Rockefeller to Transform Las Vegas Big Box Store into Industrial
The Rockefeller Group has acquired the site of a former Walmart Supercenter in Las Vegas to develop two speculative industrial buildings spanning 369,198 square feet. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Rockefeller paid $19 million for the property. The project is named Craig Road Logistics Center and is the company’s third industrial development in the metro.
The largest building at Craig Road Logistics Center will comprise 227,660 square feet and include 36-foot clear heights, along with 176 auto-parking stalls and 29 dock doors. The second one is set to total 141,538 square feet with 32-foot clear heights, 219 auto-parking stalls and 18 dock doors.
The 19-acre site is located at the intersection of Craig Road and North Nellis Boulevard. It is also less than 3 miles away from Cheyenne Industrial Park, a 145,630-square-foot project being developed by Rockefeller Group on North Lamb Boulevard. Lee & Sakahara Architects will design the building and TWC Construction will serve as general contractor. JLL’s Jason Simon and Rob Lujan will be the project’s listing brokers.
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