Transitional Model

The larger of the two Responsive Homes was designed for buyers who are further along in their careers than a typical entry-level customer. Pardee Homes is using it to test how contemporary design is received in the Las Vegas market.

The expansive age range of the millennial generation necessitated the need for two demonstration homes, each targeting a different type of buyer. “While we might want to think that millennials are one homogeneous group, they’re really not,” says Linda Mamet, TRI Pointe vice president of corporate marketing.

Sliding glass doors in the dining room and great room open up the first floor to stylish outdoor spaces, encouraging flexible use of the space for entertaining and bringing fresh air into the home.

From framing to finishes, products selected for the home reflect young buyers’ desire for design and performance at a price point they can afford. 

The master bathroom is a striking example of the type of unique designs that millennials prefer.

An irrigation controller waters the drought-tolerant landscaping only when needed, thanks to sensors on the roof that turn off the system during a rain event. The covered patios were designed to accept solar arrays while also providing shade and comfort. 

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