American Nevada Corporation - Mega Communities Spring Forth
November 14, 2004
By Katherine Curtis
Deep in the Las Vegas Valley, the American
Nevada Corporation turns futuristic visions into colossal
self-contained developments. "To live, to love,
to laugh" takes on new meaning in American Nevada's
mega residential and commercial planned communities.
The Country Mouse and City Mouse Reside Side-By-Side.
A fine balance of the city life with the country flare
makes America Nevada Corporation's real estate projects
some of the best in the nation. Most of American Nevada's
projects unite an ever-growing population's needs
with the comforts of daily life. From mega communities
with extreme amenities for the American family to
classy super malls, American Nevada carries a foresight
that outshines other modern real estate planners.
Green Valley Ranch - An Oasis Unto Itself
Greenspun Company -Clark County's 17th largest taxpaying corporation
- formed its group American Nevada to build high-tech commercial
real estate. Soon, American Nevada discovered its forte - master
planned communities. The first master-planned community, The District
of Green Valley Ranch, was orchestrated to host an 8,400-acre community,
where over 75,000 people call home and play among its several parks
Soon American Nevada Company developed other self-contained communities
such as Seven Hills and Aliante. American Nevada is managing partner
of the stunning Aliante, a 1,165-acre residential development with
100 acres devoted to commercial shopping, entertainment scenes and
shopping. Other amenities within this small city are an 18-hole
golf course, man-made lake, interactive dinosaur discovery museum,
and parks with soccer fields, tennis courts and an outdoor stage.
Since its inception in 1974, American Nevada Company has developed
over 40,000 home sites in southern Nevada, over 2.1 million square
feet of commercial space. New developments are yet to come, such
as the "Corporate Center" and the 64,000 square feet "Providian
Financial", both under construction in Henderson.