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Downtown Newport Lofts offers urban living

Newport Lofts is a high-rise development downtown offering 168 customizable loft-style homes measuring from 912 to more than 3,000 square feet. Immediate move-ins and myriad design options are available.

“This is a great time for home shoppers seeking a new home in a luxury high-rise community to visit Newport Lofts. For a limited time our unique loft-style residences are priced from only $179,900,” sales agent Adam Gafke said. “We’ve experienced a nice spike in sales as more people are becoming aware of what is happening in downtown Las Vegas. Home buyers are looking long term and recognizing the great opportunity they now have to own at Newport Lofts.”

Located in the heart of the valley, the high-rise building is near downtown shops, restaurants and local commerce.

“Newport Lofts is in a prime location in the downtown Arts District and is right in between the Strip and the Fremont Street Entertainment District where a myriad of new shops, restaurants and entertainment venues are quickly popping up,” Gafke said. “In addition to being home to art galleries, one-of-a-kind stores, dining and entertainment, the Arts District hosts the monthly First Friday open-air cultural festival where you can enjoy live music, dining and the Las Vegas arts scene.”

For times when residents prefer not to venture out, Newport Lofts’ rooftop SkyDeck offers 360-degree views of the entire Las Vegas Valley. It is home to a swimming pool and spa, a running track that spans the perimeter of the deck and an exercise facility with locker rooms. Also located on the rooftop is the SkyLounge.

“Newport Lofts’ SkyLounge has become a popular place for residents to hang out, relax and enjoy themselves,” Gafke said. “At this time of year, the lounge is filled on weekends with people cheering on their favorite teams while watching the big-screen, flat-panel TV. The billiard table is seeing quite a bit of action, and residents are using the catering kitchen and serving bar. Some people just come up there to relax in the lounge seating, to access free Wi-Fi or to just enjoy the uninterrupted views of the Las Vegas Valley.”

“At these extraordinary prices inventory will be gone quickly. A few floor plans are already sold out,” Gafke said.

Newport Lofts is located at 200 Hoover Ave., just off Las Vegas Boulevard in downtown Las Vegas. The sales office is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

For more information, call 880-4321 or visit newportloftslv.com.

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