The Cliffs. Located in Summerlin’s southernmost tip along the base of the Spring Mountains, the 450-acre village stretches from south of Bishop Gorman High School to Wet ‘n’ Wild water park.Offering exquisite views of the valley and the Strip to the east and the mountains to the west, The Cliffs village has been carefully designed to maximize the area’s terraced landscape, allowing for unobstructed views in some neighborhoods. A distinct “rugged contemporary” architectural design aesthetic throughout will complement the area’s natural landscape. And to further maintain its natural beauty, parcels of land within the village have been set aside to remain undisturbed and undeveloped.“The Cliff’s village, which began development earlier this year, is Summerlin’s 20th village and the first to open in nearly a dozen years,” said Julie Cleaver, vice president, Summerlin. “We took our time shaping this village and developing its theme to ensure the right builders and home styles would be incorporated into this striking landscape. The development of The Cliffs is a superb combination of man-made designs seamlessly merged with the breathtaking beauty of the topography.”Toll Brothers, the first builder that announced plans for a neighborhood in The Cliffs, is developing Regency, a luxury age-qualified community with models opening early 2016. This gated neighborhood includes more than 425 single-family homes ranging from 1,600 to 2,400 square feet. Regency’s robust amenity list includes walking trails and an amenity center spanning more than 16,000 square feet with indoor lap pool and outdoor resort-style pools; tennis, pickle ball and bocce ball courts; a clubhouse; and social programming that includes classes, events and gatherings.All homes in The Cliffs include the Summerlin signature lifestyle, with access to the community’s award-winning trail system, community centers, pools and year-round resident-only events.The Cliff’s village will eventually be home to 11 planned neighborhoods encompassing more than 1,700 homes. In addition to the private Bishop Gorman High School and Wet ‘n’ Wild water park, other existing village amenities include Faiss Middle School and Faiss Community Park, where construction of a 24,940-square-foot aquatic center began in April. A proposed public elementary school site is also in The Cliffs.