The Ogden Las Vegas
Are you looking for a condo with great views and a contemporary atmosphere? A place close to work and play? Somewhere you can be at home in luxury and walk to dinner at 100 restaurants? The Ogden may be the place to call home!
The Ogden is located at 150 N. Las Vegas Blvd. at the corner of Ogden and LVB in the epicenter of Downtown Las Vegas. As the closest residence to the Fremont Street Experience, the residents of this contemporary building enjoy everything Downtown Las Vegas offers.
The Ogden is 27 floors high with an incredible view. There are 275 condominiums with 5 floors of parking. Residences range from 1-3 bedrooms from 870 – 2000 square feet and start in the mid $ 250s. The ground floor is the lobby and mixed-use retail designed to please the most discerning resident. There are currently 2 eateries and a laundry/dry cleaner.
Amenities of The Ogden
Residences were designed for luxury and views and they were successful. Finishes are contemporary with lots of wood, and stone. Floor to ceiling walls of windows compliment the entire open feel of the floorplans. Modern bath and light fixtures, stainless steel appliances, and stacked washer and dryers add “modern” to the units. Residences also use Nest smart apps and thermostats.
Within the building, the state-of-the-art fitness center is located on the 15th floor so that everyone can enjoy the grandness of the views. The 16th floor is where the business center conference room is located and the resident’s clubhouse also utilizing The Ogden’s spectacular views.
The pool is on the roof surrounded by a sun deck and lounges for entertaining and sunning. You’ll especially enjoy the clear enclosure wind block wall that surrounds the roof to enhance the useability of this great space on windy days and evenings. This pool deck adds a lot of romance and fun to the building.
History of the Ogden
During the early 2000s, Downtown Las Vegas needed to rebrand itself to compete with the mega-resorts on the Las Vegas Strip. The first improvement came with the Fremont Street Experience. Next came businesses, spruce up and residences. With all of the new businesses coming into downtown, high-rises and lofts were a logical choice.
In 2005 The Streamline was approved by the city by a group of investors that included former Las Vegas Stars baseball player, Dusty Allen. This impressive complex was completed in May of 2008 just in time for the recession to take its toll.
A few units were sold, legal battles started and in 2009 The Streamline was foreclosed upon. Thinking out of the box, 2010 was the year of renting out the building. Then a rebranding with a name change to “The Ogden” which is the street the building sides in 2011 also helped the growth.
Fast forward to 2013 and the building was purchased again by an investor who started selling residences after the leases expired and the units were revamped. The entire building was sold out by the end of 2019. It took 10 years but the Ogden is finally what it was intended to be- fun and a great place to live.
Residents enjoy secure card keys entrances, security cameras, and a 24/7 security team to see to your safety. Valets will park your vehicles and carry packages to your door for you. The concierge will order flowers for you or book an evening on the town which adds to the experience of making the Odgen your Downtown Las Vegas home.
Downtown Las Vegas
In the 12 years since Streamline was completed, Downtown has completely changed. The Fremont Street Experience received a makeover in 2019 by getting a new Vivid Vision Canopy with an interactive app. There are two band stages and street performers now have assigned circles to perform in with rules.
In 2019 we also saw the completion of Project Neon, a billion-dollar freeway project. Among other legs of the project, direct access was provided to Downtown Las Vegas’ main access streets from I-15. The Downtown Events Center opened which hosts numerous concerts and events drawing large crowds. The Smith Center theatre opened bringing art and culture to the area.
We’ve seen Zappos make a business campus at the old Las Vegas City Hall and the RTC opened a new bus station downtown. The D and the Downtown Grand Hotel have also opened. Other hotels have had expansions and remodeling done. Six condominium/loft buildings and Veterans Village have brought residents to the area helping to keep off- Freemont businesses going at night. World Market, the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health and the Las Vegas Outlet Mall which all bring employment to the area. It’s a gradual process but Downtown Las Vegas is Growing!
Other Las Vegas Condo Options
There are High Rise towers on the Las Vegas Strip, Downtown and in Summerlin that cost between $180K and $10M. However, Condominiums and Mid-Rises off of the Las Vegas Strip, in Downtown Las Vegas, on Las Vegas Blvd. South, and in Summerlin, Henderson and Lake Las Vegas all are stylish for less money. Luxury Townhouses may be another option for you to consider for your housing needs. Feel free to explore further on the link below.
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.