Park Highlands Las Vegas announced newest master-planed community by Southern Highlands Las Vegas developer, Olympia Group, at a ground-breaking ceremony yesterday. Home builders committed to Park Highlands real estate include American West, Astoria, D.R. Horton and Standard Pacific.
In November 2005, Olympia Group acquired 2,675 acres of land around the northern Beltway at a Bureau of Land Management public auction, paying $639 million for the land. A 300-acre conservation area has been set aside by the BLM to protect the endangered Las Vegas buckwheat and bear poppy plants.
Olympia will spend $1 billion to develop the Park Highlands Las Vegas real estate. Expected to have at completion 45,000 to 50,000 residents . The Las Vegas master plan calls for 16,000 residential units ranging from starter to executive homes for sale.
The North Las Vegas community at Park Highlands real estate will be home to 102 acres of trails and parks, a 300-acre wildlife preserve, and a 40-acre regional sports park and eight neighborhood parks.
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Southern Highlands real estate developer announced a new North Las Vegas development called Park Highlands Las Vegas.
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