The Strip is a suburban community in Las Vegas and home to about 5,300 people who mostly work in services, food service and retail professions. If you're looking for a new place, check out the apartments for rent in neighboring South Las Vegas and Spring Valley.
Demographics and Cost of Living
The cost of living in The Strip is lower than it is in South Las Vegas. The average household spends $50.3K/year in total expenditures, compared to South Las Vegas's $86.6K/year.
The nearby neighborhood of Spring Valley is distinct from The Strip for multiple reasons. In The Strip the median age is 24, while in Spring Valley it's 35. In The Strip, the average household size is 1.52 people, and it's 1.91 people in Spring Valley. Of households in The Strip and Spring Valley, 13% and 27% have children, respectively.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation Near the Apartments for Rent
Find your footing in a new neighborhood with a little help from ApartmentGuide.com. For starters, look into living near two of The Strip's busiest areas. If easy access to your favorite restaurants, bars and basic conveniences is important, consider renting near Las Vegas Blvd. S and Industrial Rd. With our apartment finder tool settling for that "so-so" spot is not an option. Find what you want in The Strip without moving a muscle, and look forward to your next front door.
Enjoy a fulfilling meal at Ichiban and make a pit stop after at Petrossian for drinks. Break out of your comfort zone and try a new type of food or stick with your favorites in The Strip. It has a wide variety of food offerings, like pizza, appetizers and snacks, deli snacks and sandwiches. With more than a dozen bars to choose from, find your favorite place for a quick beer or round of cocktails. A few great options include Rok Vegas Nightclub, Rouge and Venus Pool. Sometimes food that is fast or familiar is all that will do. In such cases, Benihana and Denny's are both around the proverbial corner.
With Las Vegas Sporting Hse Massage and Hot Bodies located in the heart of the neighborhood, The Strip makes it easy for residents to stay on top of their health. As for other forms of recreation, The Strip is not without its tourism draws. A local claim to fame is the Adventures International Las.
Check out the Yelp page for a more comprehensive list of places to dine, drink, and play in The Strip.
The Strip has a number of grocery stores, including Basin White and Kosher Gourmet. The stores are located on Las Vegas Blvd. S. For your sweet-tooth, head to All Star Donuts on Las Vegas Blvd. S, or enjoy some baked goods at nearby Pastry Shop, which is also in the area. Furthermore, for household-name grocery stores, there's Circle K on S Las Vegas Blvd.
For greater selection and value when shopping, The Strip has department and factory-outlet stores, such as M Arciano and Barneys New York. The Strip also has multiple shopping malls. For more brand-conscious shoppers, the neighborhood has major retailers and shopping malls. One major retailer is Brookstone and there's Shoppes At The Palazzo, a mall located on Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Local Schools and School Districts
The schools near the apartments in The Strip are Burk Horizon Southwest Sunset High School, William E Orr Middle School and Paradise Elementary School. Due to the fact that school district boundaries do not necessarily line up with county lines, you should contact local school district representatives for more information on exactly which schools serve the apartments for rent you are most interested.
State-Sponsored Charter district has seven elementary schools, five middle schools and seven high schools. State-Sponsored Charter Schools and Clark County School District have comparable student-body sizes, however Clark County School District has a more favorable student-teacher ratio of 21-to-1. Clark County School District has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the State-Sponsored Charter district.