Manhattan West Las Vegas condos is a 20 acre, $350 million development in southwest Las Vegas real estate near Sullivan Square condos. The plans are for the 700 mid rise condos in a mixed use environment with retail and commercial office space.
The live, work, play development at Manhattan West is designed by OZ Architecture. There will be 552 to 1,890 square foot home floor plans. The homes in Las Vegas, Nevada will be priced from $200,000s to $500,000s in 19 floor plans with underground parking. Reservations are being taken at about $300 a square foot, but there has already been a first price increase. Some resort style amenities include a fitness center, pools, business center, billiard room, theater and a spa.
Manhattan West real estate consists of 12 buildings constructed by developer Gemstone Development. This is the same company that is finishing the Manhattan Las Vegas 700 units on the South Strip.
The Manhattan inspired mixed use project has building names, including the Roosevelt House, Tribeca House, Astoria House, Beakman House and Gramercy House. There will be a total of 1.2 million square feet with a nine-story, 100 foot tall glass “Element House” and 11 four-story buildings.
Six acres of open space in and around the complex include gazebos, plazas and walkways. There are many themed gardens including a Zen garden, butterfly garden, rose garden and a hammock garden. Other outdoor amenities include barbecue areas, cabañas and fire pits.
Manhattan West real estate will have different facades of glass, stucco, brick and stone.
The site work is being performed by APCO Construction of North las Vegas for $31 million. The first phase of vertical construction of three residential and two commercial buildings will begin next quarter. Manhattan West Las Vegas mixed use is expected to open late 2008 and final build out by mid 2009.
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