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Sullivan Square features live/work residences in southwestern valley

Sullivan Square, located in the southwestern Las Vegas Valley, is offering options, according to the developer. The 16.5-acre mixed-use community is highlighted by live/work spaces and traditional brownstones, which can appeal to those looking for the benefits of city living without having to be downtown or in the middle of the Strip.

“Sullivan Square is a neighborhood that celebrates and welcomes diversity,” said Paul K. Chung, Chief Operating Officer of GSG Development, the project’s developer. “With several options for living at various price points, Sullivan Square will attract residents from all walks of life.”

The developer is promoting the residences’ designs.

“The live/work spaces available at Sullivan Square are inspired by and can be found in major cities across the country,” Chung said. “Residents of the live/work spaces will be situated above the retail stores on market street, such as the coffee shop or bakery, and will have direct street access to the heart of the community.”

Sullivan Square’s live/work spaces will be available in floor plans ranging from 500 to 2,000 square feet, with prices starting in the mid-$300,000s.

Interiors of the live/work spaces include wood flooring in the kitchen, main living area and dining room, quartz stone countertops with glass mosaic backsplashes and Italian-designed cabinetry in the kitchen and baths.

“Residents may also opt to purchase the retail space below their living quarters for retail use — expanding upon the 25 shops and services currently planned for our market street,” Chung said.

Also available are Sullivan Square’s traditional brownstones. Mirroring architecture found throughout the country, the three-story brownstones offer characteristic design to those built in the 17th or 18th century. The brownstones are available in seven floor plans that include characteristic amenities and features such as coffered ceilings; curved, open stairways with wooden banisters; flat, straight, white walls; wood flooring throughout the entire home — excluding the baths — and a fireplace with a marble, neo-classical design.

Kitchens include granite or marble countertops, subway-tiled backsplashes, stainless- steel appliances and an apron kitchen sink with a traditional faucet. Upper-level cabinetry will feature glass doors. Baths have black and white octagon- tiled floors, pedestal sinks and claw-footed tubs — a classic, turn of the century design. Master suites will include separate, marble-tiled showers.

The traditional brownstones at Sullivan Square are available in floor plans ranging from 1,700 to 1,900 square feet throughout the three floors. Prices begin at just over $1 million.

“With only 40 to 50 brownstones planned for the entire project, these traditional brownstones have a level of exclusivity,” Chung said. “Their interiors will match the price point, offering luxurious living to the residents.”

A nontraditional and unique feature for Sullivan Square live/work spaces and brownstones is direct access from the second floor of the residence to a connected parking garage.

A furnished vignette is currently on display at the Sullivan Square Sales Center, showcasing interior amenities of the Madison Tower I and II residences. The modern, European design offers a timeless, contemporary feel that allows residents a clean canvas to create a distinctive look in their home. Madison Tower II is currently offering 176 units with 27 floor plans ranging in size from 641 to nearly 1,900 square feet, with first-release prices beginning in the low $300,000s.

Upon completion, Sullivan Square will consist of about 1,300 residences. The neighborhood will soon offer mid-rise terraced condominiums, Chicago-style lofts and townhomes, completing the community’s six options of urban living.

Amenities at Sullivan Square include a 1.5-acre community park, a dog park, concierge and valet services, extensive workout facilities, pools and tennis courts.

Sullivan Square’s market street will be filled with 25 locally owned shops and services, including a full-service deli, neighborhood pub, fine restaurant, florist, fresh fish monger, wine shop, coffee shop and bakery.

Located at Sunset Road and Durango Drive just off Interstate 215, the Las Vegas Beltway, Sullivan Square is in the heart of the Las Vegas Valley’s emerging “West Village.” West Village’s 400 acres are zoned for high-density, mixed-use development, 10,000 housing units, several hundred-thousand square feet of retail space and several million square feet of office space.

The Sullivan Square Sales Center is located at 8930 Spanish Ridge Avenue and is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

To visit the Sullivan Square Sales Center from I-215 South, exit Russell Road and head north on Frontage Road. Turn east on Hacienda Avenue and south into The Park at Spanish Ridge.

For further information about Sullivan Square, call the sales center at 733-1108 or visit sullivansquare.net.

Sullivan Square is being co-developed by GSG Development and Harcourt Developments. GSG Development is a Las Vegas-based commercial and residential development firm and Harcourt Developments is a Dublin, Ireland-based international property development, investment and management company. Harcourt Developments has financed 100 percent of the project’s building costs.

 

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