Paxton Walk Las Vegas $200 Million Mixed Use Development Broke Ground

Paxton Walk Las VegasPaxton Walk Las Vegas mixed use real estate of the $200 million development had groundbreaking yesterday. Paxton Walk contains townhomes, condominiums, storefronts and restaurants in North Las Vegas real estate.

Las Vegas real estate has seen its share of projects where developers have architectural drawings and elaborate floor plans for urban village developments that are said to change the way residents work and live.

Several Las Vegas condo projects have been announced but never came to fruition include The Village at Centennial Hills, The Curve, Las Ramblas, and Urban Village.

Blue Marble Development plans to complete the Las Vegas mixed use project.

Paxton Walk’s first phase of 175 condos, 65 townhomes, billiards room and cabana room, and 9,000-square-foot clubhouse with a theater, on the 31-acre site at Tenaya Way and Centennial Parkway by early next year.

Paxton Walk located in North Las Vegas at completion will have 2 million square feet of commercial and residential and space, including 782 condominiums priced from the $200,000s.

The real estate developer Blue Marble has invested $50 million in soft costs for Paxton Walk, including up to $20 million for the purchase of land.

The urban community lifestyle that Las Vegas hasn’t seen before has prices ranging from $200,000 to $500,000.

Other urban villages planned for Las Vegas Valley include Promenada at Rainbow; Stephanie Village at Green Valley in the southeast; Echelon at Centennial Hills in the northwest; Manhattan West in the southwest; and Sullivan Square condos.

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Paxton Walk real estate $200 million mixed use North Las Vegas development broke ground.

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