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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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Justin ZaunerLet's suck more water out of the area... I live right across from this disaster8   ·  3 days 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!6   ·  3 days ago

Robert StygerYup. More homes, more people, more trash and less water. Use the land already built on. Leave the open spaces "open"...4   ·  2 days ago

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!3   ·  3 days ago

Curtis BauerleWhere is all the warer going to come from? Lake Mead which is at all time low?1   ·  17 hours ago

Jessica HernandezI live right across the street from it and kinda sad there blocking the beautiful city view ...1   ·  18 hours ago

Beth ColeWhat about the schools? Something like this is going to make them even more crowded!1   ·  2 days ago

Terry JordanPlus they had to clean all the ground before they could even start to build! I wouldn't want to live there!1   ·  2 days ago

Jeff BarovickIt can bring it down any worse than the trailer parks that surround it.1   ·  3 days ago

Jennifer Lake RodgersMore empty homes and more empty retail and office spaces. Yay and how is that going to raise my property value? Or has no one payed attention to our surroundings?9 hours ago

Todd BronsonWhy are locals so bitter and negative? I live in that area and I'm tired of fast food and Walmart. More homes and more residents bring in more money into the city. I welcome a change to this part of Henderson.12 hours ago

Sharon BogdenWhat about schools for this.1 day ago

Pear Reisnerthis prediction of 13000 homes to be built,plus a new casino1 day ago


Rick TurleyWe need more homes !2 days ago

Barry BrandonI hope this doesn't lower my property value! Being next to this project3 days ago

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