Family friendly Halloween events will be held virtually all month long hosted by Downtown Summerlin. The event and activations are called #DTSHalloweenSPIRIT and will celebrate the fall season, presented by Spirit Halloween running now through October 31. (as if this year hasn’t been weird enough!)
There will be weekly activities, there is a pumpkin fest scavenger hunt, pumpkin carving and decorating, Howl-O-Ween pet costume contest, best human costume and best Halloween home.
You can follow all the action on Downtown Summerlin’s media outlets like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to find out the new activities each week and chances to win Halloween prizes. For more information click on www.summerlin.com or call 702-832-1055.
Downtown Summerlin is part of a planned urban center that services the entire Las Vegas Valley. The first phase, which included retail shopping, restaurants and entrainment opened October 2014. Today it has expanded to include being the home to the City National Arena, practice facility for the Las Vegas Golden Knights, The Las Vegas Ballpark, the minor league baseball stadium. In addition Downtown Summerlin is home to two Class-A office towers.
Downtown Summerlin is also home to two luxury multi-family developments – The Constellation and Tanager. There are over 4,000 attached residences planned to be added to Downtown Summerlin. This will be comprised of condominiums, apartments, lofts and brownstones.
If you are interested in purchasing a newly built home in Summerlin, contact the Nevada Builder Trade In Program operated by the Smith King Team. Through this program we work with Century Communities, Pulte Homes and Woodside Homes, as well with other builders other than our builder partners that are sitting with standing inventory and we offer similar benefits as the Nevada Builder Trade-In Program. If you own an existing home in the Las Vegas Valley and are looking for a newly built home contact the Smith King Team. When you are ready to move one of our wonderful agents will be with you every step of the way both virtually and in person. We follow social distancing regulations and wear masks, gloves and booties.
Keep in mind that whether you are interested in buying a home or selling a home, a Realtor should represent you– this person is working for your benefit and will help you navigate through the buying or selling process. I have thirteen years in New Home Sales and seventeen years in General Real Estate sales!
Thanks and make it a terrific day…………Robin