Providence--Capturing American Tradition.... Providence is branded with a strong American Traditions theme...
Providence has been created and master planned by Focus Property Group, a Las Vegas company with deep roots right here in Southern Nevada.
The heart of the Focus mission has been a clear directive To build something brand new that genuinely provides it's residents with a sense of depth, character, and community?
From the selection of over 4,000 trees that line the community’s neighborhoods and adorn its parks, to the designs of the paseos and gathering places, even the signs and mailboxes…every detail has been conceived to create an emphatic American tradition. A way of life that is not only reminiscent of the past, but will carry you into the future.
You will find four Parks >>The Promenade, Huckleberry Park, Knickenbocker Park, and Community Trails.
Providence is located in the Northwest part of Las Vegas. [Hualapai and 215N ] This community features one and two story homes that range from 1,666 square feet to 2,635 square feet.
Their are nine builders >> Beazer, KB, Lennar, Meritage, Richmond American, R/S Development, Ryland, Warmington and Woodside Homes.
Tree-lined promenades spill into neighborhoods. Old-fashioned ballparks throughout community parks. Statues honoring great American authors and the literary tradition throughout the landscape.
For more information.... please contact:
Julia St. Marie, ABR, RRG, RSPS
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Providence, Las Vegas, NV--Master Planned Community
At Providence, you'll find a community where great traditions live again. So gather the family and join us as we celebrate the grand opening on December 10, 2011 of the much-anticipated Knickbocker Park, presented by Providence master planned community and the Providence Master Homeowner's Association.
Construction is completed on Knickerbocker Park, which includes a splash pad, tot lots, dog park, multi use events field, youth baseball field, jogging path with exercise stations, picnic areas, and designated spaces for future amenities. This $2.2 million, 15-acre neighborhood park offers stunning views of the valley and is located at the southeast corner of Shaumber Road and Dorrell Lane.
Knickerbocker Park was named in honor of literary great Washington Irving, whose “Knickerbocker Tales” collection of stories from 19th century upstate New York includes “Rip Van Winkle,” “The Headless Horseman” and others.
10695 Dorrell Lane
(Southeast corner of Shaumber Road and Dorrell Lane)
Take the 215 North to Hualapai Way (Exit 35) to get to Providence