When it comes to Las Vegas, the Rockefeller Group is not thinking skyscrapers. The firm that developed the Rockefeller Center just closed on a 6 acre parcel on the towns east side. It’s dirt now but the iconic company has plans for a 134,000 square foot distribution facility. The sales price was $4.6 million.
The project will be called the Nellis Logistics Center once completed. It will be situated at the corner of North Nellis Boulevard and East Carey Avenue. Groundbreaking is slated for December of this year.
The site is strategically located within a days drive of ten major U.S. cities and Mexico. It’s close to Interstate 15 and State Highways 95 and 97.
Southern Nevada has seen significant growth in the industrial sector since the onset of the Covid pandemic. Construction of industrial buildings is up 25% in one year. Vacancy rates are only at 1.7% citywide.
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