Explore Your Artistic Side in Las Vegas High Rise Condos
Living in the suburbs can be dull and drain your imagination, but Las Vegas high-rise condos have the potential to feed your need for artistry.
From the earliest Lentor Modern Price sketches to final construction, art has been at the forefront of many of our Las Vegas high-rises. These art-inspired communities, a few of which are listed below, are jewels of the city. They add uniqueness and variety to Las Vegas and give investors the opportunity to explore their creativity.
The Ultra Modern Veer Towers
When most investors think of blending art with real estate, they visualize City Center. It’s no wonder when you consider the stunning architecture of Veer Towers. The towers, rising like magic from the Las Vegas Strip, angle toward each other in an attitude reminiscent of glittering geodes.
Boasting natural lighting, this property is one of the LEED gold certified buildings in Las Vegas. This means that living here is not only good for your spirit, it’s good for the environment. Combined with the urban surroundings, City Center’s art infused parks, and the rooftop infinity pool, living in a Veer Tower is like living in an oasis of creativity.
More Urban Living at the Newport Lofts: Las Vegas Arts District
The modern residences of Newport Lofts are located within walking distance of Las Vegas’ vibrant art scene. The architecture is sophisticated and homes feature open floor plans with staggering views.
At the top of the property, experience a 360 degree view of the Las Vegas valley and surrounding mountains. If the view fails to inspire you, the property has various installations of public art.
Metropolis and Art Deco Inspired Elegance
This 19-story property is located on Desert Inn Road, just across from the Wynn’s verdant golf course. Sweeping and symmetrical lines, rich woods, metal and glass create an air of Art Deco elegance.
But don’t be fooled by the apparent historic look of the property. Metropolis Las Vegas was built in 2005 and features modern conveniences. Granted, some of the conveniences, like the private wine room, are inspired by old-fashioned charm, but everything is designed with regard for comfort.