Lobby floors made of solid glass, over 340 contemporary urban residences with 10-foot floor-to-ceiling glass windows, chrome plated fixtures, and exposed concrete surfaces. The ingredients of a surefire award-winning architectural masterpiece called Juhl Lofts.
(PRWEB) June 7, 2005 -- While Las Vegas has been the hottest real estate
market for over a decade, many arenít aware of the microcosm of changes
happening in the older portions of the city. Downtown Las Vegas is experiencing
a renaissance of development with a strategic realignment of the entire region
spearheaded by Mayor Oscar Goodman. An explosion of change that is resulting in
a new Downtown Las Vegas encompassing walkable shopping, restaurants,
entertainment, galleries, and cultural centers.
The latest component in the Renaissance puzzle is the http://www.manhattanization.com/las-vegas/juhl/profile.rub[Juhl Lofts, developed by CityMark Development. The 341 http://www.manhattanization.com/las-vegas/juhl/profile.rub[Juhl Lofts will be shrouded inside a magnificent 15-story glass tower and feature over 100 contemporary floor plans. With units ranging from 600 square feet to 2,500 square feet and prices starting at $250,000, http://www.manhattanization.com/las-vegas/juhl/profile.rub[Juhl Las Vegas Condominiums will facilitate the manhattanization of Las Vegas and the inwards residential migration to Downtown Las Vegas. Juhl Las Vegas will feature over 9,000 sqft of retail space, Lobby floors made of sparkling glass, pools and spas, and a two-story cutting-edge fitness center. This is certainly a Las Vegas loft to watch and we look forward to walking its floors.
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Mr. Gunther Gedsl
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