Neighborhoods/Districts

Map of Valley

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Home to more than 2 million of Nevada’s 2.7 million residents, the Las Vegas valley is comprised of many smaller and distinct communities - from award-winning, master-planned communities on its perimeter to gentrified historical neighborhoods and business districts near the newly revitalized downtown.

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Map of City

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Interstates 15 and 95 make it easy to travel and stay connected around Las Vegas’ 133 square miles. The city includes a range of neighborhoods and communities offering residents many housing options – both suburban and urban.

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The Las Vegas valley is an area of 600 square miles, containing many distinct communities. These three maps outline the geography of the Las Vegas valley, the city limits and the downtown districts (as defined by the city of Las Vegas’ Centennial Plan).

Map of Downtown

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Downtown Las Vegas - the heart of the city – is made up of various districts or neighborhoods as defined by the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan. The Plan sets forth a long-term strategy to aid in the ongoing revitalization and re-establishment of downtown Las Vegas as the region’s premier artistic, cultural, civic, financial and urban residential center.

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Neighborhoods/Districts

  • Symphony Park

    Symphony Park is home to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum and Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. It has forever changed...

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    Symphony Park

  • Office Core

    Centered around Bonneville Avenue and Casino Center Boulevard, most of this area is filled with office and government buildings. With several court buildings located here...

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    Office Core

  • Downtown Gateway

    This district is an entry way into downtown from the north and US-93/95. Home to the new headquarters of Zappos , as well as the Mob Museum , the Downtown Gateway also...

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    Downtown Gateway

  • Downtown South

    The Downtown South District is a mixed-use area defined primarily by industrial and commercial land uses. The district encompasses 18b, The Las Vegas Arts District, which...

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    Downtown South

  • 18b, The Las Vegas Arts District

    The 18b Las Vegas Arts District, which straddles West Charleston, is the city’s home to art-related galleries, studios, boutiques, stores, bars, restaurants and other venues...

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    18b, The Las Vegas Arts District

  • Northern Strip Gateway

    This area is anchored by the Stratosphere Las Vegas Hotel and Casino on the east and the Allure, an upscale high-rise condominium development, on the south. The area includes...

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    Northern Strip Gateway

  • East Village

    East Village serves as the east entrance to downtown via Fremont Street and is the former core of downtown Las Vegas. The area is yet to be fully redeveloped, but future plans include...

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    East Village

  • Central Casino Core

    This district is centered around the celebrated Fremont Street Experience, a covered neon canopy encompassing 5 blocks, which attracts millions of tourists to the area each year...

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    Central Casino Core

  • Fremont East Entertainment (FEED)

    The Fremont East Entertainment District is a multiblock entertainment area marked by retro-looking neon signs, several motels and motor courts, dozens of bars, dining...

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    Fremont East Entertainment (FEED)

  • Industrial Corridor

    Along the existing railroad corridor is a mixture of industrial and commercial enterprises including automotive services, paint shops, light manufacturing, laundry/cleaners...

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    Industrial Corridor

  • Parkway Center

    The Parkway Center District encompasses a large part of the former Union Pacific Railroad yards and is home to several significant developments, including the Clark County...

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    Parkway Center

  • Future Neighborhood Plan

    The city of Las Vegas is in the early stages of a 15-month process to update the current Downtown Master Plan. ...

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    Future Neighborhood Plan