Realtors in Southern Nevada will have a new space to call home next year.
The Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors (GLVAR) broke ground Wednesday on new headquarters in the bustling southwest valley, promising better access from the 215 Beltway and enhanced areas for education in its expanded space.
“Besides being more conveniently located for most of our members, this new building will enable us to better serve local Realtors in a variety of ways,” GLVAR President Scott Beaudry said. “We’ve been in our current building for more than 30 years. Basically, we’ve outgrown the space and needed a new facility.”
Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak was among the notable guests who attended the ceremony for the new 40,000-square-foot facility, which will add 13,000 square feet from its current building on East Sahara Avenue.
“On behalf of Clark County and all my constituents in this part of town, I’m looking forward to welcoming GLVAR to the neighborhood,” said Sisolak, whose commission district includes GLVAR’s new location. “This beautiful and conveniently located building will be a great addition to this rapidly developing area. GLVAR’s new home will be as good for this area as it will be for GLVAR and its nearly 13,000 members.”
The association will now be headquartered on South Rainbow Boulevard, south of Post Road and north of Sunset Road. Its classrooms will be able to accommodate 300 people and will be situated on 4.25 acres.
Construction updates can be found here.
GLVAR’s old facility is on the market for $3.8 million.