It's all about location
The Arts District Las Vegas
Also referred to as “18b,” the Arts District packs in culture, art and dining as well as culturally relevant events. Favorite restaurants like Esther’s Kitchen, Casa Don Juan and Tacotarian don the streets alongside of bars like The Velveteen Rabbit, hip vintage shops, and an indie art gallery, The Arts Factory
Fremont East Entertainment District
This buzzing area is full of bars like The Griffin, Downtown Cocktail Room and Commonwealth, eateries like Evel Pie, Park on Fremont, Therapy Rx , Downtown Container Park, and large scale murals and street art. Fremont East is the backdrop and footprint for the annual Life is Beautiful music and arts festival
Live Venues & Professional Life of DTLV
Aspiring professionals are steps away from some of Las Vegas’ premium employers, and close to the action of City of Las Vegas official buildings. Live entertainment venues include The Smith Center and Cabaret Room, and popular Las Vegas museums (www.discoverykidslv.org), (www.neonmuseum.org) and (www.themobmuseum.org) are located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas.
Fremont Street Experience
On the westside of Fremont, referred to as Fremont Street Experience, catch live bands and vignettes, test your luck at one of the many casinos, and, hotels for friends and family visitors are located up and down this famous strip of Downtown Las Vegas.
The Vine on 8th lends itself to a quick commute for different types of transportation. The location makes it easy for commuters to walk around Downtown Las Vegas, utilize the city bus system (conveniently located bus stops around the community) and the Downtown Bike Program is steps outside the lobby, making commuting to a destination smooth.