Paradise : Nevada

 

What It Is Like to Retire in Paradise

Paradise is an unincorporated town in Clark County, Nevada, that is adjacent to Las Vegas, and is actually the home of a large part of the Strip District, the University of Nevada, and McCarran International Airport. The city is located in the southern part of Las Vegas, and got its name in the early 1900’s due to its fertile land from a high water table that was good for farming. Paradise is governed by the Clark County Commission and the Paradise Town Advisory Board. Las Vegas' three major league sports teams are also located here which include the NHL Vegas Golden Knights, NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders, and the WNBA Las Vegas Aces. Those who visit Las Vegas most likely were in Paradise. Photo of Las Vegas Strip largely located within Paradise courtesy of Wikipedia and Adam Kliczek; photo of T-Mobile Arena courtesy of Wikipedia and Tomas Del Coro; photo of neighborhoods on the east side of Paradise courtesy of Wikipedia and Daniel Ramirez,Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0/
 

Where to Retire in Paradise and Home Prices

The National Association of Realtors reported the median home price was $390,000 in the Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise region during the 2nd quarter of 2021, a 22.7% increase from a year earlier.
 

What Is Special about Paradise

There is always something to do here with the entertainment venues, outdoor recreation, sports teams and the University of Nevada.
 

What Is Not Special about Paradise

Very hot summers with many days reaching over 100 degrees, a very popular and year-round tourist destination, rising home prices.
 

Who Will Like Retirement in Paradise

Paradise is very popular with retirees as there is no state income tax, a desert climate, restaurants and entertainment galore and many active adult retirement communities. There is also health care, outdoor recreation, and public transportation. The Las Vegas Monorail runs through Paradise connecting to several large casinos. The McCarran International airport is just a few miles away. There is no state income tax in Nevada.
 

Local Economy Is Driven by

The city of Paradise is all about tourism with food service, accommodations, arts and entertainment being the core economic drivers.
 

Climate and Physical Environment

Paradise lies in the Mojave Desert and experiences over 300 days of sunshine with very little rain (about 4 inches a year), and very hot summers. The area is one of the sunniest and driest areas in the U.S. The average summer temperature is 104 degrees, with winter temperatures around 50 degrees.
 

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

This is where you want to be for restaurant choices and ongoing entertainment venues.
 

Crime

The crime rate here is above the national average.
 

Medical Facilities

There are several medical centers and facilities within the Paradise Valley and Las Vegas area.
 

Transportation

The Paradise/Las Vegas area offers public transportation with buses, trams and a monorail. McCarran International Airport is about 5 miles away.
 

Valuable Links

Clark County Nevada

Paradise Advisory Board

Cara Coleman Senior Center

 

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