Living in Las Vegas, NV has to be one of the most exciting parts of my life. Constantly changing and growing, the areas of the far northwest are on the verge of greatness, and the fastest growing part is Centennial Hills.
Not one year ago, Centennial Hills was a bunch of homes with some grocery stores and shops thrown in. Now with all the construction being completed it is a relative Mecca for Las Vegans. A new hospital, medical complex and Mall of America, Centennial Hills is the place to live.
With a median income of more than $70,000, the area is filled with upper middle class to upper class families. The grocery stores and specialty shops gear their business to the fast-paced lifestyle lead by the people of Las Vegas. With in a one-mile radius from central Centennial Hills you will soon be able to visit a Starbucks, have some sushi, shop at your favorite clothing store, stop off at the pediatricians for a quick check up and swing by the hospital for your yearly blood work. All this and never burning a gallon of gas.
Located just 35 highway minutes from the Las Vegas strip, Centennial Hills can be called a bedroom community of sorts. People living in the community rarely work there. Quick access to the 95 and 215 make this area perfect for those morning commutes.
By the end of 2007, America’s second largest mall will be open and booming with business in the heart of Centennial Hills. Again geared toward the quick-paced life of Las Vegans, the mall will be multi-story and offer condominiums for purchase on the upper floors. Where else in the world could you buy your home in a mall? Where else would you want to?
Being in the heart of all this wonderful growth and change lays a community with great family values. There are parks and recreational activities within minutes of almost every housing development. Skate parks, soccer fields, basketball courts, water parks, dog parks and YMCA activities are all available on a daily basis.
Being centrally located in Clark County also has its advantages. Located one hour south of Centennial Hills is the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. Perfect weekend getaway locations. If the heat in the summer is something you want to escape, head one hour north and you will be at Mount Charleston cooling it out over the perfect family picnic or camping trip.
When planning your next move within Las Vegas or into Las Vegas, look at Centennial Hills. The growth has just started and we are bathing ourselves in the good life. Centennial Hills is perfect for families, single person and newlywed couples. Come join us!