family friendly apartment in las vegas
- 0Mar 18, '09 by cutiebabyhi everyone,
my husband, me and my 4 month old daughter will be moving to las vegas in 2months time. could anyone pls recommend an apartment or area with a safe environment fit for a family? we need to rent at the moment coz the house we will purchase will need to be built n will be ready to move in in 6-7mons time. pls pls pls... anyone?
- 0Mar 19, '09 by Vegas New GradHi, I don't have any specific names of apartments that are considered 'family friendly' but from my experience (I've lived here for 8 years and rented 3 different apartments before purchasing my condo) all the apartments I rented were family friendly. I would recommend the Henderson/Green Valley area or an area around Summerlin and not just because of what I've heard. I've actually spent 4 years in Green Valley and now live in the Summerlin area and both places are relatively safe. I say 'relatively' because of course crime can happen anywhere. I would say stay away from the central part of LV, west is ok, south is ok, east can be ok (the further east the better), and the same goes for north.
Hope that helps a little
- 1Apr 1, '09 by joianettHi there and good luck!!!
I live in NW Vegas and well .. I use to love it but with the economy things have gotten bad. I am not sure how they are everywhere else either. My Brother lives in the southwest and had his car stolen last night!!! We had our stolen last week ... I am not trying to freak you out but definitely do some research before you move wherever you move. With that being said, the neighborhoods are all nice, for the most part, I just think people are getting desparate with how the economy is right now.
I have heard great things about Green Valley though, so I'd definitely check that out.
- 0Apr 9, '09 by checkersI would recommend Green Valley as well. As for specific apartments, Adobe Ranch is nice, well kept with a nice heated pool. Stay away from Green Valley Country Club.. takes them months and many phone calls to fix anything. Those are the only ones I've had experience with. I'd stay away from just east of the strip, north vegas, and central.