One Las Vegas



ONE Las Vegas is a village of residential lifestyle condominiums. The 19.5-acre master plan contains both private residential towers and residential-friendly retail amenities such as a boutique hotel, 6,800-square-foot health club and spa, and multiple dining venues intermingled with additional residential towers along Las Vegas Boulevard.

The private enclave of ONE Lifestyle Condominiums includes five 18- to 21-story, guard-gated residential condominium towers with beautifully landscaped open space and a massive palm grove swimming pool.

In addition, the ONE Las Vegas master plan features a state-of-the-art, 6,800-square-foot health club and spa operated and managed by an exclusive national club management team. Club membership will be yours as a right of ownership but also open to the public.

ONE Las Vegas Condos offers you whatever you need to suit your lifestyle. Whether you like to stay close to home or have the Strip as your playground, life is good at ONE Las Vegas Condos.



ONE Las Vegas offers many leisure amenities and is designed with stylish simplicity and ultimate convenience in mind. Celebrate, play, unwind, spend time together, or spend time on your own. Revel in the pleasures of your carefree condominium lifestyle and have more time to enjoy what means the most to you. Las Vegas was made famous by the bright lights, glitter and glamour, top-name entertainment, and premier casino-resorts, but there is so much more to the city and many reasons why Las Vegas is one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. Of course there is the unrivaled entertainment, gaming, dining, and shopping. Add in the fabulous weather, year-round recreational diversity, a stable economy, no state income tax, friendly neighbors, and an excellent quality of life.

The ONE Las Vegas lifestyle is incomparable. Imagine the possibilities…. Opening the door of your new condo and stepping across the threshold for the very first time. Awaking to another day of sunshine, limitless fun and the anticipation of what is to come. Knowing that your concierge is always only a phone call away. Hosting candlelit dinner parties overlooking the mountains or Las Vegas Strip from your private condominium residence. Smiling with contentment as you relish the peaceful ONEness of your condo. Experiencing the satisfaction of knowing you made a good choice to live at ONE Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Real Estate

The Las Vegas Real Estate Market is one of the unique in the nation. Las Vegas Real Estate is home to more hotels per capita than any other city and Las Vegas is home to 19 of the 24 largest hotels in the world. Because the tourist center of town is so expensive most residential Las Vegas real estate gets pushed out to the peripheries. Those choosing to live in the center of town have to explore the condo market.

ONE Las Vegas units nearing completion

Other South Strip developments to quicken pace of sales, developer predicts


South Strip mixed-use development ONE Las Vegas expects to deliver units to its first 270 buyers soon.

The project hasn't quite sold one-third of its lifestyle condominiums, but buyers of the high-tech units can expect to take delivery in the first quarter next year, one of the project's developers said.

A joint venture between Wayne Krygier and Chet Nichols of Las Vegas-based AmLand Development, and international developer B.S.R. Group., the 19.5-acre development south of Windmill Lane offers custom upgrade packages that incorporate the latest gadgets and tech amenities into the high-rise dwellings.

Buyers meet directly with Enhanced Home Technology, the Las Vegas-based company subcontracting with ONE to build the custom technological features, a factor that sets this development apart from competitors, ONE Las Vegas sales manager Kenyatta Robinson said.

Other builders offer features such as digital music servers, touch-screen control systems and home theaters, but often they are preconceived packages, Robinson explained. "We do not pretend that we are the end all be all," she stressed, but by personally designing their home systems with Enhanced Home Technology, buyers are limited only by their imaginations and budgets.

ONE Las Vegas' 960 units also will feature a virtual concierge, homeowners association, and a touch-screen terminal that allows them to order services and access other data. The project also features Wi-fi Internet access throughout. AmLand's Nichols called it the "extremity of service."

"We add time to people's lives," he said.

ONE's five loft towers, between 18 and 21 stories apiece, are on the rear 15 acres of the property among seven acres of open space, landscaped trails, three pools with private cabanas, a tennis court, valet parking, a multimedia theater room and gated entrance.

The average size of ONE's lifestyle condos is 1,440 square feet, with an average price of just under $700,000, Robinson said. The units range in size from 830 to 2,857 square feet, and in price from $300,000 to $1.7 million.

Nichols said the cost to build comes to approximately $270 per square foot. The monthly cost of the "full-service, lock-and-leave lifestyle" costs about 37 cents per square foot, per month, he said.

It will be another six months until the interiors of the first two towers are finished, Nichols said. The buildout timeline for the remainder of the project will be market-driven, he said, putting the current sales pace at six to seven years.

But Nichols predicted that the projected November completion of Turnberry Associates' mixed-use project Town Square to the north of his project could push the sales pace to three to four years.

Robinson said she currently is selling three to four units per month, calling it "good, for this market." She noted that the sales pace also is limited because these purchases are "a lifestyle choice" -- people don't need to buy them. She said it takes buyers months of deliberation before they sign onto anything.

AmLand also has built the Park Avenue Condominiums project just off Las Vegas Boulevard South. B.S.R. Group has built more than 26 high-rise projects worldwide, including the Toyota Tower in Tel Aviv and Waterfront Square in Philadelphia.