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Old 12-21-2018, 10:04 PM
 
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I have lived in henderson for 7 years becuause i work on the east side. Up until 2 months ago I lived in different apartments in the green valley ranch area. All of the apartments in that area have gone to crap in that time. It used to be safe, but not anymore. The last 3 years all the complexes I lived in had robberies and constant Henderson Pd activity. You can tell that the kind of people walking around and in the grocery stores has changed. A much rougher section 8 type crowd. I became friends with the apartment manager at the last complex I lived in and she said that all the new apartment complexes in the area have put pressure on all the other complexes to lower their qualifications. I have moved out to a new complex near wagon wheel and it is much better. This area of Henderson is the only area of Henderson I would live in anymore. The far se of Henderson reminds me of what green valley ranch and anthem used to be like.
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Old 12-22-2018, 12:00 AM
 
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I have lived in henderson for 7 years becuause i work on the east side. Up until 2 months ago I lived in different apartments in the green valley ranch area. All of the apartments in that area have gone to crap in that time. It used to be safe, but not anymore. The last 3 years all the complexes I lived in had robberies and constant Henderson Pd activity. You can tell that the kind of people walking around and in the grocery stores has changed. A much rougher section 8 type crowd. I became friends with the apartment manager at the last complex I lived in and she said that all the new apartment complexes in the area have put pressure on all the other complexes to lower their qualifications. I have moved out to a new complex near wagon wheel and it is much better. This area of Henderson is the only area of Henderson I would live in anymore. The far se of Henderson reminds me of what green valley ranch and anthem used to be like.
I've spent a large chunk of my life living as an apartment dweller in major metro areas. In my experience, most apartments are good the 1st ten years, then typically get sold off to a slumlord who strings them along for another 10 years while they begin to fall apart. At 20 years they need a full reno at which point they are either sold again, rehabbed, and rates jacked up for another cycle, or continue to decline until they turn into section 8 slums or get bulldozed.
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Old 12-22-2018, 08:19 PM
 
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There are no apartments in Anthem.
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Old 12-25-2018, 09:35 AM
 
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There are no apartments in Anthem.
And the only apartment complex in Green Valley Ranch was built a few years ago, an upscale complex next to Whole Foods/The District where prices start at 1250/mo (Elysian).

But hey, maybe the misinformation will lower housing prices and I won't have to spend 350k for a house with a pool. So keep making those accounts!
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Old 12-25-2018, 12:46 PM
 
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And the only apartment complex in Green Valley Ranch was built a few years ago, an upscale complex next to Whole Foods/The District where prices start at 1250/mo (Elysian).

But hey, maybe the misinformation will lower housing prices and I won't have to spend 350k for a house with a pool. So keep making those accounts!
My experience is with Horizon Ridge, Horizon Ridge Park and Summit at Sunridge. All of these complexes have taken a significant dive. All of these complexes are going the way of Rancho Serene. From what my friend in management told me the new complexes like Elysian and all the others along St. Rose have forced them to lower qualifications and accept section 8. This is just a warning to the OP that the area is going downhill.
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Old Yesterday, 01:43 PM
 
Location: Henderson, NV
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My experience is with Horizon Ridge, Horizon Ridge Park and Summit at Sunridge. All of these complexes have taken a significant dive. All of these complexes are going the way of Rancho Serene. From what my friend in management told me the new complexes like Elysian and all the others along St. Rose have forced them to lower qualifications and accept section 8. This is just a warning to the OP that the area is going downhill.
Rancho Serene is not Green Valley Ranch.

Horizon Ridge Park is not Green Valley Ranch.

Summit at Sunridge is not Green Valley Ranch.

Horizon Ridge is a 55+ age restricted community.
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Old Yesterday, 01:54 PM
 
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Rancho Serene is not Green Valley Ranch.

Horizon Ridge Park is not Green Valley Ranch.

Summit at Sunridge is not Green Valley Ranch.

Horizon Ridge is a 55+ age restricted community.
Horizon Ridge Apartments is not age restricted. May not be in GVR but it is in 89012.
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Old Yesterday, 03:16 PM
 
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Rancho Serene is not Green Valley Ranch.

Horizon Ridge Park is not Green Valley Ranch.

Summit at Sunridge is not Green Valley Ranch.

Horizon Ridge is a 55+ age restricted community.
No, Horizon Ridge is not 55+. I am talking about the general area. The grocery stores, gas stations, etc. In the last 2 years I stopped walking the trails in green valley ranch because of the amount of homeless people living along them. It is rare that I donít get panhandled in the Smithís parking lot on eastern. My car was broken into twice in the last year. Once at green valley ranch casino and once at my apartment. In the last apartment complex (Summit at Sunridge) there were constant issue with graffiti and vandalism.It sad to see because I used to really like the area. There has been a huge influx of section 8 renters with no car stealing shopping carts from Smithís and leaving them scattered throughout the apartment complex. I havenít encountered any of these problems where I live now off Wagon Wheel.
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Old Yesterday, 09:07 PM
 
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No, Horizon Ridge is not 55+. I am talking about the general area. The grocery stores, gas stations, etc. In the last 2 years I stopped walking the trails in green valley ranch because of the amount of homeless people living along them. It is rare that I donít get panhandled in the Smithís parking lot on eastern. My car was broken into twice in the last year. Once at green valley ranch casino and once at my apartment. In the last apartment complex (Summit at Sunridge) there were constant issue with graffiti and vandalism.It sad to see because I used to really like the area. There has been a huge influx of section 8 renters with no car stealing shopping carts from Smithís and leaving them scattered throughout the apartment complex. I havenít encountered any of these problems where I live now off Wagon Wheel.
I know. The area is full of crime. You pointed this out on your last 3 troll accounts.

I see people shooting up heroin all the time. Lots of gang bangers moving in. I even saw that there was a fight at the local school!

Better buy up those properties in the NW instead. Much better schools. Higher quality amenities. Who needs Whole Foods when you have a Smith's!

Oh, it's Horizon Pines that's over 55. My bad.
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Old Today, 04:30 AM
 
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I know. The area is full of crime. You pointed this out on your last 3 troll accounts.

I see people shooting up heroin all the time. Lots of gang bangers moving in. I even saw that there was a fight at the local school!

Better buy up those properties in the NW instead. Much better schools. Higher quality amenities. Who needs Whole Foods when you have a Smith's!

Oh, it's Horizon Pines that's over 55. My bad.
I have no idea what your talking about. I moved to Wagon Wheel/ I-515 which is SE Henderson.
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