Whether aiming to spend a warm winter's day perusing designer fashions or aspiring to celebrate a breezy summer night with outdoor music and a gourmet picnic dinner, the residents of Summerlin South are able to savor life's diverse pleasures in a number of different ways. Artistic productions of all forms converge on the many community stages. From the library-adjacent Performing Arts Center to the internationally acclaimed, 36,000 square foot Nevada Ballet Theatre to The Hills Park Amphitheater, citizens do not need to travel far to experience well-known Shakespeare plays and locally inspired productions alike. Further enhancing the community's grasp on the arts are the Summerlin Library and the Donald W. Reynolds Cultural Center. Architecturally invigorating of their own accord, both facilities also house excellent resources likely to tempt even the most reserved imagination.
Summerlin is unfolding in villages, each centered on its own major park, golf course or other major amenity. Currently there are at least 20 villages in various stages of development. Eventually, the community will be home to 30 villages, each featuring dozens of thoughtfully planned neighborhoods with unique selection of homes, town homes, and condominiums. Each Summerlin village has its own distinctive style of architecture and design, evident in streetscapes, landscaping and village walls.
Siena exemplifies the best in resort living. It is a guard-gated community surrounding an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Schmidt-Curley of Scottsdale, Arizona. The community is the hub for social and club activities. Siena boasts a 15,900 square foot health and fitness center that offers state-of-the-art fitness equipment, indoor and outdoor pool and spa, a wellness center, lighted tennis courts and lighted horse shoe courts and bocce courts.
A plethora of exciting shopping and dining opportunities are a mere stone's throw for Summerlin South inhabitants. With seven major department stores, 200 chain and boutique enterprises, a slew of personal services and lots of restaurants and fast-food options, Fashion Show is the biggest shopping center on Las Vegas Boulevard. Even closer to home is Summerlin's under-construction plaza called The Gardens. A shopping center exuding intimate neighborhood ambiance, this mall is slated to consist of grocery and drug stores as well as yet-unclaimed gas, food and retail spaces perfectly suited for accomplishing everyday errands and tasks.