Most locals refer to the entire northwestern portion of Las Vegas as “Summerlin,” the award-winning Howard Hughes master-planned community that established this region of the valley. However, this area has grown to include an abundance of residential amenities, including upscale dining, shopping and recreational opportunities. Summerlin is still a mainstay of the region, but housing options now range from condominiums and age-restricted communities to elite guard-gated custom homes. The valley’s largest assemblage of golf courses can be found in the northwest. Courses include the Badlands, Painted Desert, Los Prados and Angel Park. Shopping options include the Meadows Mall, Boca Park and the Sahara Pavilion Oasis, as well as a number of trendy strip centers. Several neighborhood casinos, such as Santa Fe Station, Suncoast, Fiesta Rancho, Texas Station and Red Rock Resort offer fine dining and gaming. Select neighborhoods in the northwest valley include Centennial Village, Desert Shores and Queensridge.