Scores of golfers from the National Association of Hispanic Realtors (NAHREP) enjoyed the scenic and challenging Tuscany Golf Club, located within Rhodes Homes’ Tuscany Residential Village master-planned community, while playing in the organization’s Cinco Tee Mayo golf tournament.
Rhodes Homes, developer of Tuscany, was one of the sponsors of the event, which benefits NAHREP, an organization that works to increase the Hispanic homeownership rate by empowering real estate professionals who serve Hispanic consumers.
“We were excited to partner with NAHREP to hold this successful golf tournament that benefited their important efforts,” said Ryan Soucie, director of sales for Rhodes Homes. “The event was able to raise funds, and awareness, that will result in more Hispanic families achieving the dream of homeownership.”
The funds raised at the tournament help NAHREP in its efforts to assist members in successfully adjusting to industry changes brought about by enhanced modern technologies, as well as achieve greater representation in key government regulatory positions related to real estate.
“At Rhodes Homes, we’ve had the privilege of assisting numerous Hispanic families purchase their first new home, or move up to a larger home,” said Soucie. “We have a great deal of respect for the Hispanic community, and are proud that we could be part of an event that helps empower more members of this community.”
Designed by Ted Robinson Jr., the 6,906-yard, par 72 Tuscany Golf Course was recently named Golf Magazine’s No. 1 Golf Course in Las Vegas in its annual BBQ (Bang for the Buck Quotient) rankings.
When Tuscany Golf Club’s home, Tuscany Residential Village, is complete, a road that loops through the 18 distinct neighborhoods in the 18-hole, Ted Robinson Jr.-designed golf course community will bring together an estimated 6,000 residents living in nearly 2,000 homes.
Seven model home communities, comprising 22 models and more than 33 floor plans, ranging from 1,724 to 4,392 square feet, are now open in Tuscany. Each offers innovative floor plans including three-story townhomes, single story homes, two-story homes, three-story homes with lofts, and great rooms with spacious kitchens featuring center islands. Prices in Tuscany begin in the $200,000s.
A 35,000-square-foot recreation center, La Vita Tuscana, is under construction and will be open to homeowners of the community.
It will include a basketball court, two racquetball/handball courts, fitness room, meeting rooms, card room, billiards, tennis courts, lap pool, lagoon pool, children’s playground and picnic area.
To visit the models, take Lake Mead Drive past Boulder Highway to Mohawk Drive and turn left.
Office hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Prospective buyers can find information on the development by calling 873-7287 or visiting Rhodes Homes at rhodeshomes.com.