Destinations at Pebble - Las Vegas, NV

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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Activities Offsite
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • Beauty & Barber Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Resident Parking Available

Customer Reviews

New Management Nickle & Dimes the Residents

New owners (Overture) & Greystar 55+ in 2016-17. (Dropped the "At" from the Destinations "at" Pebble from name. Came on board with a big splash--painted the buildings, replaced burnt out exterior lights, and added a few flowers. Clubhouse had been renovated in 2016 & was closed for months. First thing new owners did was to create a 34 PAGE LEASE, & then substantially raise the apartment rents--about $50 per month. Then, they shut down the Clubhouse (again) for RE-remodeling. Next, they slowly began to pass on costs, ()customarily paid for by a rental property), on to the tenants. First, it was $10 per month more for sewer & water. Then it was $20, plus $10 more for trash. (And, don't forget you still have your own gas, electric, phone & cable bills to deal with.)

This past year, the extra costs were based on the size of the apartment--not by the number of occupants. So, if only ONE person resides in a two bed-two bath apartment, they now pay an $60 EXTRA per month, PLUS the rent, & all their other utilities. Remember, this is a 55+ COMMUNITY & many residents are on limited or fixed incomes.

Just recently heard a rumor that new residents are now being charged a MANDATORY one-time $750 "resort" fee for use of the clubhouse, exercise room & pool. Wonder what the monthly rent is actually covering because the apartments are just so-so and rather small.

Maintenance also leaves a lot to be desired. Very unskilled. Very bad about letting the resident know that they had been in their apartment to fix problems. Work orders that require an outside vendor (which seems to be most of the time) never seem to get done--even after repeated requests are made to the office. According to their files, there are NEVER any open work orders--even though you know what you had personally asked for is still not done.

I'm not sure why, but this particular property seems to be the only one of several Greystar 55+ properties that has a lot of negative reviews--& they are not all recent ones. Bad reviews go back for years. Maybe it's the overall on-site management & maintenance, because it certainly is not because of the location.--that's one of it's better features.

What You Expect For Value

I live on the west side and the wind blows a lot and the building is a little old. The elevators are not that clean either, I think they can do better. People don't always pick up after their dogs too. For the value, it is about what you expect though.

all great

It is all great at Destinations at Pebble. They respond very quickly when there is a problem. They keep it clean. Mom really loves it there. I have no complaints on this facility. I am very happy with it.

By Far The Best Facility I have Seen

The sales lady was absolutely fantastic. The gentleman in charge of the custodians, overseeing the property and everything, was also absolutely fantastic. Them working with us to get in the paperwork and finding the right unit for my loved one was excellent. We have looked at other properties, and I would have to say that this facility is by far the best experience and my mother is extremely happy there and so we are happy.

Overall a nice clean quiet facility. ...

Overall a nice clean quiet facility. Lots of activities for those that desire them.

Some concerns

The management is not very involved which is why I rated it a four. I’ve heard the food is not that good. I haven’t had any problems with parking or with the laundry service. The management is a little lacking though.

A nice looking place

We looked at quite a few destinations locations, and ended up moving into one. This was one of the options that we were considering. It was a nice place, and the staff were friendly. However it is located directly adjacent to the freeway, which is a big negative. It is also a bit remote for us, too far from our normal destinations.

From the Community

At Destinations, a 55+ senior apartment community in Las Vegas, we have set colossal standards for quality and choice, and in all things fun. You will be amazed by how many exciting social and recreational activities there are just waiting for you. Our signature Destinations Clubhouse™ provides a gathering place for friends, and a place to make new ones. And with no boring home maintenance projects anymore, you’ll really be able to live it up!

Destinations – it’s a fun place. Tell your friends!

Destinations Pebble is situated in Las Vegas, Nevada, also dubbed the entertainment capital of the world. It is the 28th most populated city in the US and the most populous in Nevada. Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city, known primarily for its gambling, shopping, fine dining, entertainment, and nightlife. The Las Vegas Valley as a whole serves as the leading financial, commercial, and cultural center for Nevada.

Population Demographics
The current estimated population is 632,000 citizens and is represented by the following age groupings:
- Under 18 25.9%
- 18 – 24 8.8%
- 25 – 44 32.0%
- 45 – 64 21.7%
- 65 and older 11.6%
There are 62.1% white residents, 11.1% black residents and the balance is a mixture of Asian, Native Hawaiian, Native American, and other races.

Las Vegas hosts religious institutions of various faiths, including Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. More than half the residents belong to the Christian faith. There are more than 500 churches in and around the city.

More than 35 million tourists flock to Las Vegas each year. The major attractions are the casinos and the hotels, although in recent years other new attractions have begun to emerge. Some of the most popular casinos in Las Vegas are:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
- MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
- Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
- New York-New York Hotel & Casino
- Bellagio Hotel and Casino
- Luxor Hotel and Casino
- Venetian Resort and Casino
- Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
- The Mirage Hotel and Casino
- Aria Resort and Casino

Public Safety
Violent crime and robbery in Las Vegas are 3 times more than the national average per 100,000 citizens. Murder, rape, assault, burglary, and vehicle theft are twice the national average. It must be noted however that a majority of the crime reported is from the Las Vegas strip, and Destinations Pebble is located due south from the high crime area. With the high volume of tourists, police are always visible to help curb and prevent crime in the area.

The are various public transportation options in Las Vegas.
- The Las Vegas Monorail is quick, clean and safe, with security guards on duty at each station at night. The downside to the Monorail is that it was completely paid for by the casinos and all the stations are located at the back of the casinos, thereby forcing you to traverse the casino to get to and from the Strip to the station.
- The Deuce on the Strip Bus service is operational 24 hours a day and operates every 12 to 30 minutes.
- The McCarran International Airport for all domestic and international flights.
- Shuttle Services - Several resorts provide regular shuttle service along the Strip, free to all riders. The most extensive service is provided by the purple bus that leaves the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino hourly between 10am and 7pm, stopping at various other Strip resorts.
- Taxis are always readily available at the taxi stands in front of all of the major strip resorts.

Las Vegas has a sub-tropical hot desert climate. There is abundant sunshine throughout the year with an average of 310 sunny days. Rain is scarce with roughly 26-27 rainy days a year. Summer is typically hazy and hot with temperatures varying between 90°F and 110°F. Winters see the mercury dropping to 39°F.

There are 24 medical facilities in Las Vegas. The Nevada Heart and Vascular Clinic and Dignity Health St Rose Dominican are the nearest hospitals to Destinations Pebble.

There are at least 15 major shopping malls in Las Vegas to cater for every unique taste.

Parks and Recreation
Las Vegas has 68 parks. The city owns the land for, but does not operate, four golf courses:
- Angel Park Golf Club
- Desert Pines Golf Club
- Durango Hills Golf Club
- Las Vegas Municipal Golf Course
It is also responsible for 123 playgrounds, 23 softball fields, 10 football fields, 44 soccer fields, 10 dog parks, six community centers, four senior centers, 109 skate parks, six swimming pools, and more.

Las Vegas is a city that never sleeps. From the bright lights of the strip to the luxurious parks and gardens, you are guaranteed to find a spot that is right for you. And remember, “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.