Newport Lofts is part of the renaissance of downtown Las Vegas. Along with a number of new development projects that complement established dining and entertainment venues, the 24-story Newport Lofts is one of the first completed luxury vertical communities downtown.
“Downtown Las Vegas is experiencing a rebirth with emerging dining, cultural and entertainment sites, as well as brand-new residential offerings including Newport Lofts. It has truly become a happening place where Las Vegans come for home, work and amusement,” said sales agent Adam Gafke.
The high-rise community provides home buyers seeking convenient access to the downtown way of life the opportunity to purchase one of 168 customizable loft-style homes measuring from 912 to more than 3,000 square feet and priced from $179,900.
“We’ve experienced a nice spike in sales in 2009 despite the economy because more people are becoming aware of what is happening in downtown Las Vegas. Home buyers are looking long-term and recognizing the value of owning at Newport Lofts,” Gafke said.
He said the loft-style homes and its downtown location appeal to buyers.
“Our residents live in a central setting with ease of access to freeway systems and major arterial streets that can get you anywhere you want to be in Las Vegas. Our downtown location is terrific because you have easy entrée to everything,” Gafke said.
“The new ACE is the first phase of Southern Nevada’s rapid transit system and it will make getting around Las Vegas even simpler, with a station one block from Newport Lofts.”
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will provide the ACE rapid transit system offering limited-stop service between popular downtown locations, the Las Vegas Convention Center and major attractions along the famed Las Vegas Strip. It is scheduled to open this year.
“This light rail-like transportation will add to the urban lifestyle that’s just steps away from Newport Lofts,” Gafke said.
“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,” he 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.
“There are a lot of great well-established restaurants downtown and a host of one-of-a-kind eateries that are hidden gems. Many that are within walking distance offer absolutely delicious food and a great place to relax and socialize,” Gafke said.
“Plus, with the Fremont Street Experience nearby, there are plenty of other opportunities where you can hang out, catch a movie, try your luck or enjoy good conversation over a cup of coffee.”
Newport Lofts’ rooftop SkyDeck offers 360-degree views of the entire Las Vegas Valley. There is 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 24th floor is the SkyLounge where residents can utilize widescreen TVs, billiards and a bar. Residents also have access to a full-service front desk and secured parking.
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.