The Lennox Las Vegas Meets Completion and is Ready for Residents

By Michelle Madole | NEVADA BUSINESS

LAS VEGAS – The Lennox, Las Vegas’ newest luxury residential complex, is now ready to welcome the city’s trendy, young professionals. The swanky four-story midrise offers residents boutique-style living with first-class amenities and spacious floor plans sprawling the 200,000 square-foot property.

The uniquely designed U-shaped community, located conveniently off the new Interstate 15 and Cactus Avenue exit, is now leasing 100 lavish units. Prospective residents are now able to tour model units. The Lennox boasts one to three bedroom expanded floor plans spanning 930 to 1,900 square feet with three elevators providing quick and easy access to all units.

The units will offer dual master suites in selected floor plans, oversized private balconies featuring coveted Strip and mountain views, access-controlled podium parking, upgraded flooring, modern stainless steel appliances, eye-catching open kitchen layouts complemented by granite countertops with pendant lighting illuminated bar, and chic frameless shower doors accompanied by beautiful quartz bathroom countertops.

In addition to offering plush living accommodations, The Lennox residents will bask in vast amenities throughout the property including an outdoor community gathering area surrounding an inviting pool and grand spa with furnished cabanas adorned with flat screen TVs and a music hub not commonly found in residential complexes, outdoor BBQs, lush pet park, club house with a coffee bar, resident lounges on each floor equipped with flat screen TVs ideal for game and movie night, state-of-the-art fitness center, on-site storage units, convenient dry cleaning services and Wi-Fi throughout the property.

For residential leasing information, please contact Rachael Sigmund at 702.527.5233;

The Lennox Las Vegas

The Lennox Las Vegas is a unique residential urban village located on the corner of Bermuda and Cactus east of Las Vegas Blvd South, easily accessible off the new I-15 and Cactus exit. The 200,000 square-foot four-story midrise complex will feature; 100 luxury units boasting prime Strip and mountain views, vibrant pool and spa with a fully-furnished cabana design unique to Las Vegas, outdoor BBQ grilling area, lush pet park, state-of-the-art fitness center, club house with a coffee bar, three residences only lounges, direct access underground parking, on-site storage units, dry cleaning services and Wi-Fi throughout the property. Offering a rare U-shaped architectural design that allows units to be built comparable to single family homes in a gated community setting, The Lennox brings a boutique style presence to the growing Southern Las Vegas area.

The Lennox Las Vegas is owned by an affiliate of WGH Partners, LLC, a Las Vegas based real estate firm. For more information about The Lennox, please visit

Long-Awaited Gramercy Finally Nearing Completion

Vegas Seven Staff | VEGASSEVEN.COM

Projector screens, wine, cheese and treadmills are just a few things on Jay Krigsman’s mind these days. The executive vice president for Krausz Companies, which is a joint owner of the Gramercy in the southwest part of the Valley, is in the midst of a lease and letter-of-intent maelstrom. But it should all pay off in the spring with plenty of live-work-players at the new community, which is being billed as an “urban village.”

To date, Krausz has leased about two-thirds of the 200,000 square feet of office space at the former Manhattan West recessionary casualty. The three main tenants are custom homebuilder Touchstone Living, Regus office suites and HDI (Health Data Insights), a medical and financial services company. HDI currently has some employees on-site, and hiring is under way. Regus and Touchstone are building out their spaces.

The Gramercy is intended to be a chain-free dining destination with hip concepts, such as DW Bistro’s market and kitchen, which is under construction. So is Cuppa Coffee House and Alex Stratta’s Italian Steakhouse. All should open in the spring.

Krigsman says a fitness operator must also gel with the Starbucks- and Subway-free dining offerings. “We don’t want them only using four walls. … You see it all the time at apartment complexes: a couple of treadmills, an elliptical [machine] and a plasma screen,” he says. “We want to see exercise groups, yoga, stretching in the central park area. This place should always have energy.”

That central park area is positioned between the Gramercy’s two residential buildings and will be home to a pool, fire pits and the largest outdoor projection screen in the Valley.

Krigsman says the first residents should be moving into the New York-style apartments by January, with monthly rents ranging from the $900s for studios to more than $4,000 for penthouses. And it appears that demand is outpacing supply by about a 5-to-1 ratio, with more than 1,000 names inquiring about the 245 units.

“I’m hoping by late spring we’ll have evenings in the plaza, movies under the stars, farmers markets,” Krigsman says. “By next summer, we should be humming.”