LAS VEGAS – Brass Cap Development, a leading developer of industrial space in the Las Vegas valley, continues to expand its footprint with their most recent acquisition of Henderson 10, a 10-acre-site in West Henderson, in close proximity to the Raiders practice facility, Amazon Fulfillment Center, and Kroger Smith’s Distribution Warehouse.
The 152,500-square-foot, two-building industrial center will be developed around the perimeter of the existing FedEx Distribution Center, making it a highly sought-after location for many businesses. The two buildings at Henderson 10 range from 75,000 – 77,500 square feet and are both able to accommodate multiple tenants.
“Being a part of West Henderson’s continued economic development is very exciting for our team. Brass Cap was born from the idea that our projects could help serve as a catalyst for community growth and business expansion,” said Timothy Castello, partner at Brass Cap Development. “Henderson 10 will allow us to continue to serve that need and benefit the community at large.”
Henderson 10 is not the only West Henderson land acquisition for Brass Cap Development. The company has three nearby projects in the development pipeline for 2020: Executive Airport Crossing, a two-building industrial complex; Henderson 12.5, another five-building industrial site; and Chaparral Industrial Park, a single-building industrial project on five acres of land.
“We are proud to witness the growing demand for industrial space in Nevada and help contribute to something that will have such a positive impact on our valley,” Castello added.
Henderson 10, located precisely at East Bruner Avenue and Amigo Street, is projected to be complete in early 2021. Michael DeLew of RealComm Advisors will handle the lease and sale of the property.
About Brass Cap Development
Brass Cap Development, founded in 2015, specializes in real estate investment, development, management, and consulting. Additional focus areas include pre-development land use planning, entitlements, site plans and design, pre-construction and construction services, income producing assets and development services for the Las Vegas industrial and retail market. Brass Cap’s principals Tim Castello, Mike Chernine, Jason Kuckler and Larry Monkarsh have developed many successful projects over three decades in Southern Nevada and other Western states while also developing effective partnerships with sub-contractors, consultants, municipalities, lobbyists, brokers, banks and property owners. For more information, visit brasscap.com.
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