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Faiss Foley Warren

Melissa Warren
Mobile:  702.528.6016
Director of Marketing

Danielle Bisterfeldt
Mobile: 702.289.9669
Senior VP
Community & Government Relations

Tom Warden
VP Marketing
(Dallas) The Howard Hughes Corporation

Caryn Statman Kboudi
Office:  214.741.7744
Mobile:  972.392.6215

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

The Howard Hughes Corporation® (NYSE: HHC) announced today plans for the first multi-family residential development in the emerging 400-acre Downtown Summerlin in the heart of the acclaimed Summerlin master planned community. A joint venture of The Howard Hughes Corporation and The Calida Group, the 124-unit, gated luxury apartment complex is expected to begin construction this fall with a projected spring 2015 opening.

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Quality of life is one of the many reasons people flock to Summerlin, the Las Vegas valley’s largest master-planned community. The community not only offers well-planned open spaces, miles of exercise trails, clean and beautifully landscaped streets as well as homes designed by top American home builders, life in Summerlin also includes year-round events just for residents.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Summerlin, the largest master-planned community in the Las Vegas valley will this year add several new neighborhoods to the community’s inventory of homes. In two Summerlin villages, The Mesa and The Paseos, homebuilders are breaking ground and forming interest lists for six new neighborhoods.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

The name Summerlin is often associated with the entire western rim of the Las Vegas valley but, the 22,500-acre master-planned community has clearly defined borders, stretching as far north as West Cheyenne Avenue and south, just past Russell Road. With nearly 36 square miles of neighborhoods, parks, top-ranked schools, churches and a developing downtown that will house more than 125 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, Summerlin is clearly in the heart of the valley, particularly given its easy access to the entire city via the 215 beltway.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Faith Lutheran High School’s Luke Kecman, 18, is known for being artistic with a fascination for video games and a knack for mimicking character voices. He also is a special needs student who plans to graduate this spring with an adjusted diploma for meeting his individualized goals.