Grand Park Overview
Summerlin’s newest village, Grand Park, situated along the western edge of Summerlin’s Redpoint and Kestrel districts. It is aptly named for its central gathering place – a truly grand park planned for the heart of the village surrounded by new neighborhoods intertwined with open space.
Grand Park will feature timeless architecture inspired by traditional American styles – both classic and modern – with a dash of eclectic from Summerlin’s prestigious line up of builders.
The Grand Park provides a visual break to the residential development and a stunning view corridor to the western mountain range. The surrounding homes will take on a more relaxed, traditional character with a mix of Prairie, Craftsman, Farmhouse, and southwest contemporary styles.
Summerlin West will feature many single-family neighborhoods in a variety of sizes and price points, along with estates and luxury living opportunities. The goal is to create a truly diverse region of the community that will resonate with a wide variety of homebuyers seeking a 21st-century lifestyle.
Situated on elevated topography overlooking the valley, the Summerlin West area boasts an elevation that is more than 4,550 feet above sea level at its highest point, creating an abundance of vantage points and vistas.
The areas north of West Charleston and west of the 215 Beltway are Summerlin West. There are three existing villages, The Paseos, The Vistas, and Stonebridge… with many more to come on the roughly 5,000 remaining acres including Redpoint and Redpoint Square at Far Hills and the 215 Beltway.
Summerlin West is comprised of 14 villages (for SID purposes) and 12 neighborhood districts. Each neighborhood district is uniquely tied to the surrounding mountain views and geologic formations that extend into the site and are characterized by their own architectural and landscape style.
Living in Grand Park
Grand Park Builders
GRAND PARK DISTRICT HOMES
If you are thinking about buying a new home construction in Summerlin, it's important that you have your own real estate agent represent you. Keep in mind the builders will require that the real estate agent accompany and register you on your very first visit to the builder’s model home or community. Otherwise, if you visit a new home community and register without your agent, I will no longer be able to assist you in the process. It must be on the very first visit.
Purchasing new construction is usually more complicated and intimidating than buying a resale home. It is important with a new-home purchase that a buyer hire a real estate agent to represent them in this process. A buyer also needs to have a real estate agent who represents them and looks after their best interests.
ALTON - COMING SOON
A Los Angeles-based homebuilder, KB Homes, plans to build 200 single-family residences on 32 acres in Summerlin West’s Grand Park District. KB Homes purchased the land for $44.7 million, Clark County records show.
The homebuilder said the community will be called Alton, and construction will start in the winter of 2024. It did not specify a completion date. Alton by KB Homes in the new Grand Park District will have one- and two-story homes ranging from 1,817 to 3,063 sq. ft. with 3 to 5 bedrooms west of the 215 Beltway and to the northwest of the Red Rock Resort.