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As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Las Vegas, NV is $576 for a studio, $681 for one bedroom, $832 for two bedrooms, and $993 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Las Vegas has increased by 5.3% in the past year.
The neighborhood houses several restaurants for residents to enjoy, from fast-food joints to ethnic cuisine such as Las Americas, and the Italian American Club Restaurant. Most restaurants can be easily found along East Sahara Avenue and South Eastern Avenue, and around East Desert Inn Road and McLeod Drive.
This area has bragging rights when it comes to burgers with locals pointing to 'La Parilla The Lab'. And your order is not complete without a side of garlic fries. They pair well with the crispy chicken burger layered with coleslaw, topped with a fried egg and then smothered in gravy. While waiting for your order, you can indulge in fresh-made chips and salsa. Don't want a big juicy burger? Try the carne asada fries served on a large pasta plate drenched in cheese sauce, topped with a scoop of beans, loaded with carne asada, guacamole and sour cream, with limes on the side. No matter the time of day you visit this establishment, the price hits just right with burgers under $10 and a breakfast burger that knocks your socks off. The burger includes honey ham, baby browns, bacon and egg all on a bun. Once they find The Burger Lab located in an unassuming strip mall, visitors add it to their favorites.
The area of Winchester does not need its own bars and pubs due to being so close to the Las Vegas Strip. Locals head to Las Vegas Boulevard where the nightlife remains vibrant. Favorites include XS Nightclub, Drai's Nightclub and Surrender Nightclub. If you would rather relax with a drink in hand instead of dancing the night away, then The Velveteen Rabbit, Level 107 Lounge or The Chandelier hold a reputation as the real hot spots.
In 1951, Paradise A was founded but later was renamed Winchester in 1953. With a close proximity to the Las Vegas Strip, Winchester visitors and residents can frequent plenty of museums all within easy walking or transit, the closet being the National Atomic Testing Museum. If you are interested in the Cold War or U.S. history, make the stop at this museum anytime of the year. Locals deem two art galleries close to Winchester a must-visit: Lik Caesars-Peter Lik Fine Art Photography and Martin Lawrence Art Gallery. Plenty art galleries can be found along the Las Vegas Strip a short distance away.
Most residents in Winchester drive to get to and from work. A small percentage of the residents ride the bus for their daily commute, but most find it useful to own a car to get around.
Public transportation remains bountiful in the area with The Deuce buses (double-deckers), City Center Tram, Las Vegas Monorail and the SDX bus system, which locals agree to be a faster service than The Deuce because of fewer tourists and less stops at hotels.
Getting a cab in Winchester can be as easy as well. Usually a quick telephone call to the cab company can have you picked up in minutes, but keep in mind that if you are on the Las Vegas Strip, it is illegal to hail a taxi. Because of high volumes of traffic, there are strict regulations to pick up customers only at designated taxi stands that are generally found at entrances to casinos and restaurants. Uber services the Winchester neighborhood, as well as the greater Las Vegas area.
Parking can be scarce in the city and the areas close to the strip. Most businesses have designated parking areas for patrons only. Public parking remains available for pay at designated lots around the area including the airport. Prices vary as most lots are privately owned. Many people park at a lot, and use public transit to navigate the city and outlying areas. Residents enjoy easy access to highways, with Interstate 15 on the west side of Winchester near the Las Vegas Strip, and Interstate 515 to the north and east of the area.
Biking has become a popular option, and Las Vegas and surrounding neighborhoods provide an opportunity to access 100 new bike lanes and signed routes. Bike racks are also popping up all over the city and outlying areas.
Even though Winchester borders the Las Vegas Strip, the cost of living remains three percent lower than the rest of Nevada.
Residential Routes using public transit remains affordable and easily accessible, costing the rider $2 for a single use or $5 for the day. Residents who frequent public transit take advantage of the 15-day and 30-day passes available for purchase. Gas prices typically remain 2 percent lower than the Nevada average.
Average rental costs for a one-bedroom apartment in Winchester runs the resident an average of $576.21 per month. The rent in this area currently sits lower than over 70 percent of the rest of the Nevada neighborhoods.
When after a cold beer at the local pub, a domestic one costs you $3 while an imported beer hovers around $4.50.
There are numerous shopping centers around Winchester including Somerset Shopping Center, Las Vegas Plaza Shopping Center, Sunrise City Shopping Center, Sahara Shopping Center and K-Las Vegas Shopping Center, Asian Town USA Shopping Center, Boulder Sahara Plaza Shopping Center, and Vegas Village Shopping Center.
Those seeking high-end stores can take a stop at the Boulevard Mall, home to Macy's. Even high-end and specialty boutiques can be found steps away on the Las Vegas Strip. Chanel, Gucci, and Prada are also located here.
There are several options for grocery shopping in Winchester, including La Bonita supermarkets, Laos Asian Market, Value Market, and Endrenal & Bobadilla, along with mini marts, such as Sunset Mini Mart and Monarcas Mini Market. The shop 86'd Eats provides a great addition to local farmer's markets in the area where you can pick up tubs of feta, sun-dried tomatoes and taziki. If you are looking for fresh and organic produce, try Sprouts Farmer Market on East Tropicana Avenue bordering Winchester and Paradise neighborhoods.
Justice Myron E. Leavitt and Jaycee Community Park services the Winchester neighborhood and has plenty of amenities sprawling over the 18 acres. The amenities include a lighted artificial turf soccer field, playground and water play area, dog runs, bocce, shuffleboard and horseshoe courts, outdoor fitness equipment, shaded structures for families to enjoy picnics and walking paths.
Events and activities take place all year round at the Winchester Cultural Center. The gallery hosts exhibits to highlight local talent, has diverse youth and adult programs, a park that includes a skate park and has the only indoor theater with over 200 seats in Clark County.
Apartments for Rent in Winchester, Las Vegas, NV
Winchester contains part of the famous Las Vegas Strip and remains an unincorporated town. It's situated in the east-central part of the Las Vegas Valley. The neighborhood includes resorts such as Circus Circus, SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, as well as the Las Vegas Country Club.
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