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April 5, 2017

The Gateway to Living at the Top: MacDonald Highlands’ Dragon Gate is the Prime Location for Luxury Homes

Situated within one of the luxury real estate communities in Henderson, NV, Dragon Gate is a prime location of custom homesites that offers unmatched panoramic views of Las Vegas Valley. The custom lots on Dragon Gate are excellent choices to build your own luxury homes on the McCullough Mountains. MacDonald Highlands is the premier developer of luxury real estate in Southern Nevada.
April 5, 2017

A Solid Foundation: Finding the Right Builder to Build Your Luxury Home on Custom Lot

MacDonald Highlands, situated on the foothills of McCullough Mountains, offers some of the most scenic views of the valley and mountain ranges. Reaching elevations of 2700 feet above the Las Vegas Valley, its location is also an extremely challenging topography to build custom homes. Heralded for its unique setting and for nesting many luxury mountainside homes in Henderson, NV, MacDonald Highlandshas quickly become one of the premier luxury developments in the Southwest. Lot owners have purchased a variety of homesites ranging from flat golf course frontage, multilevel pads, to large hillside acreage.
April 5, 2017

Country Club Accents Luxury Lifestyle at MacDonald Highlands

Located behind the guard-gated entrance of MacDonald Highlands is the crown jewel of the community, the private DragonRidge Country Club. This secluded course has been voted the ‘Best of Las Vegas’ by the Review Journal, was placed back into the canyons, among the rock outcroppings and arroyos, utilizing dramatic elevation changes throughout.
April 5, 2017

Connection Established: Growing Tech Industry in Las Vegas Fueling Luxury Real Estate Market [Part 1]

The downturn of the economy that started in late 2007 had significant impacts across many different markets and industries. At the peak of the recession, the gaming and real estate markets were disproportionately impacted and stalled many development projects in Las Vegas. Being the capital of gaming, Las Vegas suffered a major blow to the heart of its key industry and deterred many developers to abandon their projects in order to stay afloat.