North Las Vegas
Downtown Las Vegas
The most historic part of the Las Vegas metropolitan area is a progressive urban center with most housing options consisting of apartments and condominiums as well as the Historic Huntrige District, where you will find renovated mid-century modern homes with growing families. Easy walking accessibility to East Fremont, Container Park, and the Arts District is a draw to many young adults. Slightly further out and across from the 15, Palomino and Campbell are mostly upscale single-story homes, but heavy gentrification in the area has created a hub for renovated ultra-progressive homes. This is one of the few luxury neighborhoods in Las Vegas that is not gated.
Living on the Strip may seem unfeasible, but the streets running parallel to Las Vegas Blvd and even on it has a multitude of condominium buildings that are relatively affordable. Turnberry Towers and the Mandarin Oriental are two of the higher end of available options. More affordable housing is located east of the strip in the form of single-family homes, apartments, and condominiums. This set of options extends toward the UNLV campus. There are additional moderately priced rental options toward Downtown which is located just north of the strip.