Las Vegas native Roberto Orellana has lived in Summerlin nearly all his life. A graduate of Bishop Gorman High School who left Nevada briefly to attend San Diego State University, the 26-year-old is now a business development executive for Aristocrat Technologies Inc., a global gaming giant that also calls the master-planned community home.
These young ladies joined their fathers, James and Justin, both employees of Pardee Homes, for the grand opening Aug. 10 of the builder’s Cirrus neighborhood. All three girls appear perfectly at home in the playhouse in the backyard of the Plan Two model.
■ Blue Heron, a design/build firm led by founder and Las Vegas native Tyler Jones, has announced that Ryan Thompson has joined the company as chief marketing officer. Thompson will be an integral part to the growth strategy for the company, overseeing the evolution of the Blue Heron brand, strategic vision, marketing strategy and media across all platforms.
Toll Brothers has announce the opening of its newest model homes at Concord at Cadence in Henderson. The professionally decorated models will open for tours during the grand opening event Aug. 17 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Like the August weather, the Las Vegas apartment market is hot and single-family home rentals are bustling as well.
Oakland Raiders President Marc Badain and two YouTube sensations are among the high-profile buyers of the 20 highest priced newly constructed luxury homes closed in 2019.
If your CCRs did not prohibit renting or leasing at the time you purchased your rental homes the association cannot prohibit the renting or leasing of homes.
The new home luxury market is surging during the first six months of 2019 despite a decline in the housing market overall, and MacDonald Highlands and Summerlin continue to dominate the marketplace with a combined 80 new home closings of $1 million or more.
Yes, you were wrong. And, no the association does not by law have to provide you any notice for parking in a handicap spot per NRS 116.3102 (1s).
It’s a big beautiful view of the world from the 19th floor when you call Residence No. 1919 at One Las Vegas home.
Located on the South Strip, minutes from the developing Raiders football stadium; the bustling T-Mobile Arena; world-class shopping and dining on the Strip; and nearby Town Square, One Las Vegas, the iconic twin-tower high-rise, is showcasing its White Throne Mountain floor plan — residence No. 622.
The Summerlin Children’s Forum, a nonprofit organization established in 1997 by leaders of the Summerlin master-planned community and its developer, The Howard Hughes Corp., recently awarded college scholarships to three outstanding recent high school graduates who are residents of the community.
Pardee Homes is celebrating the grand opening today (Aug. 10) of Cirrus in southwest Las Vegas off South Jones Boulevard, south of Cactus Avenue.
If anyone needs a superhero on their side, it’s children battling cancer and their families. They’re not only dealing with the disease’s physical effects but also with treatment, emotional impact, financial considerations and potential out-of-state travel. The biggest hero to these vulnerable kids and families is the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada, which provides support in all these areas.
Food, fun and prizes are in store as Skye Canyon unveils five appointed models at the First Look: Northglenn and Madera by Century Communities.
For 20 million visitors each year, the Las Vegas experience doesn’t start in a hotel lobby; it starts at a gate at McCarran International Airport. As the gateway to Southern Nevada for nearly half of our annual visitors, McCarran has become perhaps the single most important component of the region’s thriving tourism economy. Today, the […]
An uber luxury Spanish Hills home lived in by its builder Jim Rhodes that set the second highest resale value in Las Vegas history at $16 million tops the list for the most expensive sale so far in 2019.
Blue Heron’s newest game-changer is emulated in its Vegas Modern 001 (VM001). The new 14,100-square-foot, three-level show home at 685 Dragon Peak Drive inside the prestigious Macdonald Highlands Dragons Reserve.
The first Las Vegas home owned by Golden Knights owner, Bill Foley, is on the market.
World-renowned master photographer Peter Lik has found a new niche. This Vegas icon is turning his creative eye toward redefining luxury home design in Las Vegas.