Monday, June 27, 2005
Monday, June 20, 2005
The newest loft project coming to Las Vegas is currently the smallest to date. The French Quarter, which just started selling units last week, will be only be 11 stories with 6 units per floor. The top floor will have 4 penthouse lofts built to the purchasers specifications. The project is so new the developer has next to nothing available for display. The outside of the building will be standard fare. Interiors will feature travertine flooring, granite counters and other luxuries.
Las Vegas, like so many other areas of the country, has seen a huge increase in the amount of loft projects being constructed. Most projects are sold out many months before construction even begins. Many projects are now also pet friendly, with designated dog runs and on ground facilities.
Tuesday, June 14, 2005
Thursday, June 09, 2005
The latest entry in the downtown vegas loft race is named Juhl (pronounced Jewel). Juhl will be located on E Bonneville street, just blocks from the strip and on the outer rim of what is traditionally known as downtown Las Vegas. The tower(s) will be 6 to 15 stories and will have glass floors in the lobbies. The project is being developed by Citymark, a well known San Diego developer. I have posted floor plans but the actual size of the units haven't been disclosed, although they start at 600 square feet up to 2,200 or 2,500 square feet, depending on which page of their site or the developer you are looking on. Its a safe bet the penthouse respresents the top end of the scale. Juhl will have studio, one and two bedroom units as well. For more information on this project, feel free to contact Jacqulyn directly.