Q: I appreciate it when readers respond to these columns, even when they don’t agree with what I’ve said. My Sept. 21 column about the differences between a condo and a town house is a case in point. For whatever reason, this generated more response than usual from readers.
Shea Homes at Ardiente in North Las Vegas is an age-qualified community known for its resort lifestyle and energy-efficient features.
Rising energy costs are a concern for every homeowner in Southern Nevada. Some residents are turning to solar power for a way to save money.
Summerlin’s newest neighborhood features 53 single-story homes. Santaluz by Toll Brothers is in The Paseos village and is one of the most popular new-home developments in the master-planned community. These homes are tucked along the western rim of the valley and offer three floor plans featuring Spanish colonial, mission, Mediterranean and Santa Barbara-style homes.
In the heart of CityCenter on the Strip stand Veer Towers, the two golden towers that lean at five degree angles. Buyers have said they are attracted to Veer Towers because of their location, unit selection, views and amenities. Since restarting sales in February, Pordes Residential Sales and Marketing has sold more than 90 units.
Madeira Canyon is Richmond American’s planned community in Henderson.
Pardee Homes is introducing a new model home at its Durango Trail community in southwestern Las Vegas, and grand opening activities are planned for Nov. 9.
Executives at Harmony Homes recently noted the popularity of its Daybreak community in the Sunrise Mountain area. Daybreak, which debuted this year, is already more than one-third sold.