General Retail For Lease
2,926+ Sq Ft
Shell space available on both the second and third floor. Smallest available suite is +/-2,926 SF and largest is three separate suites (200,205, and 300) totaling +/-29,210 SF with balconies on both floors overlooking Las Vegas Blvd. (Balcony space NOT included in SF). Great opportunity to be centrally located within convenient distance to the Las Vegas Convention Center, Downtown Las Vegas, and several world class hotel and casino resorts.
This offering provides the rare opportunity to lease office/retail space on the internationally acclaimed Las Vegas Strip, which hosts over 42 million visitors annually. These spaces are located within the Sky Las Vegas luxury condominium tower on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, in the heart of growing North-Strip development activity. These three spaces sit atop the +/- 14,378 SF CVS Pharmacy which occupies the ground level on Las Vegas Blvd. and total +/- 14,444 SF, +/- 2,926 SF, and +/-11,840 SF respectively. With more than 255 feet of Las Vegas Strip frontage and access, there are two entrances from the Strip serving the second and third floors. The office/retail spaces share two floors of dedicated parking, totalling 140 parking spaces, with CVS that are exclusive to the office/retail portion of the development. There is a separate rear drop off and lobby to lead customers and guests to the upper floor office/retail space. Due to stellar location, the Sky Las Vegas office/retail space enjoys a built-in customer base with over 400 units in the tower above and an additional 1,200 potential tourists directly adjacent to the property in the Hilton Grand Vacation towers. Just south of the property, more than 6,000 hotel rooms are slated for construction at the internationally funded Resorts World; The Lucky Dragon Hotel and Casino has recently completed construction to the north; and Fontainebleau is on the market, with an additional 3,800 rooms planned for construction, directly across Las Vegas Blvd. Furthermore, demand on the North-Strip will be positively affected by the $1.4 billion expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center.