If you’re looking to buy a house Downtown, the “conjoined” neighborhoods of John S. Park and the Huntridge Tract—bordered by Las Vegas Boulevard, Charleston, 15th Street and Oakey—are your best bet. “They’re the only ’hoods so far along in the redevelopment stage that are also bike-friendly and easily walkable to Fremont East, the Arts District, Zappos headquarters and various restaurants,” Realtor “Downtown Steve” Franklin says. The houses range from 1940s-era cottages to mid-century modern ranch homes, and there are still a few gems to be mined. But if you’re wondering which area will be the next to rise, Downtown Steve advises you to keep an eye on the “up-and-coming” neighborhood of Mayfair, bordered by Fremont, Bruce, Charleston and Maryland. “It’s closer to all the things I mentioned, but it’s a little dog-eared,” he says. “It just needs a little love before it becomes a cute boutique neighborhood.”
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