G2 Capital Development Acquires Campus Village


Las Vegas-based G2 Capital Development, a privatelyowned commercial real estate development company, is pleased to announce its newest acquisition along the Maryland Parkway corridor. Campus Village, consisting of approximately 3 acres of land with two buildings totaling +/-39,185 SF of space at the northeast corner of Maryland Parkway and Harmon Ave., is now a part of G2 Capital Development’s real estate portfolio.

“We are excited to have purchased Campus Village, and look forward to continuing to operate the property, as well as evaluating potential redevelopment opportunities,” said Frank Marretti, Founder and Owner of G2 Capital Development. “Our commitment to the Maryland Parkway corridor is stronger than ever.”

Campus Village is a commercial center consisting of a mix of retail and office tenants. Built in the late 1970s, the property consists of one two-story building with frontage along Maryland Parkway and adjacent to UNLV, and one single-story building set back to the east along Harmon Avenue. Tenants at Campus Village offer a host of different services to UNLV students, as well as to local residents, including food services, salon services, and other retail shops.

Campus Village is the third major investment in property along Maryland Parkway for G2 Capital Development. Just south of Campus Village , the University Gateway project is about to begin its final phase of construction with an 8-story mixed-use building consisting of retail, office and luxury apartment units, containing approximately +/-180,000sf. Construction on this $60+ million dollar project is expected to begin within the next few weeks. Earlier this year, G2 Capital Development entered into agreements to re-develop a 4+ acre site just north of Campus Village as well as completing Phase I of the University Gateway project by constructing and delivering a seven-story parking garage with approximately 820 parking spaces and 10,000 square feet of office space to be used for a UNLV police substation.


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