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Downtown Las Vegas (commonly abbreviated as DTLV) is the central business district and historic center of Las Vegas, Nevada. It is the original townsite and was the gambling district of Las Vegas prior to the Strip, and the area still incorporates downtown gaming. As the urban core of the Las Vegas Valley, it features a variety of hotel and highrise condos, cultural centers, historical buildings and government institutions, as well as residential and retail developments. Downtown is located in the center of the Las Vegas Valley and just north of the Las Vegas Strip, centered on Fremont Street, the Fremont Street Experience and Fremont East. The city defines the area as bounded by I-15 on the west, Washington Avenue on the north, Maryland Parkway on the east and Sahara Avenue on the south.
Downtown Las Vegas Real Estate
Downtown Las Vegas covers about 110 acres and features several neighborhoods, all with a distinct feel. They range from Fremont Street, the main thoroughfare of old downtown, to the neon glitz of newly created Fremont East, the galleries and studios of the Arts District, and the hip government center of Symphony Park.
What used to be called Vegas’ “old downtown” has recently become the hippest, and fastest growing neighborhood in the city with new condo buildings available for those who want to live here. Downtown is where classic casinos like The Plaza, Four Queens, and the Golden Nugget reside. It’s also home of the Life is Beautiful Festival, the extraordinary Fremont Street Experience and the worlds largest LED television, pedestrian esplanade with a zip-line running overhead. Downtown Las Vegas condos offer chic, urban sophistication befitting the neighborhood’s renaissance. The Ogden high-rise features spacious, modern condos steps from Fremont Street. Both the Newport and Soho high-rises offer urban loft styles amid the galleries and restaurants of the Arts District. What used to be called Vegas’ “old downtown” has recently become the hippest, and fastest growing neighborhood in the city with new condo buildings available for those who want to live here.