DP Partners to Build Distribution Center for CDW
DP Partners recently announced it has signed an agreement to build a 513,240-square-foot distribution center at its 102-acre LogistiCenter at North Las Vegas business park. CDW Corp., a technology company based in Vernon Hills, Ill., will use the build-to-suit facility to service its customers in the Western United States. The CDW center, located on a 25-acre site, will be the third building at LogistiCenter. It will feature 32-foot clear-height ceilings, 84 truck docks, ESFR fire safety system, 50-foot by 50-foot bays and parking for 500 vehicles. It is estimated that 170 to 180 people will be employed at the facility, which is scheduled for completion in fall 2005. Reno-based United Construction Company is the design/build contractor for the project. CDW is a leading provider of technology products and services for business, government and education.
High Rise, Mixed-Use Project Planned for Henderson
The Clark County Board of Commissioners has approved plans for a high rise, mixed use project at St. Rose Parkway and Jeffreys Street in Henderson, near St. Rose Hospital’s Siena campus. Perlman Architects of Las Vegas is the architect of record for the new project, which is designed with three separate residential condominium towers above a ground-level retail floor, with two levels of underground parking. Plans call for 59,000 square feet of retail space, 11,200 square feet of health club area and approximately 460,100 square feet of residential area, divided into one- two- and three-bedroom units. Amenities include an athletic club, a swimming pool, pet park and central courtyard plaza. Perlman Architects’ role in the project will include schematic design, design development, construction documents, permitting and contract administration. No date has been set for the groundbreaking.
Paiute Tribe May Develop Master Plan
An alliance of developers has entered into an agreement with the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe for the potential development of a master-planned community on the tribe’s 3,800-acre Snow Mountain Reservation in the northwest Las Vegas Valley. The site for the proposed master plan is located off US 95, approximately 10 miles north of Ann Road and just north of Kyle Canyon Road. The reservation currently has three Pete Dye-designed championship golf courses and a 50,000-square-foot clubhouse with a restaurant, lounge and pro shop. Representatives of San Diego-based LasCal Development Corp. said development of the community will be contingent on the results of its ongoing feasibility study, which is expected to be finalized by October 2005. If results of the study are favorable, construction of the community could begin as early as 2006. Members of the LasCal group include: affiliates of American Nevada Co.; the Maloof family, which owns the Palms Casino Resort; and two other Indian tribes. The Paiute Tribe has retained Las Vegas-based Construction Consultants, Inc. to serve as its consultant in the venture.