Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of a 14.8-acre, 644,688-buildable-square-foot redevelopment site in Las Vegas. The property sold for $18.5 million, or $1.25 million per acre, the highest price-per-acre sale of a large, 10-plus-acre, non-strip parcel of commercial land in nearly 10 years.
“The property has a prime location adjacent to The Orleans Hotel & Casino and is less than a mile from the planned $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat Las Vegas stadium, future home of the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders, UNLV football, and many major entertainment events,” says Ray Germain, first vice president investments in Marcus & Millichap’s Las Vegas office. “Previously occupied by Southwest Gas’s corporate offices and a servicing facility, the site is master-planned for commercial tourist land use and is within the county’s Resort Hotel Overlay and MUD-1 Overlay districts, which allow for a high-density, mixed-used development with unlimited height restrictions.”
Germain represented the seller, a California-based limited liability company. The buyer, 4300 Trop LLC, is a limited liability company based in Utah.
The site is located at 4300 West Tropicana Ave., a mile west of Interstate 15 and the Las Vegas Strip. The site’s nearly 1,000 linear feet of frontage along Tropicana Avenue provide convenient access to more than 70,000 vehicles per day.
The land lends itself to a multitude of potential uses including apartments, condos, mixed-use retail, restaurant, lounge, condo/resort hotel applications and variations of its current industrial use.