20 apartments for rent near Northwest Area, Las Vegas, NV
Apartments in Northwest Area, Las Vegas, NV
Stunning mountain views in the Northwest make this area one of the fastest growing in Las Vegas. Whether seeking a master planned community or a property without any association restrictions on over-sized lots, Northwest Las Vegas has it all.
Homes in the Northwest are diverse and incorporate a variety of design styles. Older, contemporary Mediterranean-style homes built in the 1990s with pale stucco exteriors and red clay shingled roofs mingle in harmony with more modern custom and traditional designs. With home sizes to fit any budget, the Northwest includes small condos, golf course communities with single homes, and even luxury estates in master planned communities.
The Northwest encompasses a large expanse between the 95 freeway on the east and Charleston Boulevard on the south. The 215 Beltway forms a western border and loops through the center of the Northwest for quick commutes to the downtown and the international airport.
The continuously developing and expansive Centennial Center in Centennial Hills allows easy access to major chain stores, small shops, spas, and restaurants. A twenty-minute drive to the Las Vegas Strip draws residents into the heart of world-class entertainment and dining.
To enjoy outdoor activities all year around, Mt. Charleston is a half-hour drive away. Enjoy cooler summer temperatures, dining, hiking, camping and skiing in the winter. Another short drive west, the pristine beauty of Red Rock Conservation Area has challenges for any outdoor enthusiast. Even closer, Floyd Lamb State Park has connecting lakes for fishing. Enjoy the peacock-covered lawns, as well as fine facilities for picnicking.
For families who want to keep a horse and enjoy safe trails for riding, there are horse properties available in the Northwest, complete with stables and/or horse boarding options nearby. Families moving into Northwest Las Vegas will discover state-of-the-art parks and family friendly neighborhoods, recreation centers, and new schools.