Las Vegas restaurant group LEV announced restaurant coming to Auric Symphony Park during event
On Tuesday, September 14, Southern Land Company (“SLC”) hosted a grand opening event at our new luxury apartment home community, Auric Symphony Park. The community was developed in partnership with GTIS Partners (“GTIS”), a real assets investment firm that manages in excess of $4 billion in gross assets with a U.S. focus on residential and industrial/logistics investments.
SLC employees and partners who have been part of creating and operating Auric Symphony Park attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception at the property’s resort-style pool and courtyard area to celebrate the milestone.
“We are so proud of what we have created with Auric Symphony Park and to be part of the revitalization of this area of Las Vegas,” said Tim Downey, founder and CEO of SLC. “We set out to design and build a beautiful apartment home community that blends quality and style with comfort and convenience for Las Vegas residents. Thanks to our talented team, many incredible partners, and the championing of Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, Councilman Cedric Crear, and the City of Las Vegas, I believe we have done just that.”
As part of the grand opening celebration, Las Vegas Chef James Trees announced the second location of Al Solito Posto at Auric Symphony Park. The invigorating restaurant and lounge offering refined Italian classics and elevated cocktails will be part of Auric Symphony Park’s upscale living, retail, and dining space in the Downtown district. Al Solito Posto will provide warm, neighborhood-style service driven by distinguished professionals and classic dishes done uncommonly well.
“We are excited to bring Al Solito Posto to the residents of Auric Symphony Park and the Downtown community,” said Jeffrey Fine, CEO, LEV Group. “In celebrating the talents of our chefs, partners, and our passion for food, we are looking forward to being a part of what makes Las Vegas dining so special in our new home.”
Additionally, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman and Councilman Cedric Crear welcomed Auric Symphony Park to the community.
“Symphony Park is truly a jewel in Las Vegas, and we are excited to welcome Auric to our city,” said Goodman. “Congratulations to Southern Land Company, and we look forward to seeing new residents moving into our downtown.”
“It has been incredible to watch Auric being built in Symphony Park,” said Crear. “The project has brought jobs to Ward 5 and is bringing needed housing to Downtown Las Vegas. It is a pleasure to welcome Auric to the neighborhood.”
Auric Symphony Park offers 324 apartment homes with market-leading finishes, including quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances, as well as a robust amenities package, including a resort-style pool with two-story cabanas and an outdoor bar, pet park and grooming area, 24-hour concierge service, and more. Auric Symphony Park also features approximately 21,000 square feet of ground level retail and restaurant space.
Additionally, Auric Symphony Park provides residents with a variety of security features, including a Latch system for access control, which enables residents to use their phones for entry and exit as well as to send guests codes for entry; video cameras in common areas and amenity spaces; and private courtesy patrol in the evenings.
The 480,000-square-foot, five-story mid-rise community was designed by SLC and Dallas, Tex.-based GDA Architects and embodies an elegant design that compliments the rich architectural style that has become a signature of Symphony Park. General contractor is Las Vegas-based Martin-Harris Construction.
Apartment homes ranging from junior one-bedrooms to two-bedrooms are available to rent starting at $1,495 per month. Apartment home sizes range from 591 square feet to 1,452 square feet.
Construction of Auric Symphony Park began in May 2019. The community welcomed the first residents in early July 2021.
“We are delighted to partner with SLC and the City of Las Vegas to contribute to the revitalization of this strategic part of the downtown,” said Rob Vahradian, partner and head of U.S. investments at GTIS. “The project is a continuation of our Opportunity Zone strategy to deliver residential housing to areas with an under supply of high-quality rental housing.”
Auric Symphony Park is our first apartment home community in Las Vegas and the first of three SLC projects at Symphony Park. We have a low-rise project and a high-rise project planned for the future to create a master-planned community at Symphony Park.
To learn more about Auric Symphony Park, please visit www.auricvegasapartments.com.