More than 30 percent of the master plan has been designated as community space including passive and active parks, trails, recreational facilities, golf courses, the Summerlin Trail System, landscaped areas and natural preserved areas. The Summerlin Library and Performing Arts Center and the Donald W. Reynolds Cultural Center, home of Nevada Ballet Theatre, serve as the cultural cornerstone of this master planned community, and Summerlin is one of the few communities in the country to host professional regional dance troupes. There are also eight private schools and nine private schools for residents to choose from, with some of the finest academic programs in the Las Vegas Valley. For a complete overview of the Summerlin Village amenities, click here to view the amenities map.
By far the largest master-planned community in the city and rated #1 for growth in the entire nation for a number of years, Summerlin real estate occupies 22,500 acres on the northwest side of Las Vegas and features an extensive array of parks, biking and hiking trails, shops, schools, libraries and business districts as well as community tennis courts and pools, recreational facilities and an amphitheater for performing arts.
This community was one of the Las Vegas Valley’s earliest adopters of desert landscaping and is often credited with helping to significantly improve its public image and acceptance, and today the community is more committed than ever to low-water-use landscapes.
Over 64,000 homes and 200,000 people will be contained within Summerlin’s borders at complete build-out in approximately 2020, and it has numerous public and private golf courses and retirement communities as well as family-oriented neighborhoods. Prices here range from moderately priced starter homes and condos to over $5,000,000 in the luxury custom home developments, and there are both brand new and resale homes and condos available.