Green Valley Ranch Houses
Green Valley Ranch first started selling homes in 1999 because the Green Valley North and South Master Plan was sold out. As a result, the logical thing to do was to continue building south, and this was finally on the hill! In addition, about this time the planning for the 215 Beltway was underway and being finalized which ran between Green Valley and Green Valley Ranch
Building Green Valley Ranch
Consequently, the Developer, American Nevada Corporation, broke ground on the Green Valley Ranch Master Planned Community features over 4000 homes in 30 neighborhoods.
Green Valley Ranch arrived in style- in every way. Comprised of 1310 acres the master-planned community included 775 acres for residential neighborhoods. Additionally, 310 acres were planned for retail, office, medical, and a lovely Hotel and Casino that Station Casinos wanted to build.
Helping to make Green Valley Ranch have the desirable outdoor style and be an attractive place to live, 200 acres were allotted for other items. These included parks, schools, recreation centers, churches, and community areas. As a result, GVR is known for its lovely parks and wonderful Performing Pavillion, and an aquatic center.
Because the community encourages an active lifestyle, walking trails with bike paths abound. As a result, driving through the community is relaxing and peaceful. Not only do greenbelts and trails connect neighborhoods together, but they also add to the open and lush community plan.
Green Valley Ranch Hotel and Casino
Surprisingly, the hotel’s convention space is the largest in Henderson. Additionally, it doubles as a lovely wedding venue.
Siding to the 215 Beltway, Green Valley Ranch Casino covers almost 150,000 square feet of gaming floor space. It is operated by Station Casinos, the largest Local’s Casino Chain in Las Vegas. In addition, directly across the street from the GVR Hotel and Casino is The District and P.F. Changs.
The Henderson Silver Knights
New Practice Facility Review-Journal February 14, 2020[/caption]Big News came on February 14, 2020, when it was announced that Green Valley Ranch Amphitheater will be joined by a 6000 seat arena that will be home to The Henderson Silver Knights!
Black Knight Sports and Entertainment, (Bill Foley and the Maloof Family), owners of the Vegas Golden Knights, have acquired the San Antonio Spurs.
A practice facility is being built for their base already in Henderson and this new arena will be built for their games. Orleans Arena will be used until the Green Valley Ranch stadium is completed.
Eventually, it was determined that more land was needed and the amphitheater would be taken out. Residents fought it in court and in late 2020 the amphitheater was removed. Despite some friction about the park’s best amenity leaving, the Silver Knights will be a great addition to Green Valley Ranch and the city.
The District is a downtown-type of mixed dining, commercial, retail, and business center. Importantly, with High Rise Condominiums above the commercial establishments, the “Lock and Leave” condominiums add to making the District an outdoor walking village area.
Impressively, with 19 restaurants and 60 retail or office establishments, the District is a successful retail destination for both daytime and nighttime use. Unlike anywhere else in the valley, the District gives a perfect vibe of warm but modern architecture.
Homes With A Las Vegas View
On the other hand, there are small condominiums in numerous places. Equally amazing are the home prices. Green Valley Ranch’s most expensive home sale in 2020 came in at over $20 million and the least expensive condominium, $185,000.
All neighborhoods in the community are either gated or guard-gated. Additionally, each subdivision has its own set of rules and its own HOA.
Most importantly, all of them are subject to the master plan rules and regulations. There is an elegance throughout the entire community.
Also, see our pages on Henderson and Green Valley. Lake Mead, Boulder City, Lake Las Vegas, and 4 55+ Communities are nearby. Additionally, a similar but larger community, Summerlin, is on the west side of the valley.
This website and information are made available for you to explore by Kurt Grosse with Realty One Group. Kurt is a Las Vegas Top-Producing Realtor since 1996 and a Retired Building Engineer (P.E., C.E.). His goal with his buyers and sellers is to use his skills and knowledge to protect them in this ever-changing Las Vegas Real Estate Market. With how quickly homes are built in Southern Nevada, his skills are invaluable.