E Sale, Industrial Address 4432 Calimesa St., 89115 Buyer Solis Properties Seller NLV Sagebrush Details 31,000 SF; $3.65 million Buyer Rep Chris Lane, CCIM of Colliers International Seller Rep Dan Doherty, SIOR, Paul Sweetland, SIOR and Jerry Doty of Colliers International Sale, Multi-Family Address 4870 Nellis Oasis Ln. and 5025 Nellis Oasis Ln., 89115 Buyer … [Read more...] about Red Report: December 2018
“Anything that has a direct impact on our local residents. As an organization we search out opportunities that allow our staff to participate, allowing us to support the community while bringing our team closer together. Dr. David Steinberg, CEO | Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging “My favorite way to give back is to represent clients who cannot afford an … [Read more...] about What Is Your Favorite Way to Give Back to the Community?
Nevada-based InNEVator accelerator brings disruptive ideas and technologies to fruition RENO, Nev. - Three companies selected for the Fall 2018 InNEVator, a fully-funded eight-week pre-accelerator program, are "ready for launch" according to program leaders and investors. Part of the vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem taking hold in northern Nevada, the InNEVator is hosted by … [Read more...] about Promising IoT StartUps Pave the Way to New Industries
The Wild Wild West NAIOP Southern Nevada’s Bus Tour Committee is proud to present the 2018 “Wild Wild West” Bus Tour event. We welcome ya’ll to get on the buses and tour the commercial real estate projects that are shaping Southern Nevada. This year’s tour builds on the success of the 2017 event adding exciting new properties and showcasing what’s to come. Southern … [Read more...] about 2018 NAIOP Southern Nevada
Education has long been a hot-button issue in Nevada, oftentimes because of a negative perception. Recently, executives representing education in Nevada met at the Las Vegas office of City National Bank to discuss this perception, the challenges the state faces and solutions moving forward. Connie Brennan, publisher and CEO of Nevada Business Magazine, served as moderator … [Read more...] about Industry Focus: Education
President, Nevada Division Lewis Apartment Communities (57 years in Nevada) Type of Business: Multifamily Developer | Hails from: Los Angeles, CA | 46 years with company in Nevada | Based: Statewide How did you first get into your profession? I joined the family business nearly 50 years ago and am now responsible for the Nevada operations of the Lewis Group of … [Read more...] about Movers & Shakers: Robert E. Lewis
CSN Receives STEM Education Grant The College of Southern Nevada (CSN) recently announced that the Governor’s Office of Science, Innovation and Technology has awarded the college $1 million to help strengthen STEM education in under-represented student populations. The grant will be used to fund the development of initiatives that seek to increase the number of … [Read more...] about Around the State: November 2018
Northern Nevada By CBRE Reno The Northern Nevada industrial market ended Q3 2018 much as it began – a competitive, demand-heavy market with active pre-leasing and rising base rents. As a result, the quarter recorded 2.1 million square feet of net absorption and 2.4 million square feet of gross absorption. While the market is attractive to occupiers of varying sizes and … [Read more...] about Industrial Summary: Third Quarter 2018
BC Sale, Retail Address 1410 Boulder City Pkwy., 89005 Buyer 1410 Boulder City Highway Seller AP Holdings & Thespy Details 2,640 SF, $750,000 APN 186-08-310-003 Seller Rep Cathy Jones and Paul Miachika of Sun Commercial Real Estate, Inc. ESale, Retail Sale, Office Address 229 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 89101 Buyer Green Unicorn Seller Nemo, Inc. Details 8,250 SF, … [Read more...] about Red Report: November 2018
“I am thankful for my family’s love that allows me to fully give myself to my profession. I am equally grateful to my employees, who respect and care for each other as a work family.” Dr. Jason O. Jaeger, Director and Owner | Advanced Spine and Posture “I am thankful for my family, friends and business partners who push me to succeed as well as the Las Vegas community for … [Read more...] about What Are You Most Thankful For?
