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The Growing Downtown Arts District

Updated: Apr 25, 2023

Art Gallery, Furniture Store, Craft Tap Bar, Clothing Stores, and More.

The Downtown Arts District is considered the tech city of Las Vegas which is home to many start-up companies, arts & festivals, and a growing attraction for both locals and tourist. It’s attracting new store owners coming from different states in our booming city. Main Street has been refreshed with tons of street art and the parallel S. Commerce Street is beginning to pick up some foot traffic as well.

The Good Wolf Lifestyle Co.

1401 S Commerce St, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Sean & Lisa Blanchard from Oklahoma have 3 other shops and can stylize houses, retail stores, restaurants and stages photography studios and other design projects for clients at the same time offer a style and fashion that is hip for the urban community.


1321 S Commerce St, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Chef Natalie Young of the Eat. Restaurant and Nicole Holt of Rove Designs from California open a new design and furniture studio filled with earthy tones and authentic furnishings with spanish influence. Some of the pieces are imported directly from Mexico and other parts of the world. If you're ever downtown, make sure you check em out!

Conrad West Gallery

15 W Colorado Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Claire Conrad displays original paintings, sculptures, and collectables from North America’s premier artists. They opened their doors back in February, 2021 and offer art delivery and installation services and can also make suggestions based on the space they could work with. The owners also stated that they would drive to locations with some of their art to show how it will look in some areas for a buyer that is unsure and requires better visualization. Ultimately, they want their art collectors to feel comfortable and 100% satisfied with the art pieces they choose or display in their establishment or home.

Ser Veh Zah Bottle Shop & Taproom

1301 S Commerce St #130, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Jonathan Barboza, Anthony Herrera and Tony Martinez, SerVehZah opened its doors during the pandemic. This brewery like many others in the area are standing out and showing off their creativity and expertise when it comes to creating craft beers. South Commerce Street and Main Street will be the next bar hopping street similar to other major cities that have a strip of bars for locals and visiting tourist.

Other Downtown Establishments near S. Commerce Street and Main Street worth checkin out!


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