South & Southeast Las Vegas

South Las Vegas communities have been growing and expanding in recent years. Many new homes and real estate developments have popped up reforming the landscape of the south end of the valley. Thousands of houses in dozens of Las Vegas communities contribute to the great Las Vegas culture. The I-15 dissects South Las Vegas as it leaves town toward California. Some residents who have family in California and enjoy the Las Vegas lifestyle live on the south end to cut down on travel time when making out of town visits. Casinos, hotels, and storefronts are popping up all along the I-15 in lieu of the popularity of the area as travelers come and go. 

Huge master-planned communities have been built over the past couple of decades. Las Vegas master-planned communities are developments that are coordinated with city planners well before any construction takes place. The infrastructure of a group of traditional communities is designed so the communities work together to meet commuter needs, shopping needs, and other resident living needs. Parks and landscaping, community centers, and walk ways are laid out to tie the communities together. The result is a master community with amazing amenities and functionality for its real estate owners.

Many residents in south Las Vegas enjoy the relatively quick access they have to the strip and other sought after resources. Shopping centers, public services, and employment centers are all at hand.

 

Southeast
Southeast Las Vegas communities are known for their great access to many of the city’s well-known amenities. Residents are typically a few miles from the strip, and they are the closest of any to Lake Mead. They have quick access to the McCarran Airport, and many business centers are located on that end of the valley as well as station casinos. The Southeast Las Vegas area is comprised of the southeastern corner of Las Vegas, Henderson, and Green Valley. We include Boulder City even though it is over the hill from the valley. Many of the homes in these areas are newer–less than a decade old in many cases. The neighborhoods have been built for comfort and accessibility. Many builders have been responsible for the development and home buyers have a great selection of styles, prices, and locations as they choose their Las Vegas real estate. High-end homes, midrange homes, and more affordable homes are all available depending on the community. Qualified buyers will be able to find what they are looking for in their home-hunting pursuit. 

Mountains surround this end of town typically to the south, and the strip is viewable from many homes and properties to the north. Some properties are nestled within the mountains themselves. Real estate in the more hilly communities features great Las Vegas valley views, while other communities are in the flats.

Major streets cross throughout the southeast providing great access to the best Las Vegas has to offer. Streets like the I-95, Beltway 215, Boulder Hwy, Lake Mead Pkwy, etc., carry commuters throughout the valley.

Residents who live in Southeast Las Vegas enjoy mature developments as well as newly constructed communities. Established neighborhoods anchored in history alongside young neighborhoods, current in style and building technology, provide great options for Las Vegas home and real estate owners.