Las Vegas High-Rise – Real Estate
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There will be few Juhl Lofts resales on the market at this time or possibly none, but what is available should display from the link above. This information is updated every 24 hours. There are 11 units on the market as of January 10, 2019 at prices ranging from $250,000 and $890,000. The average cost per sq. ft. of these listed properties is $363.
A few units have recorded here to individual buyers, but most of the units, 309, were sold to a single entity in April, 2012. KRE group purchased the unsold units two years ago and plan on releasing them for sale in blocks over the next 5 years.
This loft style development is at the intersection of Bonneville and Fourth St. between the Arts District and Freemont St. Experience. See photo, Soho Lofts in the background. It is 6 to 15 stories and has 341 units. Home sizes range from 584 to 1,728 sq. ft. Over 100 different floor plan variations were available.
Development amenities include two story fitness center, rooftop pool, spa and viewing deck, covered gated parking and lobby floors of clear glass. There will be 13 retail store fronts for shops, cafes and other services on the bottom floor.
Unit amenities include granite slab countertops, European maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, low emission glass windows category 5e data wiring and RG6 quad-shield cabling for high-speed internet.
This was the first four high-rise developments active north of Sahara. Soho Lofts, Newport Lofts and Streamline Towers are the others. This older central area is home to the Arts District and has been undergoing a re-vitalization over the last few years. Union Park, a 61 acre development just west of Fremont, is becoming a reality. The Lou Ruvo Brain Institute is now finished and the Smith Center for the Performing Arts will hopefully break ground in the near future. The World Jewelry Center with 1 million sq. ft. is in the planning stages. The World Market Center, just to the west of this is partly finished and in operation. The World Market center will have over 12 million sq. when completed.
All this development is in the general area of Juhl Lofts. I have been skeptical of this and other high-rise development downtown and in some ways still am, but I do think that in the long term, Juhl Lofts could turn out to be a surprisingly good investment. Call me or email me it you need more information. If I represent you in a purchase here, my services to you are free, the builder pays my fees and you pay no more.