Affordable High-Rise Condos in Las Vegas: Where to Buy or Invest on the Cheap
“Affordable” is a relative term based on any number of factors, which most notably includes your own personal budget. What might be affordable for some might not be affordable for others. And although most condos are generally more affordable than single-family homes because they offer less space, prospective buyers will also need to consider all the extra costs associated with condo living, like HOA dues, before determining what’s affordable and what’s not. In a city like Las Vegas, the condo market is robust and filled with all sorts of options and opportunities for buyers to consider. But if you’re looking for an affordable condo residence in one of the city’s many high-rises, here’s a closer look at just some of the buildings you’ll want to consider.
Trump International Hotel & Tower
2000 Fashion Show Dr, Las Vegas, NV
Although Trump International is one of the most iconic towers in all of Las Vegas, buying here doesn’t necessarily mean breaking the bank. Sure, some of the most expensive condos at Trump International will approach $600,000 to $1 million. But studio/hotel room units in the building can be a tremendous investment right now and only start in the mid- to upper-$200,000s. Building amenities at Trump International include 24 hour security, valet parking, a fitness center and spa, and a 7th floor pool area with cabanas. Additionally, most studio condos at Trump can be enjoyed by the owner or added to the on-site, hands-off rental program the building offers.
One Las Vegas
8255 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
The two-tower complex known as One Las Vegas is a great location for condo buyers wanting a bit of a buffer from all the bright lights and hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip. But thanks to being conveniently situated just off Interstate 15, a trip to just about anywhere in the valley is relatively quick and easy. As for the condo units here, you should be able to find a nicely appointed one or two-bedroom unit at One Las Vegas for between $300,000 and $400,000 if you’re on a bit of a budget. Although larger upper floor units with panoramic views of the Strip do step up in price. Regardless of price point, however, all condo owners at One Las Vegas have access to the building’s long list of lifestyle amenities, which include a private pol with cabanas, a theatre room, a large fitness center with a spa and sauna, a business center, tennis courts, dog parks, and more.
353 E Bonneville Ave, Las Vegas, NV
Looking for an affordable high-rise condo near the heart of Downtown Las Vegas? Welcome to Juhl, a modern loft-style condo building that lies perfectly in between the city’s famed Arts District and the always-lively Fremont Street. Studio and one-bedroom condos at Juhl regularly ask below $300,000, making it a great entry-level building to consider. Each unit is also equipped with a private balcony, which adds a little extra livable area, and the building also has an outdoor pool area with cabanas, a two-level gym, a business center, and round-the-clock security.
145 E Harmon Ave, Las Vegas, NV
As the name might suggest, The Signature at MGM Grand is one of Las Vegas’s signature condo developments. Similar to Trump International, prospective buyers will certainly find any number of expensive two and three bedroom condos here in the $600,000 to $800,000 price range or more. But as one of the more popular short-term rental condo options in Las Vegas, studio/hotel-style units at MGM Signature still start under $300,000 with a larger pool of options also in the low to mid-$300,000s regularly. And as a bonus, you’ll also enjoy access to MGM’s 3 heated pools and lazy river, as well as additional amenities that include a fitness center, valet and concierge services, and an on-site Starbucks, which almost anyone in Vegas can use if we’re being honest.