In the middle of the community are the newly constructed Shops at Providence. The first of the shops has now opened with a Subway providing sandwiches that can be enjoyed in the shop or in one of the nearby park/trail areas.
Parks and Recreation
Residents of Providence enjoy miles of walking trails and parks to enjoy outdoor activities. The Parks of Providence are designed to encourage neighbors to come together and establish a “True Sense of Community”.
Non Gated Sub Divisions
Looking for a relaxed lifestyle where friends and family can come and go easily? Located in the midst of the walking paths of Providence, the non-gated communities also tend to have lower HOA fees.
For those who prefer the privacy of a gated community, approximately half the homes in Providence are located in neighborhoods with mechanical gates. Many of the gated communities offer private parks for homeowners who live inside the gates.
Providence Home Sales are showing signs of strength as we enter 2013. We currently show 43 homes available...
Providence Knickerbocker Park was the place to be on the Fourth of July. This is a beautiful park with...
Knickerbocker Park in Providence Las Vegas’ master planned community in the Northwest part of the valley is a...
Providence has established itself as one of the top ten master planned communities in the Nation. Located in the Northwest corner of the Las Vegas valley, the community spans 1200 acres with Mountains to the West of the community. The elevation offers beautiful views of Las Vegas, creating the feeling of being remote while only a few minutes from the shopping and amenities of Centennial Hills, with Summerlin only a ten to fifteen minute drive to the South.
Providence is designed to create the feel of life in a small town in a “simpler time” as they proclaim on the official website. Even before the first homes were started, the developers imported over 4000 trees to line the wide streets and promenades in the community. Shrubs and grass have been added into the common spaces to create a lush environment while being careful to choose varieties that will do well in the desert while maintaining the Providence commitment to a water conscious approach.
The 15-acre Knickerbocker Park was opened in 2011. It includes play areas for children aged 2 to 5, 5 to 12, a splash pad, swing set, baseball field and an events field. Jogging paths and picnic benches were included. Our favorite is the dog park, with one side for dogs less than thirty pounds and one side for dogs over thirty pounds.
A smaller park, the Promenade was opened a few years ago, in the earlier stages of development. The Promenade runs East-West through the community. It’s nicely landscaped and includes park benches to stop and enjoy the setting. Community trails wind their way throughout the community. Space has been reserved to open Huckleberry Park next to the elementary and middle schools.
Providence is just across the 215 Beltway from Centennial Hills High School. Bozarth Elementary School has been built in the center of the community. Bozarth is now the elementary school that is zoned for Providence. A middle school is proposed for construction next to the elementary school.
The Shops at Providence were completed in 2011. One of the first tenants is the Homeowners Association for the master planned community. Their office space is 2100 sf , large enough for community meetings, classes and special events. The first business to open in the Shops is Subway. We look for more businesses to open in the community soon.
When completed, Providence will offer more than 7000 homes in over thirty different subdivisions. The homes include apartment/condominiums as well as homes with over four thousand square feet of living space. The builders in the community include DR Horton, Ryland, Pardee, KB Homes, Beazer, Warmington, Lennar, Richmond American and Woodside Homes.