Lake Las Vegas is starting to look green again

Not that long ago, people driving into Lake Las Vegas were greeted with dead, brown grass on an abandoned golf course — not a very good first impression for a community built with high-end homes, luxury retail and resorts around a 320-acre lake.

New owners are revitalizing Lake Las Vegas’ front golf course, The Falls, and other common space back to its green state, hoping it will symbolize the ritzy area’s return to health, but they admit they still have a long way to go... Click here for the full articl

 

 

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