KB Home (NYSE:KBH) Launches Desert Mesa Community

KB Home (NYSE:KBH) reported the grand launch of Desert Mesa, an eminent collection of stylish two- and one-story homes near to downtown Las Vegas. The latest commuter-friendly neighborhood is situated close to Interstate 15 and shopping, dining, entertainment and employment centers.

The buzz

Desert Mesa’s North Las Vegas site is within walking distance of numerous community parks. Golf enthusiasts can cherish the Las Vegas Golf Course, merely minutes away. Adjacent Sobe Ice Arena is accessible to the public and provides hockey leagues and skate classes, and the Craig Ranch Regional Park showcases play equipment, sport fields and courts and a skate park. KB Home reported that Desert Mesa also offers convenient access to the Las Vegas museums, North Premium Outlet Mall, and its legendary entertainment and nightlife.

Homebuyers at Desert Mesa can select from seven different floor plans, three two-story homes and four single-story homes. Ranging in size from 1,389 square feet to 2,339 square feet and having as many as three bathrooms and four bedrooms, the 123 KB homes designed at Desert Mesa will comprise expansive rooms, tankless water heaters, exquisite stone paver walkways and driveways, and gourmet kitchens with granite countertops. Pricing starts in the $190,000s.

Homebuyers who buy a new company’s home at Desert Mesa will have the chance to personalize different aspects of their KB home as part of builder’s innovative homebuilding experience. Besides selecting their home’s community site, exterior design style and floor plan, homebuyers can change structural features to best suit their requirements, such as establishing a family game room or adding a covered patio. Purchasers can then choose from a wide range of cabinets, lighting, flooring, and other interior finishes and facilities to meet their budget and preferences with the assistance of a design expert at the KB Home Studio, which is a retail-like center.



Erica is a graduate of New York University's school of Journalism. She joined US Markets Daily as a general assignment reporter in January of 2008.