“This expansion is the first step in our evolution of excellence,” Park Place Infiniti General Manager Joe Tortomasi said. “Part of that involves contributing to our community. So, we are pleased to partner with the Las Vegas Philharmonic to help them continue enriching our community with the gift of music.”
The contribution will go toward brining internationally acclaimed solo artists to perform with the Las Vegas Philharmonic during their concert season, which runs from September to May.
The expansion, part of an overall renovation for the 6-acre property, features a state-of-the-art showroom and luxurious client lounge. The main building’s redesign includes a façade draped with exquisite insulated glass that keeps the interior climate comfortable, while letting ample natural light into the showroom. The showroom and lounge feature an art gallery and beautiful furnishings and amenities, such as electronic docking stations for clients who need to stay connected while technicians service their vehicles. The renovation also added a spacious new drive-in service canopy and an expanded garage.
The second building, which has undergone its own improvements over the past year, has become the sales center for pre-owned vehicles.
“We insisted on having our dealership reflect the quality and luxury of the Infiniti vehicles we offer,” Tortomasi said.
The expansion is expected to create between 10 and 15 new permanent positions in sales and service. Work on the project itself, performed by Boyd Martin Construction of Las Vegas, created an estimated 50 construction jobs.
About Park Place Dealerships
Founded in 1987 by Ken Schnitzer, Park Place Dealerships represents luxury brands including Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Volvo, Jaguar, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, McLaren, Maserati, Lotus and smart. In June 2012, Park Place purchased the Infiniti dealership in Las Vegas. For more information, visit, www.parkplaceinfiniti.com.
About the Las Vegas Philharmonic
Founded in 1998 by founding Music Director and Conductor Laureate Harold Weller and long-time Las Vegas arts supporters Susan and Andrew Tompkins, the Las Vegas Philharmonic is Southern Nevada’s only professional symphony orchestra.
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