Much of Las Vegas has been built out with so-called master-planned communities. But where did it begin? It all got started at Paradise Palms - the neighborhood between Desert Inn and Flamingo just to the east of Maryland Parkway.
We'll look at the architectural designs of the Las Vegas homes of the 1950s. Their airy, glass-punctuated structures are popular with Southern Nevadans seeking an alternative to the stucco homes that dominate the region's residential landscape. So who's living the Mid-Mod life, and why did stucco become the dominant design of the valley landscape?