Archive for January 22nd, 2005

Newport Lofts Las Vegas: Due to Break Ground in May

Saturday, January 22nd, 2005

The Las Vegas real estate market, more specifically the Downtown Casino Center neighborhood, is about to take another huge step towards revitalization and re-birth. The original core of this great city is roaring back to life with shopping, entertainment and beautiful Las Vegas homes. These aren’t just any homes, but luxury mid-rise and high rise condominiums reminiscent of both the east and west coast. Due to break ground in May 2005 is Newport Lofts condominiums. As the name suggests, Newport Lofts are designed to capture the architecture and luxury of life in Newport Beach, California. Located right down the street from SoHo Lofts (you guessed it, NYC style), Newport promises a loft living experience to rival the best found in any major city. Floor plans range from 900 to 3,070 square feet. The development is expected to be especially appealing to young professional people that work downtown, as well as part time residents interested in Newport Lofts as a second Las Vegas home. The building will be 23 stories with a rooftop pool and fitness center. Real estate in Las Vegas, it’s not just suburbia anymore! MS Las Vegas Real Estate would be happy to show you all the different ways that you can make Las Vegas home.

Las Vegas Headliners Recording Together for Tsunami Disaster Relief

Saturday, January 22nd, 2005

Sharon Osbourne has organized a recording effort that will benefit the Save the Children organization as they battle the odds in providing desperately needed tsunami relief all over Asia. Current Las Vegas headliners Elton John and Andrea Bocelli will be collaborating on “Tears in Heaven” which was originally recorded by Eric Clapton for his son when he died. Other artists contributing to the effort include Rod Stewart, Steven Tyler, Gwen Stefani, Josh Groban and many more. The release date for the tsunami relief recordings has yet to be announced. Watch for it in stores, pick it up off the rack, and help Save the Children to restore hope to the lives of so many that are so desperately in need.