Lake Las Vegas opens up outdoor fitness activities
Lake Las Vegas, Henderson’s only waterfront master plan, continues to sell new homes with trusted building communities including Blue Heron, Pulte, Lennar, Woodside Homes, Del Webb, and Taylor Morrison Homes.
“Long-time residents and newest residents of Lake Las Vegas have found a new appreciation for what makes this community special,” said Patrick Parker, president of Raintree Investment Corp., which manages Lake Las Vegas. “It’s secluded from the bustling parts of the city but still offers the perfect mix of fitness and social options, plus the shops and services you love to have near you.”
A variety of new home options continue to be available for sale in Lake Las Vegas, including townhouses, one-story homes, two-story homes, semi-custom homes, and custom homes and reception sites.
The community has found plenty of fans in recent years, with sports and entertainment celebrities frequently seen in their neighborhood market, Seasons Grocery & Deli, on the trails and on the golf course.
“All of our outdoor fitness activities are open,” said Dann Battistone, general manager of the Lake Las Vegas Sports Club. “Our pickleball and tennis programs have resumed, and indoor fitness programs continue to be delivered virtually. Our golf academy and golf courses have resumed operations and residents are enjoying the many biking and hiking trails across Lake Las Vegas. Whether you are a Spartan level athlete or just love to walk your dog in the afternoon, you can train here.
Southern Nevada real estate officials are reporting that more and more homeowners are seeing Lake Las Vegas as one of the best communities they are looking for for their new homes.
“There is a whole new appreciation for single-family homes and communities with amenities,” said Gene Northup, owner of Synergy Sotheby’s International Realty. Northup also represents Lake Las Vegas’ award-winning custom home, Water’s Edge, which is available for sale. “People want their own homes instead of living in a skyscraper with shared facilities and services. They want their own backyards, places to walk and exercise, and the resort lifestyle they’ve become accustomed to.
“Real estate is still an active industry in southern Nevada,” Northup said. “People are always looking for new homes. They want a quiet place where they can be closer to nature and block out the bright lights and noise of the city a bit.
Among the new housing neighborhoods on Lake Las Vegas is the new Del Webb Lake Las Vegas, with nine floor plans with up to four bedrooms, up to 3½ baths, and garages for two or three cars. The first community of active adults over 55 is Del Webb’s first development in southern Nevada in the past 10 years.
“Del Webb Lake Las Vegas is the largest neighborhood of new homes sold in the community, and has been very well received by locals and those looking to relocate to places like Southern California, Chicago and the Midwest,” Parker said. “Our beautiful weather most of the year, combined with attractive tax structures and excellent entertainment and dining, have made it a top destination for retirees.”
All of Lake Las Vegas’s new neighborhoods are close to the award-winning Reflection Bay Golf Club, which has two PGA Tour professionals and recently opened the High Performance Golf Institute, which trains some of the nation’s top young golfers.
Lake Las Vegas Resort surrounds its own 320-acre lake and is a short drive from the Las Vegas Strip and downtown. Residents and guests enjoy the Reflection Bay Golf Club, Lake Las Vegas Sports Club, restaurants, hotels and community events year-round. For more information on all of the new host communities in Lake Las Vegas, visit www.lakelasvegas.com.