What is the purpose of the UNLV | Harry Reid Research and Technology Park?
To support research and technology development at UNLV and in Las Vegas, creating a business community that will advance existing research enterprise and a high-tech economic base in southern Nevada.
Where is the Tech Park located?
The Tech Park is located in southwest Las Vegas at the intersection of Durango Drive and Sunset Road, less than ¼ mile from the 215 Beltway. Located in the fastest-growing area of the city, tenants can take advantage of the area's multiple residential, retail and commercial conveniences.
How large is the Tech Park?
Approximately 122 acres.
Who is constructing the Tech Park?
The UNLV Research Foundation owns the land and has selected Gardner Company as the master developer. Gardner has entered into a long-term ground lease contract with the Foundation. Slater Hanifan was selected as the civil engineer and Ed Vance & Associates was selected as the architect.
What is the standard parcel size at the Tech Park?
We will custom design parcel sizes to meet the needs of each business.
What are the intended uses of space at the Tech Park?
Office, technology, medical and retail.
Why should I choose southern Nevada for my business?
Locating in business-friendly Nevada means no personal or corporate income tax. Additionally, Nevada offers state incentives for renewable energy and green building development, as well as relocation incentives for businesses expanding to or opening in the state. International businesses can thrive as well under the established foreign trade zone in Las Vegas.
Why should I choose the UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park over another location for my business?
The Park offers a custom-built facility, a relationship with UNLV and connectivity with the UNLV Cherry Creek Supercomputer housed at Switch's SuperNAP, excellent freeway access and a location that is midway between Henderson and Summerlin.