Northeast Las Vegas is a great spot to load up on culture, with great art and museums as well as lots of options for seeing dance and other performances. If you need to expand your search beyond Northeast Las Vegas, a few suitable alternatives not too far away are South Las Vegas and Spring Valley.
Food, Libations and Recreation
Finding your bearings in a new place--locating groceries, cleaners and places to relax and have fun--is one of the most basic things all renters do when establishing themselves in a new area. To help in that process, a couple important streets to know in Northeast Las Vegas are E Charleston Blvd. and Las Vegas Blvd. N. It's these streets, in particular, where drinking, dining and recreation is easily found. With our apartment finder tool settling for that "so-so" spot is not an option. Find what you want in Northeast Las Vegas without moving a muscle, and look forward to your next front door.
Enjoy a tasty dinner at Teriyaki Co and have cocktails afterward at Downtown Cocktail Room. Food variety includes pizza, sandwiches and deli snacks. Run up a tab at some of the local bars, including spots like Stateside Lounge and Barcelona Lounge. Additionally, easy and delicious grub can be ordered up at Wing Street and Wingstop. Both restaurants are in the neighborhood.
For health and wellness enthusiasts, Northeast Las Vegas has it covered. On Hayden Peak Ln. is K-Star Health & Fitness, and Bikini Fitness is also in the neighborhood. Artistic-admirers everywhere will appreciate the range of events located in the neighborhood's Silver Doll Dancers.
Check out the Yelp page for a more comprehensive list of places to dine, drink, and play in Northeast Las Vegas.
Local Shopping and Conveniences
Palengke Oriental Market and Super Mercadolos Compadres are just some of the grocery stores in Northeast Las Vegas. The stores are both conveniently located near each other on Stewart Ave. For specialty foods, Northeast Las Vegas has one main market, Botanica La Mexicana. For cookies, cakes and other baked goods, Bimbo Bakeries Usa is in the neighborhood on W Bonanza Rd. and Donut Time is also in the area. Additionally, a few household name grocery stores in the area include Walmart Neighborhood Market and Smart & Final.
Northeast Las Vegas has many retailers for last-minute shopping needs, including New World Discount Mall and Bonanza Discount. There's no shortage of shopping in the neighborhood. One of the multiple malls in the area, Paradise Development is another great shopping opportunity. The neighborhood contains multiple retailers and shopping malls, which may be attractive to potential renters who are also brand-conscious and savvy.
Neighborhood Demographics and Costs of Living
Northeast Las Vegas is less expensive than other Las Vegas metro areas, such as South Las Vegas. On average a household in Northeast Las Vegas spends $42.2K/year in total expenditures, compared to South Las Vegas's $86.6K/year.
The nearby neighborhood of Spring Valley is distinct from Northeast Las Vegas for multiple reasons. In Northeast Las Vegas the median age is 28, while in Spring Valley it's 35. In Northeast Las Vegas, the average household size is 2.7 people, and it's 1.91 people in Spring Valley. Of households in Northeast Las Vegas and Spring Valley, 48% and 27% have children, respectively.