Cherry Development to Break Ground on Las Vegas Community

The shareDOWNTOWN brand is set to expand with a third iteration.

Cherry Development will soon break ground on shareDOWNTOWN Westside, a 104-unit multifamily community in Las Vegas’ Historic Westside neighborhood. Completion of the third property under the shareDOWNTOWN brand is projected for 2026.

In the first large-scale, ground-up new development in the Historic Westside in nearly 70 years, the project will encompass single-bedroom floorplans in the 500-square-foot range. Apartments are expected to feature European cabinetry, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, as well as all-in-one washers and dryers.

Community amenities will include a business center, fitness center, community kitchen area and open-air courtyard. Additionally, the developer plans to incorporate 13,000 square feet of retail space, including an adjacent 6,200-square-foot food hall for food and beverage businesses. 

The property will also feature a coworking area with a private conference room and individual workstations. Plans also call for keyless front-door locks, fully secured garage and remotely monitored cameras.

Cherry blossoms in Vegas’ rental market

The project will rise at 1100 D St., where the Greater New Jerusalem Church stood not long ago. shareDOWNTOWN Westside will be off Interstate 15, while U.S. Route 95 will be less than 2 miles away. Employers such as Mountainview Hospital, SOFIDEL America and Southern Nevada University Medical Center are within an 8-mile radius of the site. Las Vegas Premium Outlets North, providing retail, entertainment and dining options across its 175 stores, is less than 2 miles away.

This new iteration of the shareDOWNTOWN brand will bring Cherry’s Las Vegas unit count to 251. The firm started with a 63-unit community completed in 2020, then brought online a second 84-unit building just last year.

Vegas’ Westside development pipeline had 810 units in the planning and permitting stages across four properties as of March, Yardi Matrix data reveals. According to a recent report, the metro’s most supply-condensed submarket is Spring Valley-West, with 2,637 units under construction as of October.

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