Summerlin’s new neighborhoods have access to services

The name Summerlin is often associated with the entire western rim of the Las Vegas Valley but, the 22,500-acre master-planned community has clearly defined borders, stretching as far north as West Cheyenne Avenue and south just past Russell Road.

With nearly 36 square miles of neighborhoods, parks, top-ranked schools, churches and a developing downtown that will house more than 125 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, Summerlin is within easy access of the entire city via the 215 Beltway.

As The Howard Hughes Corp. continues to build new homes in The Mesa village to the south and The Paseos village in the west, amenities are already available in each new neighborhood. Shopping centers that have been part of the community landscape over the past 23 years offer residents in Summerlin’s newest neighborhoods access to living essentials such as grocery stores, dry cleaners and doctors’ offices.

“One of Summerlin’s greatest attributes is that while neighborhoods continue to open with new homes offering a broad variety of floor plans and the latest green-home … technologies, Summerlin is an established master-planned community,” said Danielle Bisterfeldt, Summerlin marketing director. “This community has a proven track record of creating an enhanced quality of life for its residents. Even our newest neighborhoods offer nearby living essentials as well as easy access to the 215 Beltway, providing direct routes to Summerlin Parkway, major highways, the Las Vegas Strip and (McCarran International Airport).”

Summerlin residents have the greatest access to natural resources for recreation as they are just minutes from Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.

Complemented by Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas water park, nine golf courses and two community swimming pools, residents also have access to what is quite possibly one of the most anticipated assets to the community, the creation of Downtown Summerlin, home to 125 open-air retail, dining, and entertainment venues.

Developed along the 215 Beltway just south of Red Rock Resort, the regional retail center in Downtown Summerlin will fill a void for shoppers across the valley who want to avoid the Strip or just want a new and sophisticated shopping experience.

Summerlin offers residents beautiful homes in beautifully landscaped neighborhoods with some of the best amenities in the valley and a place to call home at the center of it all.

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