About The Strip
Current Prices: $189,900 to $6,250,000
Closed Prices: $109,000 to $5,500,000
Median Sale Price: $330,000
Average $ per sq ft: $610
Association Fee Ranges: $1274/quarter, $0 to $4402, $0 to $4378/mo
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1947 to 2010
Sq. Ft.: 520 to 6779 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 5 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms
Around The Strip
Many Vegas locals get asked the same question all the time: "Do you live on The Strip?" Surprisingly, some of them do. There are many options for those who want to make this neighborhood home. The condominiums and lofts at Veer Towers, The Signature at MGM Grand, and Vdara are all coveted properties, as are the luxury spaces at Sky Las Vegas and the Mandarin Oriental. However, more affordable one- and two-bedroom homes can be found a block or two away from the main boulevard, where residents still enjoy great access to the action.
No other street in the country can boast the same variety and quality of cuisine that The Strip has. On the fine dining end of the spectrum, an array of high-end eateries at The Cosmopolitan, The Palazzo, Aria, and Mandalay Bay serve sumptuous meals you won't forget. Celebrity chefs like Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, Guy Fieri, and Gordon Ramsay all have popular restaurants in the area. There are also more affordable options like the fun and lively Taco Bell Cantina, which serves liquor and appetizers, Dicks Last Resort, which employs a brash and sarcastic service staff that playfully insult patrons, or Toby Keith's I Love This Bar, a high-energy, country establishment.
Bright lights, strange sights, gorgeous architecture, glamorous amenities, continuous growth, travelers from all over the world, beautiful people, dense crowds, lavish feasts, extravagant wardrobes, outrageous characters--no two days are the same in the Strip. This festive neighborhood is bliss for those with an insatiable appetite for adventure.
See a concert at venues like House of Blues, Brooklyn Bowl, MGM Grand Arena, and Park Theater. Catch a Golden Knights hockey game at T-Mobile Arena or an Aces WNBA game at a Mandalay Bay Events Center. Of course, there's also plenty of nightclubs to choose from, including Drai's, XS, or 1Oak. Nightlife is what Vegas does best.
Residents can start the day with a late brunch or save their appetite for a feast at an award-winning buffet. Those looking for a low-key afternoon can chill by one of the area's many pools or treat themselves to a luxury spa day. For more excitement, visit New York New York Casino and ride the roller coaster. Residents might also spend the entire day shopping at CityCenter, Fashion Show, or The Grand Canal Shoppes.
Although there are some budget-conscious options to choose from, living on The Strip comes with a substantially high price tag. This is one of the most glamorous streets in the world, and the prices of real estate typically reflect that. In addition to the high home prices, buyers must also consider the lofty HOA fees that allow for luxury amenities. Thankfully the area has great resale value if you decide to cash out.
The Strip is exceptionally walkable if one doesn't mind the crowds and occasionally extreme weather. However, ride-share services, taxis, or arranged luxury transportation are probably the best option to avoid dealing with the excessive traffic and congestion on The Strip. It's also a great alternative to paying for parking. The monorail is another viable option.
- Fun and excitement
- Gorgeous views
- Endless entertainment options
- Everyone visits you
Locals Don't Love
- Few grocery options
- Few parking options
- Lots of noise
- Constant construction
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