CENTENNIAL HILLS – is a brand new development situated at the far northwest corner of the valley, with easy access to US 95 and the new I-215 Beltway. Sales began in 2000, and they have remained steady. Home sizes range from small, single-family houses to massive mansions, all set amid the rural setting of far northwest Las Vegas.
This 110 acre site is a mix of residential and commercial use. It will include the largest regional park in the Las Vegas area, featuring 10 lighted volleyball courts, 2 lighted soccer fields, 2 dog parks, water-play features and beautiful barbeque and picnic areas.
Although Centennial Hills is “off the beaten path,” it’s conveniently located near shopping, dining and entertainment venues. Many retailers are located in or near the community, including the 900,000-square-foot Centennial Center. And local highways provide easy access to all areas of the Las Vegas valley.
Recreational opportunities abound in the area around Centennial Hills. Nearby Floyd Lamb State Park offers fishing, hiking and picnic areas. Mount Charleston offers skiing and sledding in the winter months, and hiking and picnicking in the summer. And Centennial Hills’ new Town Center is a 110-acre mixed-use site that will feature a large regional park as well as dog parks, soccer fields, volleyball and a water-play area.
Centennial Hills provides an ideal retreat from “big-city” living, but residents still enjoy breathtaking views of the Strip and downtown Las Vegas. Centennial Hills offers a variety of amenities, with more on the way as the area grows. Centennial Hills also includes a close proximity to Painted Desert Golf Club, Close to schools, shopping, dining and entertainment and Conveniently located along U.S. 95, near I-215.