Juhl, a downtown Las Vegas mixed-use development located at the southeast corner of Bonneville Avenue and Third Street, announced the topping off of its mid-rise residential building.
This milestone marks the first topping off for the six-building condominium and retail project. The concrete roof deck of the nine-story building is scheduled to be poured on April 16, according to CityMark Development officials.
“This a major milestone, but just one of many in this multi-faceted project,” said Russ Haley, vice president and chief financial officer of San Diego-based CityMark Development. “The city of Las Vegas has pointed to juhl as part of the new direction of downtown, and we’re pleased to show our progress.”
Juhl consists of six towers, ranging from six to 15 stories, and features 341 walkup, loft, penthouse and studio units as well as 24,000 square feet of dedicated retail space. Move-ins are on schedule to begin in Spring 2008.
Juhl residences range in size from 600 to 2,500 square feet and offer studios, one and two-bedroom designs, as well as street-level shopkeeper units in more than 100 floor plans. Many homes are also customizable, allowing residents to personalize their living space. Located only blocks from the famed Fremont Street Experience in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, juhl is just steps away from world-class shopping, dining and entertainment.
Residential features include 10-foot ceilings with exposed mechanicals, floor-to-ceiling dual-glazed windows for sound insulation, and low-emission glass for sun protection and energy efficiency. The kitchens feature granite slab countertops, European maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances as well as designer-selected Grohe plumbing fixtures.
Juhl is located at Bonneville Avenue and Third Street in downtown Las Vegas.
Juhl is a $180 million project from CityMark Development, a San Diego-based development firm.
For more information, visit www.juhl-lv.com.