Queens Ridge is a neighborhood in Las Vegas, Nevada. It neighbors Centennial Hills and Summerlin North to the south. This community was developed by Pulte Homes and Green Valley Development Company as part of the master-planned Queensridge community within The Ridges which originally had five different developers over its original development plan that spans nearly 2000 acres between three ridges: Black Mountain Range (west), Sheep Mountains (east) and Frenchman Mountain (south). In addition to homes for sale there are also new developments such as shops, schools, medical facilities including hospitals, churches/mosques & synagogues plus parks with trails for hiking or mountain biking among other recreational activities available here; it would be difficult not to find yourself enjoying all this area has to offer.
This neighborhood has a rich history that was shaped by the various developers who have owned its land from 1980 to present. Developers found this area because of its proximity to downtown Las Vegas and McCarran Airport (International) as well as being near other major freeways like Interstate-215 & US-95 which make it accessible for commuters going in any direction within city limits or beyond. The Ridges originally had five different developers over its original development plan but only three are reflected within Queens Ridge today: Pulte Homes, Green Valley Development Company and Howard Hughes Corporation – all responsible for developing their own property while keeping common areas such as the private community park intact; much of what you find here is due to each company’s investment into making a living community that would be a place to live and play.
Some of the first buildings in Queens Ridge were built by Green Valley Development Company who developed much of The Ridges, including this neighborhood starting in 1980 when it was mostly empty desert with only dirt roads leading through its boundaries; some areas had fewer homes while others like those near Frenchman Mountain still remain undeveloped but zoned for future development which is expected to happen over time as demand grows within this city-sized master-planned community. In 1987 Howard Hughes Corporation purchased all remaining parcels of land from other developers within The Ridges thus gaining control over most properties here today making them responsible for maintaining common areas throughout this massive neighborhood; however there are several smaller homeowners associations (HOAs) who oversee their own smaller subset of homes as well.
In addition to maintaining common areas such as the private community park, Howard Hughes Corporation also manages The Ridges clubhouse which is available for meetings and other events; this neighborhood has its own homeowners association called the Queensridge Neighborhood Association who works with HOA management to oversee all aspects of home maintenance within the community including: landscaping/irrigation systems, exterior painting & power-washing among many other things that keep property values high here in an established area like this one.
Lastly, the surrounding area has much to offer as well including medical facilities nearby, churches & synagogues within walking distance and more than a dozen public schools along with several private institutions of higher learning such as: University of Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV), Touro College, Everest College among others. The community is also close enough to downtown Las Vegas for those who work there but don’t want to live in the busy city; they can drive back home at night while enjoying their favorite shows on TV or relaxing after a long day’s work – all thanks to this neighborhood which brings many different people together from various backgrounds.