Cohousing, a new concept arriving in Southern Nevada, refers to a community of individually owned homes clustered around shared common buildings.
Entry doors are becoming the focal point of the home.
Design centers give homebuyers the opportunity to see the different elements that builders offer firsthand.
Much like finessing an ensemble isn’t complete until the perfect shoes are adorned, a home isn’t polished until the perfect flooring is underfoot.
There’s a big trend toward contemporary styling as freestanding tubs, floating cabinets and sitting areas are making their way into master suites.
A strong trend in the home building industry is the multigenerational household.
Pulte Homes has re-entered the Henderson market following a nearly 20-year developing hiatus.
Colorado’s first net-zero, geosolar master-planned development, GEOS, provides a futuristic glimpse into the way communities are designed and built.
Closets aren’t just a place to store clothes, hidden behind doors.
Skye Canyon, the latest master-planned community in the northwestern Las Vegas Valley, debuted its newest model homes at a Jan. 23 Century Communities grand opening.
The amenities provided by master planned communities continually evolve and change.
The way families are living is changing as adult children, older grandparents and parents are moving in.
A sense of community is created through communal activities, events and community gathering places such as houses of worship.
Large pantries are a huge selling advantage and additional storage is always desired.
But if homeowners allow smart devices into their private sanctuary, do they also invite additional problems and complexities?