How the Ascaya Buzz Has Gone National
Here at Ascaya there is a lot we can say about our own exclusive luxury development but we would hate to toot our own horn.
Over the last three months Ascaya has created quite the buzz in the realm of epic architectural design. The buzz is not just a stir locally but nationally.
Ascaya In Forbes
Forbes August release featuring Ascaya prompted the question as the title headlined, “Why Modern Architecture is the Latest Attraction in Las Vegas”.
“In the foothills of Southern Nevada’s Black Mountain range, an array of sparkling new modern architecture is taking flight by some of the today’s sharpest minds in design,” “Forbes” Dream Home Contributor Troy McMullen.
Ascaya Sales Manager told “Forbes” that the communities vision is becoming a reality. The opening of the exclusive Ascaya Clubhouse, three private residences completed and two inspiration homes have brought onlookers in awe.
Ascaya in Architectural Digest
“Ascaya, a new luxury development outside Las Vegas, is breaking the mold by recruiting some of the world’s top architecture firms to design and build inspiration homes that will set the tone for the community,” Architectural Digest.
Architectural Digest reaffirms Ascaya’s aspirations of being the most sought after luxury homesite in the world. The vowed recognition is due to the communities eagerness to raise the bar for authentic architectural design by bypassing the mundane cookie-cutter designs.
The Las Vegas Review Journal’s Real Estate Millions
The Ascaya community has been the better buzz here in the Las Vegas valley.
Located just south of the Vegas Strip in the family feel suburb of Henderson the support of Ascaya’s continued growth spawns the entire Vegas Valley.
This past week the Las Vegas Review Journal featured the opening of the second inspiration home located at 5 Boulderback Drive. Crafted by the glorified design-build firm Marmol Radziner with luxe interiors by Danielle Rios Design Studio the two-story home is modern without being minimalistic, according to Susan Stone a contributor for the Las Vegas Review Journal.
“From the low-fenced entry courtyard and visible sight lines across the living area, it seems to beckon visitors to come in and enjoy the desert splendor in a comfortable family home,” Susan Stone.
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