"This WWII neighborhood was named for the Nevada Biltmore Hotel, which opened nearby in 1942. A WWII housing shortage called for the construction of several hundred homes for military personnel and their families. The federal government approved the Biltmore Village for construction. Typical wartime housing, the homes were small and one story, built in the modest Cottage and Ranch styles. Much of the original neighborhood remains today, boasting curved, tree-lined streets and welcoming front porches."
(Las Vegas Pioneer Trail Marker 16)
Historic Las Vegas neighborhood dating back to the 1940s.
Roughly bounded by: Sycamore Lane, North 4th Street, East Bonanza Road, North 1st Street.