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Huntridge Neighborhood

The Huntridge Neighborhood
The Huntridge Neighborhood
Huntridge Circle Park was built in the early 1940s.
The Huntridge Neighborhood
Built in 1944.
Huntridge Theater
Huntridge Theater. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Nevada State Register of Historic Places, and City of Las Vegas Historic Property Register.

Las Vegas Centennial Commission marker reads:

Las Vegas' first tract subdivision, the Huntridge neighborhood was erected between 1941 and 1944 on land purchased in the 1920s by international businessman Leigh Hunt. After his death in 1931, Hunt's widow sold off large chunks of land. In December of 1941, the developers announced plans to build a subdivision, graciously naming it Huntridge in Hunt's honor. The modest traditional style homes rented for $50 per month with an option to buy for $5000. The Huntridge neighborhood, loved for it generous lots, curving tree lined streets and front porches, is one of the oldest intact neighborhoods in Las Vegas.

Historic Las Vegas neighborhood dating back to the 1940s.

Roughly bounded by: East Charleston Boulevard, South 15th Street, East Oakey Boulevard, South 9th Street.