Wood Partners breaks ground on luxury housing project in Nevada, US

WCN Editorial Team 28 Aug 2020 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

Wood Partners, a US-based real estate developer, has broken ground on Alta Southern Highlands, a new luxury residential community in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Construction at the site has begun and the new residential community is expected to open in the fall of 2021.

Alta Southern Highlands will include 228 units of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Each of the apartments will be feature premium kitchen finishes and technology packages.

The resort-style community will also have amenities such as an over-sized fitness centre, an expansive pool area and a double-height clubhouse area, where the residents can enjoy life both inside and outside their apartment homes.

Wood Partners development associate Kevin Curley said: “Wood Partners is enthusiastic about the amenities, features and lifestyle the Alta Southern Highlands community will offer.

“The Southern Highlands community was voted 2018's Best Master Planned Community by Best of Las Vegas for the second year in a row, making it an ideal location for young professionals and families alike.”

Located 10 minutes south of Las Vegas Strip, Alta Southern Highlands will also be close to Interstate 15 and several places of employment, entertainment options and recreational activities.

The area is claimed to be an employers’ hub offering employment to nearly 97,000 and the newly announced Amazon and Google hubs are also under development. Other employers in the area include Levi's, Humana, Prologis, CenturyLink and Universal Health Services.

Furthermore, the area is less than a 15-minute drive away from the McCarran International Airport.

Alta Southern Highlands is also close to Las Vegas Raiders, whose new headquarters and practice facility had been recently relocated, is just across the I-15.

The site is also a few miles from the team's Allegiant Stadium, bringing the residents closer to their new home team.

A few days ago, Wood Partners had broken ground on Alta Raintree, a 330-unit, new residential community in Scottsdale, Arizona, which is also expected to be open by next fall.


Alta Southern Highlands will include 228 apartments. (Credit: Wood Partners/PR Newswire.)

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