Centennial Hills is a neighborhood in the far northwest portion of Las Vegas. Despite its northern location, it is still within Las Vegas’s city limits rather than in North Las Vegas.
Centennial Hills’s location puts it well away from Downtown Las Vegas and The Las Vegas Strip. To put things in reference, Centennial Hills is north of Lone Mountain and west of Tule Springs.
This is a beautiful area with fewer people and more room than what you’d find in the heart of Las Vegas. Established in 2001, Centennial Hills now has an estimated population of 20,000 (figures vary).
Centennial Hills is a substantial community with a variety of neighborhoods, homes, and price points. In Centennial Hills, you’ll find single-family homes (including upscale custom homes), townhomes, and condos.
Home prices in the Centennial Hills area range from $200Ks to $3MM+.
The median home listing price is $450K.
Home sizes, meanwhile, range from ~1,000 square feet to ~7,700 square feet.
Centennial Hills Amenities
The amenities in Centennial Hills cover the essentials. You can find grocery shopping at Trader Joe’s, Albertsons, Smith’s Food and Drug, The Las Vegas Farm, and the Gilcrease Orchard.
Tools and home-related items can be bought at Lowe’s Home Improvement.
Restaurants in Centennial Hills include Ohjah Japanese Steakhouse Sushi & Hibachi – Oso Blanca, Yoshiya Japanese Kitchen, and The Lodge Grand Teton.
Recreational options are also available to residents of Centennial Hills and include Floyd Lamb Park and the Red Rock National Conservation Area.
Residents of Centennial Hills may need to drive into Summerlin or North Las Vegas to access certain amenities.