more than that, it is a bit of a pricier tower, they are priced from the $600k up to $6m and the HOAs are from $900-$2500 per month.
But at that price you definitely get a more luxury style of living. The towers are gorgeously decorated and you have access to The Sterling Club which is a high end club with so many amazing amenities such as resort style pool, restaurants, spas for you to get massages, hair cuts and manicures, there’s a yoga studio, fitness center and even a cigar room and bar.
Allure is located right near the Strat and this area is quickly being built up. New owers rebranded the Stratosphere and renamed it the Strat and now investors are building up and cleaning up this area so now could be a good time to get into this location.
This high-rise offers resort-style living with pool deck including cabanas and amazing views of the Strat and the strip. That view never gets old!!
Units are priced from around $250k to $650k and hoas from around $400-$1000 per month.
Also located in downtown Las Vegas a bit further north and closer to Fremont, as well as the Smith Center and the North Premium Outlets. One of the loest HOAs in a high-rise unit! HOAs are only $380-$880 per month. Prices from the upper $200k – $900k. The Ogden recently did a $2m redesign to give it a fresh new look
Convenience at its finest. SoHo Lofts in the arts district has easy access to all that the arts district has to offer. But, right outside of your front door you have a sandwich shop, a bar, and a hair salon, so you really don’t need to go far for anything!
Modern industrial style units. HOAs around $600 per month depending on the size of the unit. Prices of units are around $200k-$500k for most units except for the penthouses.
The Juhl offers so many options in terms of style of living: condo style, loft style, brownstone, and penthouse. The location is great–right in the arts district.
Prices range from $300k- $1.2m and HOAs are around $500-$600 a month
Christina is your high-rise expert here in Las Vegas and would love to set up a free consultation with you to discuss which tower might work best for you!