For those who are retiring in Las Vegas or the surrounding area, the possibility of relocating to a more comfortable, more manageable living situation is likely high on the list of considerations. While there are numerous places one could identify in a Las Vegas directory, few have the legacy of tenant satisfaction as the Casablanca Condos near Old Town, the historic sector of the city. Built in 1976 and evocative of the urban planning seen in the great cities of the Eastern United States and Europe, the Casablanca Condos are comprised of multiple six-story highrises arranged in a semi-circle with a clear view of the Strip for most apartments.
True to their namesake, these white condominiums are designed specifically for comfort and luxury — perfect for the senior communities in Las Vegas. Apartments range from 2-3 bedrooms, with floor plans approximating between 1,100 – 1,500 square feet. As far as amenities are concerned, spacious closets and kitchens are a staple at Casablanca, with prices to fit most budgets. Beautiful views of the city and ample parking for all residents make these condos one of the more attractive options on the Las Vegas directory.
Retiring in Las Vegas is a dream for many who plan on living a life of leisure once their working days are done. Directly nearby Casablanca is the old city center, the hub of all comings and goings in Las Vegas from the turn of the 20th Century to the time when America’s Playground saw its greatest expansion. Located here are numerous restaurants, casinos, galleries, and some of the city’s more popular family-friendly venues such as the Fremont Street Experience and the Smith Center for the Performing Arts. Even the Old Mormon Fort, the site of the original settling of the Las Vegas Valley by LDS missionaries from Utah, is preserved in Old Town as a state park.
As far as senior communities in Las Vegas go, Casablanca Condos are some of the best in terms of location, comfort, and price. The community of those who are retiring in Las Vegas is vibrant, as well. Discover a rich new chapter of life in the “white house” apartments of Casablanca.