Medical District a ‘major new frontier’ for Las Vegas

Medical District a ‘major new frontier’ for Las Vegas

Las Vegas is currently working towards building a medical district that the city ca be proud of. They invested millions of dollars into this district, and it would seem that there more millions to come. In an attempt to bring more people to the area there is a 17% discount for people who decide to move into exisiting buildings in that area.

Medical District a ‘major new frontier’ for Las Vegas

The city of Las Vegas is looking at the burgeoning Medical District the way it looked at developing the downtown core 15 years ago.

Since 2013, the city has invested millions of dollars in infrastructure, planning and marketing for the Medical District, but those dollars are going to start ratcheting up, Adams said.

Arent’s office plans to unveil a pilot program that offers monetary incentives to tenants that go into existing buildings in the city, an initiative aimed at reducing the 17 percent office vacancy rate downtown, he said.

Arent’s office plans to unveil a pilot program that offers monetary incentives to tenants that go into existing buildings in the city, an initiative aimed at reducing the 17 percent office vacancy rate downtown, he said.

That program is expected to be unveiled in more detail soon and would require City Council approval, Arent said.

Las Vegas is currently working towards building a medical district that the city ca be proud of. They invested millions of dollars into this district, and it would seem that there more millions to come. In an attempt to bring more people to the area there is a 17% discount for people who decide to move into exisiting buildings in that area.

The city of Las Vegas is looking at the burgeoning Medical District the way it looked at developing the downtown core 15 years ago.

Since 2013, the city has invested millions of dollars in infrastructure, planning and marketing for the Medical District, but those dollars are going to start ratcheting up, Adams said.

Arent’s office plans to unveil a pilot program that offers monetary incentives to tenants that go into existing buildings in the city, an initiative aimed at reducing the 17 percent office vacancy rate downtown, he said.

Arent’s office plans to unveil a pilot program that offers monetary incentives to tenants that go into existing buildings in the city, an initiative aimed at reducing the 17 percent office vacancy rate downtown, he said.

That program is expected to be unveiled in more detail soon and would require City Council approval, Arent said. read more at reviewjournal.com

 

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