An asset to any business, CPAs and accountants have a multitude of challenges when it comes to staying on top of new laws and advising their clients. Recently, executives representing this industry met at the Las Vegas office of City National Bank to talk about the changes they’ve seen recently and what is on the horizon. Connie Brennan, publisher and CEO of … [Read more...] about Industry Focus: CPAs
Legal Opinions, a Nevada Business Magazine feature for the past seven years, is a compilation of expert knowledge on a variety of topics. Written by attorneys, all of whom are highly educated on their featured topic, this special report is a one-stop resource for executives. Articles in the 2018 edition of Legal Opinions range from marijuana to private equity and healthcare. … [Read more...] about Legal Opinions 2018: Expert Knowledge for Nevada Businesses
By J. Malcolm DeVoy, Attorney, DeVoy Law Nevada law imposes obligations upon physicians that are under-appreciated and may foil an otherwise effective compliance program. Medical providers are aware of the federal penalties for kickbacks and impermissible self-referrals under the Anti-Kickback Statute and the Stark Law, which can include civil monetary penalties, exclusion … [Read more...] about Beyond Stark: Nevada’s Lesser-Known Physician Self-Referral Laws
By R. Duane Frizell, Esq.1, Attorney, Frizell Law Firm The Chinese say, “horse, horse, tiger, tiger.” Neither one nor the other. Mediocre. An understanding of pertinent issues helps U.S. businesses avoid mediocrity in the important Chinese market. Between 2000 and 2015, Nevada’s Asian population doubled.2 In the U.S. as a whole, from 2007-2015, the number of employees at … [Read more...] about 馬馬虎虎 (“Horse, Horse, Tiger, Tiger”) Avoiding Mediocrity with Your Chinese Clients
by Jason D. Guinasso, Managing Partner, Hutchison & Steffen Attorneys Political discussions and debate are common at work among managers and employees. Indeed, in today’s polarizing political climate, it seems as if everyone has a political opinion and they are not shy about sharing it. Surprisingly, few companies have a written policy on political discussions and … [Read more...] about Political Discussions in the Workplace
By Joel D. Henriod, Partner, Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie A current trend in the federal and Nevada appellate courts brings to mind the 1988 fight between Michael Spinks and the reigning heavyweight champion, Mike Tyson. Both were undefeated. It was then the richest fight in history, grossing $70 million, funded largely by pay-per-view fees from over 600,000 households. … [Read more...] about Appellate Courts Increasingly Affirm Trial Court Decisions to Dismiss Lawsuits
By Kade Miller, Attorney, Snell & Wilmer The passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act resulted in the creation of a powerful tax incentive program that is generating considerable interest and activity in the economic development and investment communities. Known as the Opportunity Zone Program (OZ Program), this tax incentive regime is designed to stimulate economic … [Read more...] about The Opportunity Zone Program a Boon to Economic Development and Private Investment
“Prediction is very difficult, especially if it’s about the future.” —Nils Bohr, physicist and Nobel laureate By Alicia Ashcraft, Managing Partner, Ashcraft & Barr In last year’s “Legal Opinions” section of Nevada Business Magazine, we made three predictions about Nevada’s marijuana industry. We re-visit those predictions in this article to see how well our … [Read more...] about Legal Predictions for the 2019 Marijuana Industry
By Samuel A. Schwartz, Transactional Attorney, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Prior to the Great Recession, private equity firms were historically devoted to buy outs and smaller loans that traditional banks had no interest in funding. Since that time, according to estimates by the private equity firm Ares Management, nonbanks held more than half a trillion dollars’ worth … [Read more...] about Private Equity Lending: Is It a Good Choice for Business?
With the first declared shortage in the Colorado River’s history expected in 2020, the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) is offering greater financial incentives to businesses that implement water-efficiency measures. The not-for-profit water agency recently increased both the incentive amount for replacing turf with drip-irrigated plants and the number of square feet … [Read more...] about SNWA Water-Smart Programs