Las Vegas is having its moment. As The Agency recently reported, the new home of the Raiders ranks among the top housing and job markets in the country and has emerged as a thriving center for arts, culture, entertainment, medical innovation, and environmental sustainability. Answering the demand for amenity-rich living in the heart of the city is Juhl, a loft-style community catering to Downtown’s influx of artists, professionals, entrepreneurs, and families. Located moments from the city’s most iconic destinations, Juhl encompasses an entire city block amidst the lively Arts, Business, and Medical Districts.

Its collection of flats, two-story lofts, brownstones, and penthouses recently came to market for sale, offering more than 100 distinct, versatile floor plans designed to suit any lifestyle. Homes range from 600 to 2,000 square feet and feature open-plan living, ten-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces, with views encompassing downtown, the valley and mountains beyond.

Juhl takes a community-centric, highly social approach in the design and programming of its amenity spaces, which include an expansive, resort-style pool with cabanas, spa, fire pit, and summer kitchen. Amenities also include a 10th Floor Vino deck with views of The Strip, alfresco movie theatre, co-op working lounge, two-story fitness center and private pet walk. A dedicated concierge sees to residents’ requests while the Lifestyle Director curates monthly events both at Juhl and around Downtown, including live gallery painting experiences, garden brunches, and bowling nights.

The ground-floor features The Promenade at Juhl, a destination unto itself with shopping, dining, galleries, and nightlife curated specifically for Juhl and its Downtown neighborhood. Among the offerings are Classic Jewel, a popular cocktail lounge, Greens and Proteins, a healthful, family-friendly café, Le Pho Vietnamese kitchen, Downtown Décor home furnishings, and Galerie Miscre8, an urban gallery that combines street art with fine art.

“Downtown Las Vegas has evolved into a true, urban center in the heart of a world-class city,” says Uri Vaknin, a partner at KRE Capital, which owns Juhl. “Juhl naturally attracts people who appreciate its forward-thinking, creative vibe and central location amidst Downtown’s plethora of cultural attractions.” Within blocks of Juhl are the Arts District, The Smith Center For The Performing Arts, Las Vegas Academy of The Arts, Discovery Children’s Museum, and the Frank Gehry-designed Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.

The same team behind Juhl also purchased two other contemporary, condominium offerings, including The Ogden, situated in Downtown’s Fremont East Entertainment District and One Las Vegas, located on the South Strip, moments from the future Raiders stadium. Each offers amenity-rich, full-service living in the market named by CNBC as the fourth healthiest in the nation and among Forbes’ list of top 20 markets to invest in housing in 2017.

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