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The Strip, Las Vegas

The neighborhood of The Strip is situated within the city of Las Vegas, Nevada.

Although the atmosphere is not the most lively in this neighborhood with its over 50 bars, there are options for nighttime activities. This part of Las Vegas can be relatively noisy, as during busier hours of the day, traffic can occasionally be bothersome, and there can also be a good amount of noise from businesses and nightlife, although that is not the case everywhere in the neighborhood. Public green spaces aren't well-situated, which makes it rather difficult to reach them from the majority of locations within this area. Still, residents will be able to access parks in nearby neighborhoods.

Renters occupy roughly 70% of the properties in The Strip whereas owners occupy the remainder. The substantial percentage of large apartment buildings in the housing stock of this neighborhood is an important part of its character. Most of the housing growth in this part of the city has taken place since the year 2000. This neighborhood is primarily composed of one bedroom and lofts homes.

House buyers in The Strip will be pleased to learn that a general and a specialty grocery store is always only a reasonably short walk away. Likewise, thanks to over 350 restaurants and over 50 cafes, this part of Las Vegas is a fairly good area in which to go out to eat. It is also a short distance to a very good selection of clothing stores. With respect to education, The Strip does not contain any high schools or primary schools.

This part of Las Vegas will appeal to physically active house buyers because it is quite convenient for traveling on foot; most daily needs are easy to meet by walking, and a good number of businesses of different types can be found as well. Traveling by public transit is sometimes difficult in this area. Thankfully, the neighborhood is linked by around 10 bus lines, and bus stops are not very far-removed from most properties. On the other hand, the car is very often the favored approach to get around in The Strip. The majority of homes for sale are a short drive from the nearest highway, such as Las Vegas Freeway, and parking is quite easy.

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