After 50 years at its Vegas Drive location, the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) has relocated its Las Vegas headquarters to a new site that now accommodates employees from seven divisions that were previously housed at multiple locations.
Governor Steve Sisolak had the honor of cutting the ribbon at a ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of the new Nevada Department of Wildlife Southern Region headquarters in Las Vegas. The ceremony served as the centerpiece of an open house that included state and local dignitaries, members of the State Wildlife Commission, conservation leaders, members of the media, and department employees and their families.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife acquired the flex building at 3373 Pepper Ln. Las Vegas, Nevada, from a private investor for $3.9 million, or about $138 per square foot.
Greg Ruzzine, CCIM, Ian Cochran, CCIM, Marc Magliarditi, CCIM, and Travis Landes with Logic Commercial Real Estate represented NDOW on this acquisition. The sale was financed in part with State Sportsmen’s Dollars — funds collected via hunting and boating registrations. Given the usage of public funds, the sale was in escrow for 270 days and had to be approved by the Governor’s finance committee.