Thursday, September 3, 2020

Paradise Palms Las Vegas – Best of Las Vegas 2020 Nominee!


For the first time in our 60-year history, Paradise Palms Las Vegas has been nominated to the Review Journal’s 2020 Best Of list for “Best Master Planned Community” in Las Vegas. This is a big feat for our neighborhood, and culturally important as we work to attract new neighbors, new businesses and strive to change the perception of what it’s like to live in midtown. We all know about that our slice of paradise is one of Las Vegas’ best-kept secrets, with huge yards, mature trees, amazing architecture and a central location minutes from downtown, McCarran, the Strip, UNLV, amazing dining and shopping, and now’s our chance to share it with the rest of the valley.

Paradise Palms is regarded as the first master planned community in Las Vegas, opening on July 3rd, 1960. A master-planned community is generally defined as a large-scale residential neighborhood with a large number of recreational and commercial amenities, such as golf courses, tennis courts, lakes, parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, and even stores and restaurants. Paradise Palms included all of that, with 1,000 single-family homes, the Stardust (now Las Vegas National) Championship Golf Course at the heart of the community, a community park, schools, shopping, retail and apartments.

Over the years we have been home to a venerable who’s who list of notable Las Vegas residents (visit our Influential Residents list), with world class architecture by notable architects William Krisel and Dan Palmer, Hugh Taylor and William M. Bray. In February 2017, the original 200 homes of Paradise Palms obtained the distinct honor of becoming the first Historic Neighborhood in unincorporated Clark County. Today we have a strong sense of community, with our monthly roving cocktail parties, annual sell-out Docomomo Tour Day, annual garage sale, history celebrations and huge tourism draw. Now in honor of our 60th anniversary we’re ready to take home the Gold as the Best Master Planned Community in Las Vegas. Here’s how you vote:

1. Go to

2. Scroll down to REAL ESTATE


4. Vote Paradise Palms!

5. Review selections.

6. Confirm vote, share on Facebook, Linked In or Twitter.

Remember to support your favorite Las Vegas neighborhood & vote Paradise Palms once a day, per device, now through September 25th, 2020.

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