South15 Airport Center is a +150 acre master planned office/industrial park located in the business friendly city of Henderson, Nevada. The property is adjacent to the Henderson Executive Airport and offers immediate access to major highways including Interstate 15, US93/95, Highway 146 and Interstate 215.
The currently planned +482,300 square foot cross dock building will be divisible to +109,200 square feet and will feature ESFR Fire Suppression System, forty-eight (48) dock high loading doors, four (4) grade level loading doors, 2% warehouse skylights, 50’x52’ typical column spacing, R-30 roof insulation and 36’ minimum clear height. The building is currently estimated for a Q2 2017 completion.
Located in Henderson, Nevada with close proximity to major freeways, the Las Vegas “Strip” and McCarran International Airport. The site offers one to two day truck service for the western United States.
In addition to having no corporate or personal income tax, no inventory tax, no franchise tax, no unitary tax and no special intangible tax, the City of Henderson as well as the State of Nevada offer a variety of incentives to expanding local businesses and out of state companies. Local and state incentives include tax abatement, grants, and job training and recruitment services to name a few.
The first tenant within the South15 Airport Center is FedEx, which is currently occupying a +310,000 SF ground facility. Nearby neighbors include Levi Strauss distribution facility, Cashman Equipment Corporate Headquarters, Henderson Executive Airport, The M Resort, Southpoint Hotel and Casino, Southern Highlands, Seven Hills and Anthem.
In a move that paves the way for development of a 2 million-square-foot industrial complex, the Henderson city council has approved the sale of 150 acres near the Henderson Executive Airport. According to VegasINC, South 15 Partners L.L.C., the developers, paid $13.6 million for the parcel. The project would be the submarket’s first large-scale
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