Daily Archives September 8, 2018

Las Vegas developers talk about new projects

Las Vegas developer Rich MacDonald talks at a Sept. 5 National Association of Real Estate Brokers event held at DragonRidge Country Club in Henderson. (Tonya Harvey RJRealEstate.Vegas)
From left, Dan Coletti, owner of Sun West Custom Homes, and Tyler Jones, founder and owner of Blue Heron Design/Build talk during a Sept. 5 panel on luxury real estate.
Patrick Parker, president of Raintree Investment Corp., the developers of Lake Las Vegas, speaks at the NAREB event.

Twenty years after MacDonald Highlands sold its first lots in the hillside community in Henderson, developer Rich MacDonald announced Wednesday he’s preparing the last 500 acres to sell 200 lots. It’s a further sign of the strength of the luxury market that’s seen strong new home sales.

MacDonald made the announcement at Dragon...

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Guatemalan woman held in Henderson remains separated from 5-year-old daughter

Twenty-six-year-old Olivia said she fled from violence in Guatemala to seek asylum in Arizona.

HENDERSON, NV (FOX5) Twenty-six-year-old Olivia said she fled from violence in Guatemala to seek asylum in Arizona. She was apprehended by border patrol, taken from her 5-year-old daughter, more than three months ago.

Despite a judge in San Diego ruling that parents must be reunited with their children, Olivia was still scheduled to be deported. The process was stopped only after Judge Jennifer Dorsey stepped in

"Today in court, the government contended that all children in government custody, that progress has been made in finding their parents, and they will be reunited if the parents are still in the U.S...

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Luxury Design/Build Firm Blue Heron Completes Numerous Housing Communities in Southern Nevada

Luxury Design/Build Firm Blue Heron Completes Numerous Housing Communities in Southern Nevada

LAS VEGAS – Blue Heron, a Southern Nevada-based design/build firm, announced it is in the midst of closing out several communities and gearing up to launch others in the Las Vegas valley.

Five of Blue Heron’s innovative, luxury communities have limited availability. Sky Terrace in Henderson has only one lot left for purchase. Other Blue Heron communities with limited availability include: Midtown Modern, located near downtown, with two custom lots and one spec home available; Marquis Seven Hills with three custom lots available; and five custom lots at Equinox in MacDonald Highlands...

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Luxury Design/Build Firm Blue Heron Completes Numerous Housing Communities in Southern Nevada

Luxury Design/Build Firm Blue Heron Completes Numerous Housing Communities in Southern Nevada

LAS VEGAS – Blue Heron, a Southern Nevada-based design/build firm, announced it is in the midst of closing out several communities and gearing up to launch others in the Las Vegas valley.

Five of Blue Heron’s innovative, luxury communities have limited availability. Sky Terrace in Henderson has only one lot left for purchase. Other Blue Heron communities with limited availability include: Midtown Modern, located near downtown, with two custom lots and one spec home available; Marquis Seven Hills with three custom lots available; and five custom lots at Equinox in MacDonald Highlands...

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Luxury Design/Build Firm Blue Heron Completes Numerous Housing Communities in Southern Nevada

Luxury Design/Build Firm Blue Heron Completes Numerous Housing Communities in Southern Nevada

LAS VEGAS – Blue Heron, a Southern Nevada-based design/build firm, announced it is in the midst of closing out several communities and gearing up to launch others in the Las Vegas valley.

Five of Blue Heron’s innovative, luxury communities have limited availability. Sky Terrace in Henderson has only one lot left for purchase. Other Blue Heron communities with limited availability include: Midtown Modern, located near downtown, with two custom lots and one spec home available; Marquis Seven Hills with three custom lots available; and five custom lots at Equinox in MacDonald Highlands...

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Guatemalan woman held in Henderson remains separated from 5-year-old daughter

Twenty-six-year-old Olivia said she fled from violence in Guatemala to seek asylum in Arizona.

HENDERSON, NV (FOX5) Twenty-six-year-old Olivia said she fled from violence in Guatemala to seek asylum in Arizona. She was apprehended by border patrol, taken from her 5-year-old daughter, more than three months ago.

Despite a judge in San Diego ruling that parents must be reunited with their children, Olivia was still scheduled to be deported. The process was stopped only after Judge Jennifer Dorsey stepped in

"Today in court, the government contended that all children in government custody, that progress has been made in finding their parents, and they will be reunited if the parents are still in the U.S...

Read More

Luxury Design/Build Firm Blue Heron Completes Numerous Housing Communities in Southern Nevada

Luxury Design/Build Firm Blue Heron Completes Numerous Housing Communities in Southern Nevada

LAS VEGAS – Blue Heron, a Southern Nevada-based design/build firm, announced it is in the midst of closing out several communities and gearing up to launch others in the Las Vegas valley.

Five of Blue Heron’s innovative, luxury communities have limited availability. Sky Terrace in Henderson has only one lot left for purchase. Other Blue Heron communities with limited availability include: Midtown Modern, located near downtown, with two custom lots and one spec home available; Marquis Seven Hills with three custom lots available; and five custom lots at Equinox in MacDonald Highlands...

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Guatemalan woman held in Henderson remains separated from 5-year-old daughter

Twenty-six-year-old Olivia said she fled from violence in Guatemala to seek asylum in Arizona.

HENDERSON, NV (FOX5) Twenty-six-year-old Olivia said she fled from violence in Guatemala to seek asylum in Arizona. She was apprehended by border patrol, taken from her 5-year-old daughter, more than three months ago.

Despite a judge in San Diego ruling that parents must be reunited with their children, Olivia was still scheduled to be deported. The process was stopped only after Judge Jennifer Dorsey stepped in

"Today in court, the government contended that all children in government custody, that progress has been made in finding their parents, and they will be reunited if the parents are still in the U.S...

Read More