The story got picked up by the Downtown View which comes to your mailbox if you donâ€™t subscribe to the Review Journal. If you do, then you get it in your Tuesday Newspaper.Â Thereâ€™s Â 13 different versions of the view, covering different parts of the valley. Theyâ€™re divided by zipcodes, so the coverage isnâ€™t always totally localized.
The Downtown View and The SE View have always been willing to cover the re-birth of the historic neighborhoods of Las Vegas and weâ€™re very grateful for the coverage. If youâ€™re new to VeryVintageVegas, you can see some of the past coverage that the view has given to historic neighborhoods andÂ Mid Century Modern homes here and here.
Hereâ€™s a link to the article â€œDisplaying Huntridge Prideâ€ by Amanda Llewellen
Again, as I did last week, I want to thank the Huntridge West Neighborhood Association for the their efforts and dedication to preserving the character and charm of the oldest tract developments in Las Vegas.