Since 2013, Las Vegas has been laser-focused on diversifying its economy away from entertainment and tourism. Of course, Vegas will always be Vegas: larger-than-life casinos, eye-popping architecture and attractions, and 24/7 fun to feed the most voracious of appetites. But Las Vegas is evolving into a leading “hub of inspiration, entrepreneurial energy, creativity, innovation, prosperity, and discovery” thanks to heavy investment in its environment and the local and business communities.
Examples of this include the Innovation District, a center for testing groundbreaking technologies, such as self-driving vehicles; Symphony Park, the center of Las Vegas art and culture, The Las Vegas Medical District , a collaborative effort between the city of Las Vegas and the downtown Las Vegas medical and health care community and Enterprise Park, a 75-acre mixed-use business park that offers many attractive features.
Where to eat
For a casual coffee break, grab a coworker and head to Las Vegas icon SkinnyFats and “Live Healthy, Live Happy” by eating the food you enjoy with the people you love, or eating the food you love, with the people you enjoy. Your choice.
For authentic Mexican food, head to this “hole-in-the-wall” known especially for their birrias and burritos.
On the days you want to make the most of that unique Las Vegas vibe, Border Grill at Mandalay Bay is a great option. Only in Vegas can you round off a meal with a visit to the Shark Reef Aquarium.
Where to sweat
A stone’s throw from SaGE@Valley View Blvd is the Refuge Climbing and Fitness Center with 11,000 square feet of climbing walls, cardio machines, kettle bells, and full training equipment.
If you like your sport a little less high octane, nearby Bali Hai Gold Club is the only championship golf course remaining on the Strip and offers golfing experiences for people of all levels.
The surrounding area is packed with restaurants and eateries and spaces to inspire you.
Where to Eat
Meadows Mall Food Court has a selection of fast-food restaurants and cafés, great for coffee breaks and lunches. Try Sansei for Japanese food and Cinnabon for an indulgent breakfast.
Where to Find Inspiration
One of Las Vegas’ most treasured attractions. With over 180 acres of nature walks, botanical gardens, wetlands, the park is also host to outdoor concerts and events, and the Nevada State Museum.
The preserve’s attractions all have different opening times, so check before you escape to this natural wonder in the heart of Las Vegas.
Rent Your Virtual Office Address at SaGE@Grand Montecito Pkwy, Las Vegas
SaGE also offers virtual office rental in the north of Las Vegas in Grand Montecito Parkway. Virtual office and mailbox rentals are an excellent service for professionals and small businesses who require an established presence in Las Vegas without the cost of physical office rental.
At SaGE@Grand Montecito Parkway, you will have access to secure mailbox and reception services including mail forwarding.
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Rent Your Virtual Office Address at SaGE@Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas
Just minutes from the most famous address in town, the Las Vegas Strip, SaGE@Valley View Boulevard brings you coworking spaces, meeting rooms, and training rooms to rent right in the heart of Vegas. You’ll have as your neighbors some of the most iconic casinos in the world as well as plenty of local businesses, restaurants, and sports centers.
SaGE@Valley View Blvd
5725 S Valley View Blvd Suite 7 Las Vegas NV
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Rent Your Virtual Office Address at SaGE@Elton Ave, Las Vegas
Ten minutes from downtown Las Vegas and just off the U-95N Highway, SaGE@Elton Ave offers multiple coworking spaces, hot desks, private offices, and meeting and training rooms all within great facilities including lounges and common workspaces, kitchen areas, a reception, and mail services.
6060 Elton Ave Suite B Las Vegas NV
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