"We are excited to continue to provide great value to investors and people looking to make Allure their home," said John Tippins, president and broker of Northcap, the sales and marketing management company for Allure. "I believe that the Las Vegas community recognizes the value of the building. The fact that the building is 90 percent sold out and the outlook that there will be no new competition of this magnitude within the next few years, provides buyers with the extreme confidence that Allure is the best value in Las Vegas."
Las Vegans are not the only ones recognizing the value of the property. The Robb Report recently featured Allure in its "Where to Buy Now" section and ranked the building as the No. 1 value in the Las Vegas high rise real estate market.
With 1, 2 and 3 bedroom residences starting at only $174,900, owners at Allure Las Vegas can enjoy views from their private balconies of the surrounding mountains and Las Vegas Strip. Incorporated into these luxurious residential condominiums are 9-foot-6-inch ceilings, European-style cabinetry, granite countertops and Italian porcelain flooring. And all residents enjoy the security of a 24-hour doorman, a club room with catering kitchen, a private rooftop pool with cabanas, and on-site concierge service.
Plus Allure is one of the few new high rises offering financing to potential buyers along with buyer incentives for flooring upgrades. Allure was developed by Steven Fifield of The Fifield Companies, a Chicago-based leading real estate development firm producing luxury urban high rise condominium residences and office towers.
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