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Tesla Powerwall & Model 3 Come Included in Two Luxury Housing Developments in Las Vegas

Tesla Powerwall & Model 3 Come Included in Two Luxury Housing Developments in Las Vegas

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Developer Livv has announced plans to build two elite, environmentally-friendly residential complexes. The homes will be equipped with Tesla's Powerwall energy storage system—and a Model 3.

Livv has announced the construction of two residential developments—one in Henderson this fall and the other in the southwest valley in 2022. Livv's Henderson project, called Neo, has government entitlements and has the ability to move forward. A second development called Magnus in the southwest valley hasn’t received its entitlements from Clark County, and that process isn’t expected to be completed until next spring at the earliest, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Vice president of business development with Growth Holdings, Steve Escalante, said that Neo is on 60 acres and is adjacent to MacDonald Highlands southeast of Horizon Ridge Parkway and Stephanie Street. One very special aspect of these houses is that they will be equipped with Tesla Powerwall home energy storage systems.

“It’s a brand new segment and brand that we will be taking nationally and looking at markets like Phoenix, California, Colorado, Texas, Florida and North Carolina,” Escalante said. “Right now, Vegas is going to be the flagship. This is the marriage of technology and real estate and taking it to the next level. These are Tesla-powered homes that are going to be net-zero positive-energy communities. It's building a sustainable lifestyle and sustainable footprint."

The company's goal is to disrupt the status quo of how so-called luxury custom homes have been built for decades—that they’re too expensive, energy inefficient, and tough and expensive to maintain.

The Henderson project calls for 84 home sites in the hillside guard-gated community where prices will start at $2.3 million and escalate to about $4 million. The houses will be one- and two-story with three or four bedrooms. They will range in size from 3,600 square feet to 5,000 square feet with garages for three or five cars.

The southwest valley development in the Rainbow Boulevard and Wigwam Parkway has about 37 acres with 94 semi-custom homes planned starting at $1.3 million to $2.8 million. Homes are expected to range in size from 3,000 to 4,500 square feet for one- and two-story.

In addition to Powerwall, the homes will also be equipped with a Tesla Model 3, which will perfectly match the home and the lifestyle of its owners. “If you drive this car, this is the type of home you should live in and if you live in this type of home, you should be driving electric,” Escalante said. "It's reinforcing the whole concept."

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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.

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