Since the 1990s, various condominium projects have been proposed for the Las Vegas valley. Park Towers and Turnberry Place, two high-rise condominium properties located near the Las Vegas strip, were completed in 2001; they subsequently inspired a condominium boom that started in 2003, when various developers began announcing projects that were planned throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
Many projects were ultimately cancelled because of a rise in construction costs, as well as a lack of skilled construction workers and contractors who were qualified to build high-rises; both reasons were attributed to the large number of projects being announced. The following list includes notable condominium projects that were both completed and cancelled, as well as projects that are on hold.
High-rise condominiums became a popular trend in the Las Vegas Valley after the opening of Turnberry Place and Park Towers in 2001. Numerous high-rise condominium projects were subsequently announced beginning in 2003, starting a condominium boom. Real estate experts predicted that only 20 to 50 percent of the announced projects would actually get built. The condo-hotel concept was introduced in the Las Vegas Valley in September 2003, at MonteLago Village at Lake Las Vegas. At the end of the year, plans were underway for the first high-rise condominium in downtown Las Vegas: Soho Lofts.
High Rise Market
Allure Las Vegas- Completed in 2007, 41 stories with 428 units.
Boca Raton- Completed in 2007, two seven-story buildings with 378 units.
Jockey Club- Development began in 1977, two 11 story towers with 348 units.
Juhl- Completed in 2006 and has 700 units.
Manhattan- Completed in 2006 with 700 units.
Metropolis- Completed in 2004 with 71 units.
New Port Lofts- Completed in 2008, 23 story building with 168 units.
One Las Vegas- Completed in 2008, two 2 story towers with 395 units.
One Queensridge- Completed in 2007, two 18 story towers with 219 units.
Palms Place- Completed in 2008, 47 story tower with 599 units.
Park Towers- Completed in 2001, two tower 20 stories with 84 units.
Regency Towers- Completed in 1974, was the first high rise condominium project to open in Las Vegas, 28 stories with 226 units.
Sky Las Vegas- Completed in 2007, 45 story tower with 409 units.
Soho Lofts- Completed in 2006, 16 story tower with 120 units. This is the first condo project in downtown Las Vegas.
The Ogden- Completed in 2208, 21 story tower with 275 units.
The Platinum- Completed in 2006, 17 story tower with 255 units.
The Signature at MGM Grand- Completed in 2006, three towers, 38 stories each tower with 1728 units.
Trump International- Completed 2008, 64 story tower with 300 units.
Turnberry Place- – Completed in 2001, 38 story tower with 720 units.
Turnberry Towers- Completed in 2007, 45 story twin towers with 450 units.
Waldof Asteria Las Vegas- Completed in 2007 with 225 units.
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