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Welcome to a community that speaks to you and the way you want to live. A community proud of its past, with a renewed spirit to pursue the future. Cadence is distinctive by the diverse experiences it will provide: enhanced by diverse architecture, beautiful vistas, tree-lined streets, extensive connected walking and bike paths, parks and open spaces, and its proximity to the necessities that complement everyday life. Cadence, a 2,200 acre planned community, invites you to discover a fuller and richer active life rooted in values of community, family and friendship. A place where the best of yesterday and today will make a better community for tomorrow, and years to come.

Sales office to open Summer 2014

Our Community


Designed to revolve around active lifestyles, Cadence will turn everyday living into a fulfilling experience with amenities to complement work and play. Starting with open spaces – 450 acres for parks, walking and bike trails, and recreational amenities.

And technology that brings digital interconnectivity to all, with Free Wi-Fi in the parks to broadband access in each of the approximate 13,250 planned residences.

Within the community, Main Street-style hubs will anchor distinct neighborhoods, each with cozy parks and office space and all offering the convenience of nearby neighborhood shopping.

Your New Home


The homebuilders and the homes they envision for Cadence will be amazing in design, style and features. Please check back often or visit our sales office, opening in summer 2014,

to get more information on the homes including floor plans that will be available in Cadence. We also encourage you to sign up for the Cadence newsletter for all the up-to-date developments, information and community events as they happen, take shape and are announced.

Cadence News

Teaching Garden unveiled at Henderson Elementary School Tuesday, April 29, 2014 –

Woodside Homes to build 287 homes in Cadence master plan Tuesday, March 7, 2014 –
Las Vegas Review-Journal

Construction begins on first Cadence structure Thursday, February 6, 2014 –

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Michele Saunders-ZiomekWhy is it going to lower your property value? If anything it will raise our property values! I can't wait for homes to start going up there!2   ·  2 days ago

Justin ZaunerLet's suck more water out of the area... I live right across from this disaster1   ·  1 day ago

Terry JordanPlus they had to clean all the ground before they could even start to build! I wouldn't want to live there!23 hours ago

Rick TurleyWe need more homes !1 day ago

Joseph SaccoThat's right, let's just build more homes while we still are one of the leaders in foreclosures in the nation... Not to mention our dwindling water supply, but it's ok! Please, build more homes!1 day ago

Jeff BarovickIt can bring it down any worse than the trailer parks that surround it.1 day ago

Barry BrandonI hope this doesn't lower my property value! Being next to this project2 days ago

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Patricia GjestvangI cant wait to see all the new houses..its going to be a fabulous new community in Henderson, something really needed..7   ·  6 days ago

Timothy TrowbridgeIf only the buyers knew what was under that sand. That land was the old site for the factory waste ponds till about 3 years ago.12   ·  6 days ago

Joan CoppolaNo more new communities! How about purchasing the glut of pre-existing properties and leave whats left of the land alone......10   ·  4 days ago

Ray PeartMy question is, where are they going to get the water for these houses from if Lake meade is at it's all time low right now???5   ·  6 days ago

Diahanne Nielsen-KullThousands of homes sitting empty and building more????3   ·  5 days ago

Herman CochraneLove Navada!!3   ·  6 days ago

Jose GuzmanPeople are quick to talk when they have no knowledge of a good investment. ..i bought 25 acres in Dolan Springs Arizona and found out a few have water running underneath. Did u know vegas was a place with nothing more than sand dirt and dessert3   ·  6 days ago

Michele Saunders-ZiomekSo tired of the haters! Are you always this pessimistic?!3   ·  6 days ago

Kathi Pond HubbellIt's all greed and money. We are running out of resources in this valley. Greedy men running the city into the ground. Buy existing homes.2   ·  3 days ago

Mike Karatz Sr.My "Hood"...Mid 70's - Mid 80's.....No Better Place To Be In Vegas! Dirt Bikes and 3Wheelers Right Out Of Our Front Door! Even To This Day.....Drive To The Top Of Owens, Bonanza, or Stewart and Tell Me Where You Can Find a Better View of Vegas! Real Vegas and Still Is!!2   ·  4 days ago

Barry BrandonI always called that Sunrise Mountain2   ·  5 days ago

Dennis ToblerWhere is the water coming from? Who needs more homes....The whole city is in foreclosure! Talk about selfish haters! IDEA: don't advertise on Facebook. I'm off your list!2   ·  5 days ago

Beth ColeI'd like to know where all the kids will be going to school? As a teacher in that area, the schools are already crowded!2   ·  6 days ago

Annette Foor BowmanWe're running out of water, but keep building.1   ·  2 days ago

Gabe AntunaWith all these new master planned communities popping up with a planed..... Where are we going to get the water.... They're going to have to put a moratorium on building..... I think if our community is going to survive.....1   ·  4 days ago

Vitor DejesusWhere is the water for this expensive homes?1   ·  5 days ago

Eric Schmook...and too think...there probably won't be any water in the valley after they are built...1   ·  5 days ago

Nauvlet WombleIt's built, doing the finishing touches1   ·  5 days ago

Gary TalisLooking for any residential building superintendents.1   ·  5 days ago

Bryce L. DickinsonLOL- Yes that flat clearing of land at the base of Frenchman mountain is where the landfill (dump) was. I wonder how long it will be until they are building houses there.1   ·  6 days ago

Tania BranchWe go for walks all the time thru there. All I see is trash because people likes to throw their litter cause they have no respect for what's being built there.1   ·  6 days ago

Karon GallaspieAll I see is miles and miles and miles and miles of sand, dirt and heat. Sorry. I'm a green girl from the heartland :)1   ·  6 days ago

Tami PinoThis is a ridiculous idea!1   ·  6 days ago

Peter LaForcePlanned community? 5 trees and 2 trailers?1   ·  7 days ago

Peter WoznyYa the dump was there I mean it is there buried right in front of your eyes for the people that don't know this and when it rain maybe that water runs into the ground it to that dump back into the ditch that goes back into lake las vegas and into lake mead how convent and the water from timet did the same thing for more then fifty years they are going to build homes on top of contaminated dirt so beware buyers....... just saying. lived near pabco road for more then 30yrs Bryce is right not price is right3   ·  5 days ago

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