Summerlin land is the topic of a bill introduced by Nevada lawmakers this week asking for 80 acres of federal land in Summerlin real estate for medical officer, park, and a cancer treatment and research center.
This bill is sponsored by Sen. John Ensign, Rep. Shelley Berkley, and co-sponsored by three other Nevada members of Congress. They are asking for more space so cancer patients can get their needed treatments.
The intersction of Hualapai Way and Alta Drive, under this bill, would be moved to the city of Las Vegas for smaller parcels made in a Nevada Cancer Institute satellite campus.
Las Vegas would like to transfer 24.4 acres Summerlin real estate controlled by the Bureau of Land Management located at Town Center Road and I 215.
The Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act requires that full market value of any development with the proceeds going into an account that carries out activites of the act.
City documents say another 19 acres of Summerlin land would go to a cancer survivors park.
There would be 16.1 acres business park for medical services and doctors.
There is a 7.8 acre flood channel on the land and the Southern Nevada Water Authority has a pumping station that would be expanded to 12.9 acres of real estate.
This part of Summerlin real estate will offer a beautiful park area to serve as a centerpiece of medical providers and researchers to find breakthrough and treat cancer patients. Source: LV Review Journal
Summerlin real estate from BLM is the subject of a Nevada bill for 80 acres use for cancer research.