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       This page was updated 10/17/07



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Newport Lofts  (Now Open)

Newport Lofts Las Vegas is a $75-million project at Casino Center Boulevard at Hoover Avenue in the thriving Arts District, downtown.

Newport Lofts offers loft-style living for those seeking a cosmopolitan lifestyle and is the perfect environment for artists, offering air, space and light in an urban setting.

This is a 23-story mixed use development.  Six floors of secured parking and 14 floors of high-end lofts ranging from 900-1600-square feet. The penthouse units  range from 1700- to 2900-square feet. Retail stores and shops will surround the building on the street level.

Amenities include:

  • A 23 story tower with 168-loft-style floor plans on the eighth floor and higher from 900-square feet to 1,600-square feet, priced from the $300,000s to $700,000s. Two-story penthouse suites range from 1,700- to 3,000-square feet, starting in the $900,000s.

  • Standard features include granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, concrete or bamboo flooring, European cabinetry and large terraces.

  • The building's rooftop includes a swimming pool and spa, running track and fitness center, clubhouse and movie room, all with a view of the city.

  • Rooftop pool & spa

  • Rooftop gardens with panoramic views

  • SkyRoom clubhouse with billiards table, lounge area and movie room

  • Six-story enclosed parking structure

  • 24-hour doorman

Rendering of rooftop pool area
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Newport Lofts Now Open


There's more than one way
to enjoy pool at the top of Newport Lofts



In a follow-up of the story (below), all issues with the space-frame have been resolved. According to Breslin Builders, the issue was not as bad as they thought and it was easily remedied.

The problem was -  The way they were lifting the sections was putting too much stress on the welds. They reconfigured their lifting method and the remaining sections went up without issues.

The photo (left) from 4/1/07 by Mark Adams, shows the progress.


Here are some photos of the Space-Frame at Newport Lofts. The whole frame was about 85% complete - then on 3-9-07 at 8:15 a.m., something went wrong. Welds started to break and the whole building had to be evacuated. The frame (secured with guy cables to the crane) was left hanging over night and into Saturday. The city wants it down because the welds are failing and nobody wants to touch it.      

Newport Lofts Construction Photos

Photos 7/30/07 by Mark Adams
Getting ready to open





These photos 7/13/07 by Andrew Livingston,
show the exterior of Newport Lofts Las Vegas
looking finished and ready. The Stanhi lot (in
the foreground) sits waiting to be a close
 neighbor to Newport




The interesting "space frame" roof is finally being installed
Photo 3/9/07




Waiting for the Canopy
Photo (left) shows the almost
completed tower, looking svelte.

Close-up (right) shows the
mesh-work that encases
the parking floors.

Photos 2/14/07 by Mark Adams


Construction Photo 12/27/06
by Mark Diederichsen
(click image to enlarge)


Construction photo 11/20/06
Almost topped out
(click image to enlarge)


Construction photo 9/18/06
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Construction photo 7/26/06


Construction photo 6/29/06
(click image to enlarge)



                                   Construction photo 12/16/05
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