About the development
Rockefeller Group is developing two speculative industrial buildings totaling 145,630 square feet on 7 acres of land in the North Las Vegas area of Clark County, Nev. Cheyenne Industrial Park is located at 3102 North Lamb Boulevard and is fully entitled. Construction will commence by the end of year.
Rockefeller Group purchased the property from R A Plaza LLC for $8.5 million.
The site is strategically located within a one-day drive to ten major U.S. cities and Mexico and is near the I-15 Freeway, McCarran International Airport (including FedEx and UPS hubs) and the Las Vegas Intermodal Yard (including BNSF and Union Pacific hubs.) Cheyenne Industrial Park will include two buildings, a 104,440 square foot building and a 41,190 square foot building, with 32’ clear heights. The larger building will include 111 auto-parking stalls and a 135’ truck court. The smaller building will include 62 auto-parking stalls and a 135’ truck court.
Given the current market conditions and the site configuration, Rockefeller Group is able to offer prospective tenants two size options at Cheyenne. By having divisible buildings in the 100,000-105,000 square foot range and another between 40,000 square feet and 50,000 square feet, the company is providing flexibility to the market to meet tenant demand.
Jason Simon and Rob Lujan of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Las Vegas office are the listing brokers on the project. HPA Architecture designed the project and Martin Harris Construction is the general contractor. Rockefeller Group’s civil engineer, Kimley Horn, has extensive experience in Las Vegas.