Echelon condos at Centennial Hills in North Las Vegas has construction progressing. The concrete and steel structure, for one of the six luxury mid rise condominium buildings, by Steve Aizenberg, real estate developer, is complete.
The real estate developer has combined the urban high rise living from San Francisco, CA. Convenience is at the forefront of Echelon’s amenities.
The $200 million mid rise project at Echelon at Centennial Hills, Nevada has stucco being applied to the exterior and sheetrock being hung. Within the next three months the 62 units could be ready for occupancy.
Included amenities are a computer alcove, gourmet kitchen, a two way holographic fireplace, extended terraces and walk in closets. Residents can enjoy a two story clubhouse with exercise room, private garden areas, spas, swimming pools, basketball and tennis courts.
The luxury Las Vegas condos upon completion will have subterranean parking within six buildings among 15 acres of land. The prices range from $400,000 to $1.5 million. They offer penthouses in addition to 1,000 to 4,000 square feet floor plans in 372 units.
Studio 111, a division of Perkowitz & Ruth Architects, is the architect for Echelon and Royal Construction is the general contractor.
Aizenberg is not new to the Las Vegas Valley. He is the president of Royal Construction and founder of Spinnaker Homes in 1993. He’s has weathered the storm of double digit interest rates and economic periods of recession.
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