Howard Hughes Corp. Leads the Charge in Downtown Summerlin with Two New Projects

New class-A office building and luxury apartment complex are underway
Howard Hughes Corp. Leads the Charge in Downtown Summerlin with Two New Projects
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The Howard Hughes Corporation has broken ground on two new projects in Downtown Summerlin: 1700 Pavilion, a new 10-story, Class-A office building, and Tanager Echo, the 295-unit, second phase of the luxury apartment complex.

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Both projects have continued to attract growing local and national interest since their announcement in January. “Downtown Summerlin’s strong momentum is a reflection of current market trends and consumer preferences for working close to home; an active, outdoor lifestyle; and an amenity-rich, walkable downtown within a natural, open environment,” Howard Hughes Corporation Las Vegas Region President Kevin T. Orrock said in a press release.

Over the past 12 months, Summerlin has continued to expand, attracting thousands of new residents from cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco, as well as companies seeking a region that is thriving in technology, e-commerce, sales and marketing, and entertainment.

The 267,000-square-foot building at 1700 Pavilion, designed by Hart Howerton, will span just under three acres directly south of the Las Vegas Ballpark and feature stunning views of the valley, from The Strip to Red Rock Canyon. 

True to Summerlin’s commitment to a healthy, active lifestyle, 1700 Pavilion will offer bike storage to encourage cycling to work. One of the building’s highlights will be The Living Room, a shared common area with reservable conference room and gathering spaces within the first-floor lobby. 1700 Pavilion will also feature touchless entry from the garage to the tenant suits and enhanced filtration throughout the building.

Tanager Echo, designed by Perlman Architects, will span nearly three acres. The planned five- to six-story building will be comprised of 265 luxury units. It will include a 455-space parking garage that allows tenant direct parking access to their floor of residence. The resident development will be a mix of studios, junior one-bedroom apartments, and single- and two-bedroom apartments.

Tanager Echo will be brimming luxury amenities including a clubhouse with concierge service, a co-working area and lunge space, a private dining room, an onsite dog park, and a dog washing facility. The building will also feature a two-story entertainment space, which will include a bar, pool table, gaming area, and a fireplace. Residents will also be able to enjoy a remarkable outdoor pool area–decked out with private cabanas, lounge seating, fire pit and BBQ areas, and an adjacent spa–and the top-floor sky lounge housing a personal entertaining space, a catering kitchen, and a private speakeasy all the while offering spectacular views of the Strip.

1700 Pavilion is expected to be complete in the third quarter of 2022, and Tanager Echo in the first quarter of 2023.

Laura Moreno

Laura Moreno is a freelance writer and editor. She holds a BA from Northwestern University and an MFA from Syracuse University. She is based in the greater Los Angeles area.
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