When The Howard Hughes Corp. commenced development on The Paseos Village in Summerlin in 2003, significant efforts were made to harmoniously blend the village's design into the natural environment of the area, Summerlin officials said.
Today, The Paseos is home to hundreds of hacienda- and mission-style homes that offer outdoor living areas and a rich variety of native plants.
"The Southwestern influence is clearly evident in the details of the homes, village landmarks, streetscapes and landscaping of The Paseos," said Julie Cleaver, director of design and planning for The Howard Hughes Corp., developer of Summerlin. "Home buyers inspired by the natural beauty of this area are right at home in this village."
Homes in The Paseos feature simple architectural lines, clay barrel roof tiles, earth-toned stucco and a variety of outdoor living areas, including courtyards, patios, decks, loggias and balconies.
"Blending indoor and outdoor living areas was a top priority in The Paseos," Cleaver said. "Outdoor living areas are in great demand and constantly growing in popularity."
The Paseos is located close to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The village features miles of completed trails and dozens of open parks, including a large community park, The Paseos Park, which features baseball/tee-ball fields, a sand volleyball court, basketball court, interactive water feature and open play areas.
Home buyers interested in purchasing a new home in The Paseos Village have seven condominium floor plans to choose from at Coronado by Westmark Homes.
Located near the southern entry of the village off Desert Sunrise Road, Coronado is a 174-unit project that features plans ranging from 1,305 to 1,803 square feet, priced from the high $200,000s.
The neighborhood features a swimming pool and fitness center designed for the exclusive use of residents. These amenities complement the offerings of the greater Summerlin community, including social, recreational, educational and cultural opportunities for residents of all ages and interests.
"Summerlin is a highly programmed, multicultural, multigenerational community," said Tom Warden, vice president of community and government relations for The Howard Hughes Corp.
"The parks, the trails, golf courses, schools, houses of worship, shopping centers and business parks combine to create one of the most exceptional lifestyles in Southern Nevada. It's no wonder nearly 100,000 valley residents have chosen to live here," Warden said.
Developed by The Howard Hughes Corp., an affiliate of General Growth Properties Inc., Summerlin is a 22,500-acre master-planned community located along the western rim of the Las Vegas Valley. It began to take shape in 1990.
The community is home to more than 95,000 residents. With about 7,500 acres still to develop, including its urban core, Summerlin Centre, Summerlin continues to unfold.
Summerlin is home to more than 100 neighborhood and village parks, more than 150 completed miles of the Summerlin trail system, nine golf courses, a dozen houses of worship, numerous shopping centers, medical and cultural facilities, business parks, 22 public and private schools and more than 100 actively selling floor plans.
Homes are available in a variety of styles -- from single-family homes to townhomes, condominiums and lofts -- priced from the high $200,000s to more than $2 million.
Custom home sites in The Ridges Village are priced from the $500,000s. Luxury apartment homes offer monthly rents starting from the $900s.
For more information, visit summerlin.com or call 888-898-5015.