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Summerlin is a master-planned community that is under development by The Howard-Hughes Corporation in the Las Vegas Valley. The area is dotted with affluent and beautiful homes amongst a mixture of residential and commercial homes, all surrounded by the beauty of the Mojave Desert. Summerlin was also named one of the “Best Places to Live in America” by Money. One thing is certain – it is a pristine area full of 150 neighborhoods and village parkes, including the only two Tournament Players Club golf courses in all of Nevada. A stone’s throw away from the big city itself, Summerlin is a quiet, affluent neighbor where residents and visitors alike can enjoy a gorgeous home, lovely cycling paths and some truly refreshing recreation and shopping. Night owls can also find some fantastic bars and clubs, even outside of The Strip or downtown Las Vegas. Summerlin is a city for those who like both excitement and a little bit of peace and quiet.
1952 would be the year that Howard Robard Hughes Jr. purchased 25,000 acres of land in Southern Nevada near Las Vegas and named the area “Husite”. The name would eventually be changed to “Summerlin” after Jean Amelia Summerlin, Hughes’ paternal grandmother. Summa Corporation would be brought in to begin construction of the Summerlin communities in 1990, but the beginning of planning and architecture construction actually began in the 80s. By 2002, Summa was now known as The Howard Hughes Corporation would take on a second exchange with the Bureau of Land Management to eventually go on to complete 150 miles of the Summerlin Trail System. At present, 19 of 31 total villages are complete or in development, and the work is ever-expanding the diverse and decadent city.
Summerlin is located in South Nevada, within the borders of the city of Las Vegas in unincorporated Clark County. Situated near the southernmost tip, Summerlin is known for its luxurious homes and close proximity to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and Spring Mountains.
The climate is arid, as is typical in the Mojave Desert. Like Las Vegas, Summerlin enjoys the flora and fauna of the desert with nearly year-round temperatures ranging in the eighties and nineties. While it was subject to torrential floods like the rest of Las Vegas once, the efforts of the city to negate it have done wonders for Summerlin and the surrounding areas.
Being within the Las Vegas area gives Summerlin the opportunity for some fantastic shopping. Whether it is trendy clothing boutiques, awesome food or stores that border on the obscure, residents and visitors alike are sure to find something to enjoy
Downtown Summerlin – 1980 Festival Plaza Drive - (702) 832-1000
Best Kept Secret Boutique – 1930 Village Center Circle -(702) 255-1100
Rod Works – 10470 West Cheyenne Avenue – (702) 433-8500
Tuesday Morning – 8520 Del Webb Blvd – (702) 363-7073
Residents and visitors alike are sure to find a treat in Summerlin’s numerous restaurants. Whether it be casual or fine-dining, Summerlin’s affluence and Las Vegas influence not only inspires a multitude of options, but some of the most highly rated food in the area
Pasta Idea – 7331 West Lake Mead Blvd – (702) 485-5666
Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen – 2110 North Rampart – (702) 360-8885
Mykonos Greek Cuisine – 9320 Sun City Blvd – (702) 485-5505
Lola A’s Louisiana Kitchen – 1220 North Town Center Dr – (702) 871-5652
Good eats and excellent brews are just a few things that make up Summerlin’s nightlife. Happy hour is indeed a good time for those who are looking for trendy bars and nice places to unwind from the work day. With Las Vegas on the horizon, there is a ton to do for night owls out there
Distill – A Local Bar – 10820 West Charleston Blvd – (702) 534-1400
Marche Bacchus – 2620 Regetta Dr – (702) 804-8008
Cherry – 11011 West Charleston Blvd – (702) 797-7777
The Martini – 1205 South Fort Apache Rd – (702) 227-8464
Summerlin’s decadence shows in the quality of its schools. There are a handful to choose from, both in public and in private schools, ranging from kindergarten, elementary to high school. These schools boast a number of specialties as well as general education, so residents have little to worry about when it comes to their children’s education
E.W. Staton Elementary School – 1700 Sageberry Dr – (702) 799-6720
Wilbur and Theresa Faiss Middle School – 9525 W Maule Ave – (702) 799-6850
Alexander Dawson School – 10845 West Desert Inn Rd – (702) 949-3600
Roseman University of Health Sciences – 11 Sunset Way – (702) 990-4433
Summerlin is surrounded in the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas. Outside of their own recreation-dream communities, there are plenty of landmarks and historical buildings that residents and visitors alike should definitely take advantage of. After all, The Strip and downtown are a hop and a skip away from the affluent, gorgeous villages of Summerlin
Angel Park Detention Basic – Durango Drive
Paris Eiffel Tower – 3655 Las Vegas Blvd – (702) 948-6937
Chocolate Fountain – Las Vegas Blvd 3600
Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort – 908 Las Vegas Blvd N – (702) 486-3511
Mayhem Cave – 3205 Kings Way – (702) 327-7000
Bullets and Burgers – 3113 West Tompkins Avenue – (702) 825-1411
Summerlin is a range of decadent homes that dot the desert horizon, recreation and cycling paths and the faint glimmer of the city of sin off in the distance. Convenient in both location and peace, Summerlin is an area that residents and visitors alike can enjoy if Las Vegas has gotten a little too loud or rowdy for them. With Summerlin ever-growing and the work that is being poured into make sure this planned community is one to be proud of, Summerlin is both a well-respected place to live as well as a must-visit for many who come to see Las Vegas. Whether it is the great school system that sells you, or the convenience of the location, who can say? The Strip is a stone’s throw away, the bars are hopping, the food is spectacular and diverse – the only real question is why haven’t you already gone to see Summerlin?
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