Next week, April 6th through 8th, is the first ever Las Vegas Grand Prix! This event will be phenomenal - the first grand prix held in Long Beach literally turned the city around. There will be street parties, a charity gala event, autograph sessions and even an Easter egg hunt! VERGE will have a private grandstand for the race and will be grilling at the site. All current first round reservation holders are invited to attend as guests of VERGE in their private grand stand for this exciting three day event.
Verge’s 296 residence community offers the latest in modern living, state-of-the-art architecture and design. There are 39 impressive floor plans including studios, one, two, three bedroom condominiums and spectacular lofts with 23-foot ceilings. Many residences have remarkable views of downtown Las Vegas. Other onsite amenities include 2 rooftop pools; rooftop restaurant; on-site boutique grocery store; indoor racquet ball courts; fitness center with steam and locker rooms; secure access-controlled parking and entry; and even rooftop pet park.
Although attractively priced from $149,900, Verge homeowners are buying much more than a condominium. They are buying into the dream of the multi billion dollar Las Vegas down town redevelopment district spear headed by mayor Oscar Goodman. With the Las Vegas real estate market poised for another surge this summer, the downtown renaissance promises to be on a scale with San Diego's Lamplight District.
If you have not yet gotten your reservation and deposit in, there is still a small window to do so before first round reservations are closed. Or come out to the Grand Prix event and find out why VERGE is part of the incredible downtown Las Vegas transformation that is going on. Food, fun, a great race and a great project - it doesn't get any better! For more information on the events taking place during the Las Vegas Grand Prix, please go to: http://www.vegasgrandprix.com/ . We hope to see you there.
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