New Homes

Since 2009, low-emissivity windows have been a required in new homes by International Building Code since 2009. Low-e windows offer a coating that limits how much ultraviolet and infrared light passes through the glass, but still allows light to travel through. Basically, what you can’t see can save you — on your electric bill.
There are projections that demand for Strip high-rise homes may increase with the opening of TMobile Arena, announcement of an NHL expansion team, and the potential NFL team.
When Craig Johnson started in the senior living industry 25 years ago, he and business partner David Baker asked themselves if they’d like to retire in one of their senior living facilities. Both said no.
Master-planned communities are no longer just places residents live. They’re also becoming health and fitness destinations.
Builders across the Las Vegas Valley are becoming more innovative with their patio options as the indoor/outdoor lifestyle continues to grow in popularity.
Packed with amenities like high-quality air purifiers and dawn-simulating lights, the 15 Elysian Well units at The Elysian at the District are aimed at health-conscious renters and designed in partnership with The Cleveland Clinic.
Packed with amenities like high-quality air purifiers and dawn-simulating lights, the 15 Elysian Well units at The Elysian at the District are aimed at health-conscious renters and designed in partnership with The Cleveland Clinic.
What sets CalAtlantic Homes apart from other builders in the Las Vegas Valley is its signature rooftop deck, which can be found in all four of its single-family floor plans in the Capistrano community in Summerlin’s Paseos village.
Nationwide housing starts were virtually unchanged in May, inching down 0.3 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.16 million, according to newly released data from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Commerce Department. Overall permit issuance edged up 0.7 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.14 million.
Toll Brothers’ largest home in its Montecito community at the Paseos Village of Summerlin boasts nearly 3,000 square feet of space. The Trapani floor plan has four bedrooms and 3½ baths and incorporates several indoor/outdoor living elements throughout the single-story home.