PUBLIC RELATIONS & CORPORATE CONTACTS

Public Relations Firm
Faiss Foley Warren

Melissa Warren
melissa@ffwpr.com
Office:  702.912.4582             
VP of Marketing
Summerlin

Danielle Bisterfeldt
danielle.bisterfeldt@howardhughes.com
Office: 702.791.4000
Senior VP
Community & Government Relations

Summerlin
Tom Warden
thomas.warden@howardhughes.com
             VP of  Corporate Communications & PR
             (Dallas) The Howard Hughes Corporation

             Cristina Carlson
             cristina.carlson@howardhughes.com
             Office:  214.741.7744
 

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CURRENT NEWS / PRESS RELEASES

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Lennar, one of 10 homebuilders building and selling in the master-planned community of Summerlin®, recently opened the community’s newest neighborhood – Westcott - in the village of Stonebridge.  Models are open and the neighborhood is actively selling.

Monday, November 5, 2018

Looking for fun, low or no-cost holiday-themed activities in Las Vegas that add to the magic of the season? Here are a few of the most popular options that have become annual traditions for Las Vegas families!  

Saturday, November 3, 2018

The master-planned community of Summerlin® officially kicks off the 2018 holiday season on Friday, November 16 at 6 p.m. at Downtown Summerlin® with the arrival of Santa Claus; the debut of an all NEW holiday parade; and the opening of Rock Rink, an outdoor public ice-skating rink. A special Hanukkah celebration in partnership with Jewish Nevada and the JCC is slated for Dec. 9 at Downtown Summerlin.

Monday, October 29, 2018

Las Vegas is a city built on connections. In the early 1900s, the rail line that connected Los Angeles to Salt Lake City ran through Southern Nevada, attracting farmers and ranchers to the area.  Fast forward to the 1940s when connected mob figures like Bugsy Siegel and Meyer Lansky built The Flamingo, proving a luxury hotel with gambling as the headliner could be big business in the godforsaken Mojave Desert. 

Monday, October 29, 2018

Las Vegas is a city built on connections. In the early 1900s, the rail line that connected Los Angeles to Salt Lake City ran through Southern Nevada, attracting farmers and ranchers to the area.  Fast forward to the 1940s when connected mob figures like Bugsy Siegel and Meyer Lansky built The Flamingo, proving a luxury hotel with gambling as the headliner could be big business in the godforsaken Mojave Desert.