Harmon Pines is one of Nevada HAND’s senior (55+) communities located near the intersection of South Jones Boulevard and West Harmon Avenue in Las Vegas. This community is just minutes away from Charlie Frias Park and multiple shopping plazas at the corners of Tropicana Avenue and South Jones Boulevard, which offer several grocery stores, retail shops, entertainment venues, and restaurants. Harmon Pines also has several on-site amenities including pool and spa, beauty salon, fitness facility, business center, recreation area, media room, and on-site laundry. Harmon Pines has an on-site Resident Services team that connects residents to the resources they need to live well, including community assistance programs, volunteer groups, and community activities, like potlucks, movie nights, special trips, and games. Harmon Pines is “more than a home” and perfect for seniors who are seeking an active lifestyle or a quiet, comfortable community.
Monthly rent at Harmon Pines start at only $511 per month for a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment and $617 for a two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment. To qualify, applicants must earn a minimum monthly income of at least 2 ½ times the amount of rent being charged for the apartment – income restrictions do apply. A one-person household must not exceed $21,000 gross annual income, and a two-person household must not exceed $24,000. Rates and income thresholds may vary. We do not charge for water, sewer, or trash, and we do not charge monthly pet fees. If you have questions about the community, visit the Contact Us page to speak with the management team.
To submit an application for Harmon Pines, please click here to complete the interest form.
Harmon Pines does not discriminate and does not permit discrimination, including, without limitation, bullying, abuse or harassment, on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or HIV status, or based on association with another person on account of that person's actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or HIV status.