What would a walkable Carson City look like?
Downtown Carson City has already shown signs of progress with wider sidewalks, more seating areas, better lighting and bike lanes. But in an area defined by a love of the outdoors, our neighborhoods don’t reflect this, until now.
For one community, Jackson Village is building the infrastructure for a better quality of life in an already mixed-use neighborhood. Homebuyers who value an accessible lifestyle will find comfort and convenience in its design. Situated within walking distance of local restaurants, shops and bars, each home references the history of Carson City architecture with nostalgic, Western construction.
For first-time buyers and homeowners looking to downsize, consider Jackson Village as an important contribution to Northern Nevada’s development. Here’s why.
1. It’s a mixed-use neighborhood The live, work, play concept is key to economic growth and sustainability. By reducing urban sprawl, people drive less and help support an eco-friendly way of life. By design, residents are encouraged to interact with their communities on a personal level creating an attractive new reputation for tourists and newcomers.
2. Priority is placed on curb appeal The open spaces and landscaping plans of Jackson Village are intended to enhance the streets and structures, increase property values and provide a buffer for prospective land projects. Future residents can feel confident in their investment knowing the resale value will be high.
3. It’s visually interesting Jackson Village promotes a connected city by constructing homes in a style rooted in our collective history. You will feel a sense of pride owning a home your neighbors understand. This shared foundation lends to a greater sense of community and invites collaboration like never before.
Over the years my family has grown and expanded to include many clients that have become lifelong friends. I’m also so proud to say that I’m able to work side by side with my oldest daughter, Khrisenda (Kat), who also intends to become a Realtor. It’s been said that having good friends in the workplace will make you more engaged in your job and leave you more satisfied. I can honestly say that I truly love what I do.