Northern Nevada continues to poise itself as a hub for business growth and entrepreneurship particularly in the areas of manufacturing and technology. Included in this boon are not only Tesla and Switch, but eBay, Immy and Koch Business Solutions to name a few. The many advantages and new incentives for doing business in the Northern Nevada area are driving the revitalized interest in the state. See Much Ado About the Silver State.
Some of the many businesses relocating to Northern Nevada include:
In turn, as new businesses start up or relocate to the area, real estate demands increase as well. At their recent meeting and discussion panel, the Northern Nevada Development Authority (NNDA) explored this increased demand and need for local commercial development particularly in Carson City, Nevada. While the city has some vacancies, the options tend to be inadequate and obsolete in regards to structural limitations. High tech and modern commercial and industrial facilities are needed and one way to remedy the situation is to attract qualified investors to finance such projects.
Read the complete article in Northern Nevada Business Weekly.
Carson City needs more commercial development to meet demand and keep the economic recovery going, said a panel of industry insiders Wednesday, July 27.
“Building capacity to look to our future is probably the most important thing we’ve got going,” said Rob Hooper, executive director, Northern Nevada Development Authority, at the group’s monthly breakfast held at the Carson Nugget.
“We don’t mean the building is in bad condition. We mean that in today’s market manufacturers are looking for 24 to 36 foot clear heights. The buildings we have, it’s rare to find over 16,” said Brad Bonkowski, principal, NAI Alliance, and a Carson City supervisor.