Stephanie Village to ‘Live It Up’ on new tour

The developers of Stephanie Village, a mid-rise development located in the Green Valley area, plan to participate in The Live It Up Tour, a charitable event featuring giveaways that takes place Oct. 11-14. The event is hosted by the newly formed Vertical Living Coalition.

A total of 11 developers have joined the coalition, while the tour will benefit the Keep Memory Alive Foundation and the Lou Ruvo Brain Institute, now under construction in downtown Las Vegas.

“The coalition began as a means to educate the residents of Las Vegas on the unique community development that exists within our changing valley,” said John Eisele, spokesman for the Vertical Living Coalition. “This tour allows Las Vegas home buyers not only to see, up close and personal, the lifestyles and communities we offer, but the chance to win some fabulous prizes. It’s a style of living similar to what we find in Manhattan, Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco and L.A. Our coalition communities provide this means of living right here in Las Vegas. For each of the 11 developers involved, it gives us the opportunity to give something back and make a sizeable donation to charity.”

Brian Krueger, sales manager for Stephanie Village, said the tour highlights upcoming trends in real estate.

“The tour will showcase how the landscape of Las Vegas is changing and how it will continue to evolve,” he said. “Stephanie Village is a perfect example of this evolvement.”

The Live It Up Tour also coincides with the developer’s plans to open a sales information center.

“We are thrilled to bring such an exciting sales environment to the Las Vegas area,” Krueger said, mentioning the furnished model inside the center.

“We invite all tour participants to relax and enjoy refreshments in our new Barista area during this incredible event.”

The Keep Memory Alive Foundation is a local nonprofit organization supporting the Lou Ruvo Brain Institute.

The Lou Ruvo Brain Institute will be designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry. The facility will be a focal point of the new 61-acre Union Park development.

The Live It Up Tour will kick off with a reception for real estate professionals at downtown’s World Market Center Oct. 11. Friday through Sunday will feature community tours for the public.

As participants acquire tour stamps for their Passport to Living from participating communities, they become eligible for giveaways and prizes.

For more information, including a map of the tour, times and locations or to make a donation, visit

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