Anthem is located in Henderson, yet is convenient to all nearby shopping, McCarren Airport and the Strip.

This community is built around a private club in which members can enjoy swimming, recreation activities, and of course, golf. Other amenities include a clubhouse, sand volleyball area, athletic club, resort-style pool, six lane lap pool, toddler play area, wading pool and spa, lighted tennis and basketball courts, and a salon.

Anthem also provides added security for its residents by providing guard gated communities. The Anthem community is easily accessible from the I-15 and I-215 freeways. Anthem combines it’s wonderful amenities the Green Valley area as well.

A short drive will take residents to the nearby casinos, shopping centers and malls, and local restaurants. Anthem features upscale living for singles and families alike. Residents can relax and enjoy the private amenities offered to them by their residency. Anthem feels like its own private world.

Sun City Anthem

This charming retirement community has been the choice for many active seniors. With its breathtaking views and wonderful amenities, Sun City Anthem is a great choice.

This area is close to nearby Green Valley and only minutes away from McCarren airport and the Las Vegas Strip. Easily accessible from the I-215 Beltway and I-15, Sun City Anthem, is a convenient area in which to live.

Within the community there are plenty of amenities for residents to take advantage of. Sun City Anthem offers an indoor swimming pool and spa, an indoor walking track, a computer lab, a wellness center, a resource library, billiards and shuffleboard, Bocci Ball courts, tennis courts, a walking path, and a “Tot Lot” for visiting grandchildren. Residents can also take up a new hobby or foster an old one by taking dancing lessons in the Ballroom.

For a more relaxing activity, residents of Sun City Anthem can enjoy symphony or chamber music at the University theater. Many Sun City Anthem residents spend time in the 75,000 square foot recreation center fostering social relationships with other community residents. Ground has been broken on the Phase 2 Recreation Center. It will offer an additional 36,000 square feet and will house the new Speaker Hall / Performing Arts Center. A third center is scheduled to be added in 2006.