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Houses for sale in Summerlin come in many shapes, sizes, and styles. You'll find Summerlin homes for sale in gated communities, guard-gated communities, luxury communities, golf-course communities, and 55+ communities.
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Fast Facts About Summerlin
|Area of Summerlin: 22,500 Acres||Founded: 1990 by Summa Corporation (Now the Howard Hughes Corporation)||Namesake: Jean Amelia Summerlin|
|Clark County Population: 2,333,092||Golf Courses: 9||Summerlin is a Master-Planned Community NOT a City|
|County: Clark||Housing Units in Clark County: 898,944||Summerlin Parks: Nearly 250|
|First Residents: Cal & Maria Champlin (March 1991)||Housing Units in Summerlin: est. 56,788||Summerlin Population: est. 115,000|
|First Village: The Hills in 1990||Metro: Las Vegas Valley Metropolitan Area||Summerlin Trails: 150+ miles|
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Get to Know Summerlin
Summerlin is a master-planned community in the Las Vegas Valley of Southern Nevada located approximately 17.3 miles (taking the I215 Freeway) from the Las Vegas Strip.
Summerlin has a very rich history and culture dating back to 1952. Before it was the "Summerlin" we know and love today, it was 25,000 acres of dirt in the barren Mojave desert. Howard Hughes, a film director, aviator, and casino mogul purchased the land to relocate his company to Nevada, which he chose later not to do, and that land sat empty baking in the hot Las Vegas Valley Sun for decades.
It wasn't until after Howard Hughes died of kidney failure in 1976 that "Summerlin" became a glimmer in his heir's eyes. His heirs organized the Summa Corporation to oversee Hughes vast business empire and land holdings. In 1988, the Summa Corporation announced a bold project that they would be developing the 25,000 acres of parched desert land into a masterful master-planned commercial and residential community. They named that project, "Summerlin" after Hughes paternal grandmother, Jean Amelia Summerlin.
The Summa Corporation rebranded itself in 1994 as the Howard Hughes Corporation and has consistently built spectacular villages throughout Summerlin starting with its first village "The Hills of Summerlin" in 1990.
Today, Summerlin is a vibrant, affluent, and growing community boasting nearly 250 parks with 150+ miles of trails, home to the Las Vegas Aviators Minor League Baseball team and to the Vegas Golden Knights professional hockey team's practice facility, City National Arena. As recently as 2020, Summerlin ranked #3 on the Top 50 Master-Planned Communities according to the John Burns Real Estate Consulting team.
Summerlin is growing and welcomes you to live your best life in the right place for you to call home. Find your Summerlin Home today!
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