(LAS VEGAS, NV) -- BondRok Partners recently announced the completion of The Modern loft condominiums on the west side of Las Vegas. With 83 mid-rise lofts ranging from 1,234 to 2,723 square feet, this new community presents a simple, clean style and a wealth of amenities including a resort-style pool and sun deck, two-story fitness center, three open courtyards, and an on-site concierge.
Boka Powell was retained to create a clean, modern identity for the model condominiums, common areas and front entry. Three model residences are being furnished in a simple, sophisticated style, designed to appeal to a range of potential buyers.
Among the offerings: Lofts designed for the bachelor in mind, using black, greys, whites, leather with modern art; 2-bedroom units, featuring a super white, clean look, with natural wood, leather and textures and 2-bedrooms with studies, providing a mix of contemporary and modern elements, artwork and furnishings suitable for families.
"Our approach with The Modern was to design for today's primary home buyer, with a modest, clean look," said Caroline Edsell, designer, BOKA Powell. "We used a lot of natural wood and contemporary furnishings,"
BOKA Powell selected the furnishings and provided creative direction for the shared community amenities, including three open courtyards, a resort-style pool and spa, a sun deck with wet bar and cabanas, shaded poolside verandas, multiple barbeque grills, fire pits and pet parks.
"Having worked with BOKA Powell previously on the St. Regis Dallas development, we knew their superior design sensibility and understanding of clean, well-appointed living spaces would serve as a perfect complement to our vision for The Modern," said Patrick Humes, principal with BondRok Partners. "We set out to create a stylish community that was unprecedented in Las Vegas and with BOKA Powell's assistance, we have achieved that."
The bank-owned property was originally developed under the name Luxe Lofts. BondRok Partners and CrossHarbor Capital Partners LLC bought the stalled project in May 2011 and retooled the design and construction to create The Modern.