A residential fair was held June 15 in Downtown Las Vegas so that valley residents could learn more about what the downtown area has to offer.
"There is a growing demand and interest in downtown living created by a desire to reduce commutes and participate in the area's increasingly vibrant lifestyle," said Director of Economic and Urban Development Bill Arent. "With more than 150 restaurants and bars, museums, attractions, casinos and a world-class performing arts center, Downtown Las Vegas offers an exceptionally rich urban lifestyle not offered elsewhere in the valley. As a result, a growing number of residents of all ages are moving to the area."
The event showcased nearly a dozen residential projects and more.