shareDOWNTOWN Begins Construction in Las Vegas

After a successful groundbreaking on its third residential apartment building this past spring, Cherry Development has officially begun construction on the new shareDOWNTOWN project. The new mixed-use project will redefine apartment living in Downtown Las Vegas and is slated to open in 2026.  

Located on the Northeast corner of D and Jefferson Street in the Historic Westside neighborhood in Downtown Las Vegas, Cherry Development recently broke ground this past March and officially commenced construction of the new shareDOWNTOWN apartment community. 

With two shareDOWNTOWN buildings already thriving in Fremont East and the Arts District of Las Vegas, the third shareDOWNTOWN project is set to open in 2026. Each building was meticulously designed not just to provide more residential housing options in the vibrant city, but also to foster a strong sense of community among its residents, creating a network of neighbors. 

Ceremonial Groundbreaking

The third shareDOWNTOWN project will occupy six vacant parcels of land in the Historic Westside neighborhood. The five-story building will offer 104 residential units and 13,000 square feet of retail space. The primary apartment building will feature over 8,400 square feet of ground-floor retail space, much of which will be leased by the city of Las Vegas for a business incubator program. Additionally, Cherry Development will construct an adjacent 6,200-sq.-ft. food hall to support emerging food and beverage businesses. This marks the first large-scale, ground-up new construction project in the Historic Westside in nearly 70 years.

The new shareDOWNTOWN project, like its predecessors, will offer approximately 500-sq.-ft. apartment units with a consistent floor plan. But what sets it apart is the modern design elements, including European cabinetry, wood plank-style flooring, quartz countertops and stainless-steel appliances, including an electric stove and an all-in-one washer and dryer. The building will also feature shared public spaces such as an open-air courtyard and the HQ—a facility catering to remote workers by providing a free workspace for residents equipped with a private conference room, individual workstations, a flat-screen TV and a wireless printer. Enhanced security measures include keyless front door locks, key fob main entry, a fully secured garage and remotely monitored cameras.

The design of the new shareDOWNTOWN pays homage to its surrounding neighborhood and Arts District with large-scale murals and items salvaged from the New Jerusalem church (which formerly occupied the site) honoring the neighborhood’s heritage in its design.

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