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Former City Club reawakens, now The Lennox

A dormant apartment project in southeast Las Vegas has reawakened.

Developers WGH Partners of Las Vegas and Florida East Coast Realty of Miami announced Thursday that they’ve taken over the former City Club and rechristened it The Lennox Las Vegas. The developers said they’ve also restarted construction of the building at the northeast corner of Cactus Avenue and Bermuda Road.

The 200,000-square-foot, four-story building will have 100 units ranging from 900 square feet to 1,900 square feet. It will also have a ground-floor parking garage, on-site storage units and a 2,000-square-foot clubhouse and fitness center with a coffee bar and a pool.

The developers said they expect to begin leasing The Lennox in May. The Agency of Beverly Hills and Las Vegas-based Northcap will handle marketing and leasing.

Thomas & Mack Development Group is the development consultant overseeing construction. Martin-Harris Construction is the general contractor.

WGH Partners is also a partner in The Gramercy near Russell Road and the 215 Beltway. That project, also a victim of the recession, stalled in 2009 when it couldn’t find a market for its units, which were priced from $200,000 to $1 million. WGH Partners and The Krausz Cos. of California have restarted construction at the site, formerly called Manhattan West, and are marketing it as an apartment community.

Contact reporter Jennifer Robison at jrobison@reviewjournal.com. Follow @J_Robison1 on Twitter.

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