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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Queensridge Condos

This project has beatened the odds. Originally named Versailles, it was due to be constructed back in 1998. After several years of changes and a name change, its finally being built. One Queensridge place will have a total of four buildings, three 18 story high rises and one 14 story. The Queensridge towers will be finished in an art noveau style, reminiscent of old world French and Italian design. The interior and exterior will feature a lot of intricate designs, wrought iron and stone work. Queensridge condos started at $1 million for a basic unit. Currently there are over 40 different floor plans available.

Queensridge penthouses are priced starting at $4 million. Most units are "walk thru" condos, meaning they run the length of the building, making for very few corridors in the interior. Penthouses also have express elevator access. For more information about the Queensridge tower project, please feel free to email Jacqulyn at mailto:info@lvrealty.net?subject=Queensridge.

I've also added pages on two older communities in the Las Vegas valley, Painted Desert and Stallion Mountain. Painted Desert is a golf course community in the northwest built back in the later 80's early 90's. Its a small community in the center of the golf course. It features homes, condos and villas with views of the course and surrounding mountains. Stallion Mountain is a newer project off of E Flamingo by Sunrise Manor. It also has homes and condos with some new construction by Pulte homes.


Saturday, August 20, 2005

Desert Shores Condos

The community of Desert Shores is probably one of the most popular master planned communities in Las Vegas. The lakes there are home to migrant fowl, residents may fish or boat right in their own backyard. So its no wonder that the apartments there are being converted into condominiums - Desert Shores Villas. Residents of these Desert Shores condos will have full access to all of the community amenities, and with condo prices starting the mid 100,000's they will be selling out quickly. Unfortunately the builder doesn't offer many upgrades. Buyers will get a unit with just the basics. Any additional upgrades will have to be done by a third party contractor. However, with the amenities available to residents I don't think that it will adversely effect sales or resales down the road. For information on other Las Vegas condos, feel free to contact my wife, Jacqulyn, directly at info@lvrealty.net.


Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Providence Las Vegas

The newest master planned community in Las Vegas looks very promising. Providence Las Vegas is being developed by the focus group. Aside from the standard fare in master planned communities, Providence will feature over 4,000 trees----all set up in to maximize water savings and provide energy savings at the same time. Each neighborhood inside Providence will feature a different species of tree. The effect should be pretty spectacular in fall and spring. There are 17 builders participating in the project and Providence home buyers should be able to see a model later this year.

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Monday, August 08, 2005

Club Renaissance

Downtown Las Vegas has another project to add to the increasingly lenghthy list, Club Renaissance. Club Renaissance is an entry level project, targeted towards the "young, hip" crowd of twenty somethings who want to live in a luxury project but can't afford to shell out a few million for a penthouse. The units start in the high 100's to low 200's. Information about Club Renaissance is pretty scarce, the developer hasn't released any floor plans or a building layout as of yet. If I find out any more details, I'll post them. The developer's website is no longer up. Fortunately, there's more information on Jacqulyn's page.


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