BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE 33 cityofhenderson.com 33 §¨¦515 £¤95 CLARK COUNTY §¨¦ 215 SUNSET RD BOULDER HWY Cornerstone Downtown Lakemoor Canyon Eastside Tuscany LAKE MEAD PKWY GIBSON RD HORIZON RIDGE PKWY Redevelopment Areas Cornerstone Downtown Eastside Lakemoor Canyon Tuscany Henderson City Limits Interstate / Major Street Street Railroad Note: Map is a magnified portion of the City of Henderson intended to show redevelopment areas and not the entire city. Please refer to previous maps within this publication to view the entire city limits. Henderson’s Five Redevelopment Areas Downtown: As Henderson’s original business and residential center, this area contains Henderson’s most mature neighborhoods, including the Water Street District (www.waterstreetdistrict. com). Formed in 1995 to revitalize existing businesses and attract new investment, the City has made great strides in rejuvenating the economic viability and the spirit of the area. Eastside: Generally bordered along Boulder Highway from Sunset Road at the north to Major Avenue at the south, the 4,500-acre Eastside Redevelopment District can be divided into four distinct neighborhoods: Pittman, Valley View, the East Sunset Industrial Corridor, and the 2,200-acre LandWell project. Cornerstone: This former gravel mine at Stephanie and I-215 has been transformed into a 100-acre detention basin, park, lake and recreational facility that will also be home to additional commercial, residential, and medical projects. Tuscany: Located in Henderson’s northeast corner, this abandoned gravel pit was designated a redevelopment area in 2001. Today, Tuscany is a master-planned residential community surrounding an 18-hole championship golf course. Lakemoor Canyon: A previous manganese mine, this area is located south of Lake Las Vegas, across Lake Mead Parkway and bordering the Lake Mead National Recreation area. Lakemoor, once known as Three Kids Mine, provided the base mineral that drove magnesium production at local manufacturing plants. The site has been contaminated and undeveloped since 1961 when production stopped.
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