The roster of very ambitious plans for Henderson's Water Street district continues to grow, even during the shutdown. The City of Henderson has skillfully managed to continue scheduling its review boards, commissions, and council meetings and new filings have updated progress on The Watermark, a previously approved eight-story residential and commercial venture that has recently increased in scope.
Headed to the southeast corner of Water Street and Atlantic Avenue, across from the future site of the Vegas Golden Knights practice ice rink facility, The Watermark plans to construct 139 apartments and 82,100 square feet of office and commercial space.
Expanding since given the official green light last July, the building imagines a pool deck and lounging area for tenants on the seventh floor and a row of public dining options at street level.
Current paperwork references a bar, a lounge, and a “food hall restaurant,” plus the possibility of more dining tenants moving into the building's long frontage.
Inspired by a “contemporary interpretation of modernism,” the project has yet to begin construction and has not yet updated a possible opening date.
Also still in the works, the long-planned neighboring mixed-use projects at 31 and 37 S. Water Street scheduled to feature restaurants, a brewery space and local retailers, plus the former 175,000-square-foot concept known as The Revenant, now renamed Bella Pointe, still promising to bring “several new restaurants” to the intersection of Water Street and Victory Road.
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