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The Aviator apartment community opens near Henderson Executive Airport

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The Aviator apartment community opens near Henderson Executive Airport

The community is inspired by antique airplane designs.


By David Malone, Associate Editor | March 5, 2020
The Aviator entry and lobby

All renderings courtesy WestCorp Property Management

A new 380-unit luxury apartment community has opened in West Henderson near the Henderson Executive Airport.

Dubbed The Aviator, the community was inspired by antique airplane designs, with a clubhouse and main entry that includes pieces from World War II aircraft. The clubhouse features airplane cabin style lights that line the floors and walls and authentic aircraft metal siding and windows in the furniture. The entrance sign is highlighted by a vintage WWII propeller.

 

The Aviator clubhouse

 

One-, two-, and three-bedroom units that range from 836-sf to 1,390-sf. Sky Suites, top-floor units with 12-foot coffered ceilings, Transom windows, and three-panel glass slider walls in the living room, are also offered. Each unit has quartz countertops, stainless-steel and energy-efficient appliances, wood-style flooring, walk-in closets, and an in-unit washer and dryer. 

 

The Aviator fitness center

 

The pet-friendly community features two swimming pools, a fitness center and studio, a sauna, and a steam room. The clubhouse includes access to a business center with Apple iMac desktop computers, free WiFi, conference tables, and a self-serve cafe with Starbucks coffee, bottled water, and a central stovetop for cooking class opportunities. Other amenities include a hammock garden, children’s playground, and an onsite dog park and pet wash.

 

See Also: REI’s new headquarters is all about the outdoors

 

WestCorp Management Corp in a partnership with Nevada West Development are the developers.

 

The Aviator bedroom

 

The Aviator interior

 

The Aviator business center

 

The Aviator lobby

 

WWII airplane parts integrated into lobby

 

The Aviator entry

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