Allure Las Vegas Editorial Article

Allure Las Vegas High-rise is synonymous with its name, both captivating and enticing Luxury 41 story residential tower. There is a picturesque beauty about Allure, sitting sky-high at 466 ft (142 m). Currently standing, it is considered 18 tallest building in Las Vegas with its panoramic view of the city and famous Las Vegas Strip.
Conveniently, located on Sahara avenue overlooking the Las Vegas strip with easy access to Interstate 15, Las Vegas Blvd, minutes away from downtown Las Vegas, the Art District and walking distance to hotels such as SLS and Lucky Dragon, which is planned to open this winter.
Designed by, EDI Architecture with a stunning neo modernist structural approach. Construction started in 2005 and Allure officially, opened its doors in 2007. Allure Las Vegas features 428 units with 15 unique floor plans ranging from studio, one, two, three-bedroom, along with tower suites and exquisite two-story penthouses to cater to just about any lifestyle.
Units are luxuriously designed and feature standard upgrades such as high ceilings, private glass balconies, floor to ceiling glass windows to create an open living space, stainless steel appliances, granite counters with entertainment islands, Italian cabinetry, spacious master suites with large walk-in closets and soaking tubs. Plus, stone floors in kitchen, foyer and bathroom areas to say the least. Allure Las Vegas is perfectly crafted, to create an ambiance where the exterior and interior unify comfortably and make up for a functional modern living space.

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Residents at Allure Las Vegas can enjoy a vast array of impressive amenities including, but not limited to 24-hour doorman with advanced security so residents can stay at ease and valet & concierge service around the clock. On the sixth floor, guests can find a beautiful private outdoor pool area surrounded with private cabanas overlooking the strip. Along, with a state-of-the-art fitness facility overlooking the pool area. Rest assured, if you have office work to take care of because the business center is equipped with Wi-Fi and computers for use along with a conference room for those important impromptu meetings. You can opt to watch your favorite movie in the media room or throw, that perfect birthday bash in the club room, which is equipped with its own private catering kitchen with vending machine and ATM & ice machine on the ground floor. In recent years, Allure has also added a pet park to the property to make it pet-friendly and more convenient for its residents.

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It’s no surprise, that Allure Las Vegas has been sold-out for some time now and is privately owned. There are a number of properties listed for sale and or for rent ranging from the high $100,000’s to over $2 million and rental properties starting in the low $1,000’s. In terms, allowing different opportunity for home buyers or investors to partake in purchasing property at this exclusive residence.

Our team at High-rise Life Las Vegas, stopped by Allure to get a better idea of what it’s like to live at Allure Las Vegas.
We were greeted by Rachelle McCormick, Resident Manager, Ann Wilding, Head-of-Concierge Services and Pete Woodward, Board President.
I would have to say Allure Las Vegas, can take credit for having a quintessential team of expert executives running the property. Here are some interesting things we found out during the course of our visit.

What is something, that Allure excels as a luxury high-rise residence?
“I would have to say, the staff here is the best thing, we focus on giving back to the residents.” I think putting the residents first is real important. Our security is excellent and we put a lot of value in our events. It is very entertaining to live in Allure Las Vegas. There is a sense of community here.
-Rachelle McCormick Resident Manager

What makes Allure a special place to live?
I think our events make it very special to live here. We have events twice a week. We are a real social building. Most people don’t know, that about us. We have happy hour, movie nights, we do fight nights, waffle breakfasts, Monday night football, dog events and the list goes on and on. Our holiday parties are very extravagant with food and drinks. “We go all out with our events and there is a sense of culture in the building, as a result everyone gets along well and there is a sense of cohesiveness.”
-Ann Wilding Head-of-Concierge Services.

 

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What are some services, that Allure offers to its residents?
We have 24-hour security, which gives residents ease of mind when they want privacy or security when they are in or out of town. We even offer home care for residence, while they are out of town like checking on their unit, watering their plants, business services like getting things notarized. We even have dry cleaning service available. “We make sure our residents needs are met.”
-Rachelle McCormick Resident Manager

What type of individual do you think is a perfect candidate to live at Allure?
We have such a diverse group of residents. Eclectic mixture of both young and older generation. I think we cater to all types of individuals. We are very mixed crowd here at Allure Las Vegas. We are perfect for anyone who wants to be in a secure social luxury environment. This resonates a lot in our events when we see a mixture of all kinds of professionals from different age groups hanging out and having a great time.
-Pete Woodward Board President

 

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With the real estate market on the rise, why do you think investors and new home buyers should purchase at Allure?
The property has been sold out for some time now and is only privately listed. I think the unobstructed view is excellent from Allure Las Vegas. The social lifestyle is very alluring to most home buyers. We have a lot of different hotel developments under way with Lucky Dragon opening next door, newly renovated SLS., Rock in Rio American festivals across from our property. “I think these all add value to investing in Allure Las Vegas.”
-Pete Woodward Board President

If you could describe high-rise life in three words, what would it be?
“I think convenience; Luxury & Prestige would best describe living in a high-rise setting.” You have the convenience of being central to everything. You can be in-and-out of the building at ease and enjoy Las Vegas lifestyle. I think Allure, high-rise is a starting point for a lot of residents and their guests to meet have a few drinks and head-out for the night. Luxury, because you have all these amenities and services at your call. I would have to say there is a certain prestige that comes with the lifestyle.
-Pete Woodward Board President

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