The StripThe Strip offers easy access to 24/7 fun and sporting events.
Living on the Strip near Las Vegas Blvd. is ideal for anyone searching for entertainment, endless nightlife, shopping, fine dining, and accessible transportation immediately available. This is the “Entertainment Capital of the World,” and your condominium will also give you access to golf courses, tennis courts, and deluxe swimming pools.
The Strip may be a top tourist destination for people from all over the world, but residents can take advantage of all of its features anytime they wish. Most tourists come for a few days, but you are there to live permanently and enjoy all that this city has to offer. This is a great place to retire or invest in a second home.
Vegas is a sports-centered town with tons of excitement for fans of all ages. The hockey scene here is incredible, with the newly built T-Mobile Arena, which opened its doors in 2016. Residents enjoy numerous sporting events here, especially the Vegas Golden Knights home hockey games. There’s also an exciting football crowd, with the Las Vegas Raiders playing their home games at Allegiant Stadium. Also, the Las Vegas Aces of the WNBA play at the Michelob Ultra Arena, the Orleans Arena is home to the Vegas Rollers of World TeamTennis, and the NBA hosts their Summer League in Las Vegas.
You can see the incredible shows put on by world-famous entertainers at numerous hotels. Every type of fine dining experience is available at hotel restaurants and other nearby eateries. Shopping is world-class, with designer shops offering the top international luxury retailers. The Las Vegas Monorail eliminates the need to use your car.
You also have access to the beauty of the desert and the surrounding mountains. Plus, with a climate that is warm most of the year, the area invites outdoor adventures. When you want to enjoy nature, there are a number of beautiful areas you can visit within easy driving distance. This includes the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Valley of Fire State Park, and Lake Mead. Although the water level in the lake is low, recreational opportunities are still available.
WHAT TO LOVE
- Massively popular hockey scene, including the T-Mobile Arena, home of the Vegas Golden Knights
- Catch a Las Vegas Raiders game at Allegiant Stadium
- Watch the Vegas Rollers of World TeamTennis at Orleans Arena
- The Las Vegas Aces of the WNBA play at the Michelob Ultra Arena
- NBA Summer League
- Accessible fitness centers, including gyms in the condos
- Endless golf and tennis opportunities
- Your choice of spa facilities offered by dozens of hotels
- Events at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
The lifestyle for Las Vegas residents on or near the Strip differs from other cities. They have the opportunity to attend trade shows and other events at the Convention Center without hotel reservations and can enjoy golf, tennis, and other nearby recreational facilities. The University of Nevada, Las Vegas offers many programs and special events open to residents. This includes special classes and lectures. Residents enjoy numerous sporting events, from celebrating the Raiders and Golden Knights to the excitement of watching the annual Summer League.
SHOPPING, DINING, AND ENTERTAINMENT
There are endless opportunities for shopping and dining in Las Vegas. If you’re looking for fine dining, head to Spago by Wolfgang Puck at the Bellagio Hotel, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd South, and Sparrow and Wolf at 4480 Spring Mountain Road. Ensure you make your reservations early, as these are prime destinations for residents and tourists, and tables fill up quickly! Another popular spot is Smith and Wollensky at the Venetian Resort at 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas has 18 shopping malls, including designer shops in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Entertainment is what Las Vegas is all about! Living on the Strip offers instant access to all hotel casinos and shows.
THINGS TO DO
Golf is one of the major daytime activities in Las Vegas, and there are several golf courses near Las Vegas Blvd. This includes the Bali Hai Golf Club and the Las Vegas National Golf Club. Many condominiums and homes are built around golf courses near the Strip and in neighboring communities.
Las Vegas has 32 museums that you’ll love exploring. A favorite, the Mob Museum at 300 Stewart Ave, details the colorful history of this thriving city.
Hockey fans unite at the T-Mobile Arena to watch the beloved Vegas Golden Knights play on the ice. The arena also hosts an endless array of other events, from live concerts to Lakers games. Plus, the Las Vegas Raiders call home to the nearby Allegiant Stadium, and the multi-purpose Orleans Arena is home to the Vegas Rollers of World TeamTennis. In addition, the Las Vegas Aces of the WNBA play at the Michelob Ultra Arena. The NBA also hosts the annual Summer League in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is part of the Clark County School District. There are more than 300,000 students in the district’s schools. In addition to the public schools, there are several private schools in the area. A few include:
- SpringStone Montessori
- Challenger School
- Southern Highlands Preparatory School
- Trinity International School
- Bishop Gorman High School
- Water of Life Lutheran School
- Adelson Educational Campus
- Faith Lutheran
- College of Southern Nevada High School