Clark County commissioners on Wednesday approved plans for a new residential complex across the street from open-air mall Downtown Summerlin.
The project would have one- and two-bedroom units ranging from 667 to 1,358 square feet. It also would feature a resident park and dog park, county documents show.
Those documents do not disclose the project’s name or whether units would be available for rent or sale.
The complex would be a short walk from Howard Hughes’ 106-acre Downtown Summerlin project, which features department stores, eateries and other shops, as well as a nine-story office building.
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