LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Downtown Container Park in downtown Las Vegas hits a major milestone, holding an anniversary bash to celebrate the community and local businesses.
Oak & Ivy is one of many businesses that call Downtown Container Park home and have quickly grown in popularity.
“It's a different type of Vegas that people get to enjoy, something they don't see in Vegas that's family friendly that's unique that they just cant find anywhere else," says Gregory Rodriguez of Oak & Ivy.
Locally-owned restaurants and shops in the area, paving the way for small businesses in the Las Vegas valley.
Saturday’s anniversary bash all to celebrate Downtown Container Park's efforts to bring the community together and provide a platform to grow.
“I’ve been here for over fifteen years and probably six seven years ago i wouldn't have come down to this side of the street,” says Kirstine Reynolds.
Five years ago, Downtown Container Park was born and constructed with re-purposed shipping containers and locally manufactured Xtreme cubes.
The one-acre park creating dozens of spaces and giving locally owned restaurants, bars and shops a chance.
“With the whole revitalization of downtown, i think that we add to it and enhance it so its a great thing for all of us,” says Reynolds.