353 E. Bonneville
Association Fee 1: 461+
Association Fee Includes: Cable, Concierge, Gas, Landscape, Maintenance, Management, Sewer, Water
Juhl is a loft-style project in downtown Las Vegas at the intersection of Bonneville and 4th Avenue. The 10 story building has 344 residences plus limited ground-floor commercial space.
Juhl’s design encourages lots of social engagement. To promote that they have a Lifestyle Director as an amenity. There is a 2 story state-of-the-art fitness center. In addition, there is a 10th floor Vino deck with strip views. For those with pets, there is a private pet walk. To assist the residents there is also a concierge.
As of early 2020 prices range from the low $200’s to nearly $900k. Wonderful urban living. For other similar properties, see our High Rises page.
Downtown Las Vegas
Union Pacific Railroad auctioned land in Downtown Las Vegas on May 5, 1905. That is the day Las Vegas considers its birthday. For the 100 year birthday, a revitalization program was started. Now, 15 years later, it’s amazingly different than it was.
Downtown Las Vegas was the center of the glitz and glamour until the 1990s when the Las Vegas Strip started opening 2-3 mega-resorts a year, creating a perpetual motion machine that made the city ” Boomtown.” In the 1990s, the suburbs in the valley were growing to house the businesses and workers on the Las Vegas Strip. With expansion came an infrastructure boom, and downtown was left on the struggle on its own.
Since 2005, The Fremont Street Experience has been a major tourist draw, and with it, the rest of downtown has changed. There are now 5 mixed-use buildings in the area combining retail, commercial and residential. The new residential help the businesses in the area that used to only cater to businesses during the day and had no nighttime business.
The Regional Justice Center, Clark County Government Complex, Federal Courthouse, Zappo’s, and Premium Outlet Center are a few examples of non-gaming, larger employers located downtown. Symphony Park, World Market Center, IRS, and Cleveland Clinic have all joined the mix of the new downtown.
More Housing Downtown
The Ogden, Metropolis, Newport Lofts, Soho Lofts, and Juhl have collectively added over 1500 luxury residential condominiums to Downtown Las Vegas, and more keep coming. Downtown has once again become a great place to live and work. With the luxury high-rises, modern lofts, and older quaint ranch homes, both millennials and baby boomers are flocking to the area.
If you’d like to consider calling Downtown Las Vegas home, take a look at the available units in the high rise buildings. Also, see homes available on our Downtown Las Vegas Info page and homes search. Viewing residences in these secure buildings usually require a 24-hour in advance showing appointment. Call our office today to schedule one.
This website and information are made available for you to explore by Kurt Grosse with Realty One Group. Kurt is a Las Vegas Top-Producing Realtor since 1996 and a Retired Building Engineer (P.E., C.E.). His goal with his buyers and sellers is to use his skills and knowledge to protect them in this ever-changing Las Vegas Real Estate Market. With how quickly homes are built in Southern Nevada, his skills are invaluable.