This vibrant community will mix technology trailblazers with emerging enterprises, bringing fresh ideas and perspective that advance innovation. Located in a highly sought after, up-and-coming area of business-friendly Southern Nevada, the expansive 122-acre park will offer top-of-the-line facilities to support all of your business’ needs.
CONNECTION TO UNLV STUDENTS AND RESOURCES
Locating your business at the Tech Park will allow for partnerships with UNLV, including the School of Medicine, supercomputer and Switch Communications dark fiber network, and UNLV’s vast network of research connectivity. The expertise and knowledge of UNLV faculty and graduate students is at your fingertips, allowing for advanced concepts and products. The Tech Park will provide great connections to grow your workforce with tech-savvy students and graduates and to connect with other pacesetters in the dynamic Tech Park community.
The Tech Park will contribute to the discovery and incubation of new, innovative technologies. It will support companies that create, develop foster and expand innovation in business and industry in a comprehensive setting with support services, amenities and connections to the broader community.
Doing business in Nevada means no personal or corporate income tax and an incredibly business-friendly tax environment. Nevada also offers state incentives for renewable energy and green building development, as well as relocation incentives for businesses expanding to or opening in the state. In addition, the foreign trade zone in Las Vegas can benefit international companies.
The prestigious UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park is located in Southwest Las Vegas— the fastest growing area of the valley. A mere 10 to 15 minutes from Summerlin, Henderson, UNLV, the Strip and McCarran International Airport via the adjacent 215 Beltway, the Park offers not only cutting-edge resources but also a location that is convenient for all.
With quick, easy access to a major highway, the Park is minutes from everything great Las Vegas has to offer.
- Less than ¼ mile from the 215 Beltway through Sunset, Durango and Buffalo exits
- Approximately 5 miles from the I-15 (intersecting with the 215/Beltway)
The nation’s fifth busiest airport, McCarran International Airport, is located within 15 minutes of the Park, so business travel is a breeze for employees and customers. There also will be a future direct corridor via Sunset Road to McCarran Airport.
The Park is accessible by the RTC bus lines.
Whether looking for a quick bite or a sophisticated business lunch, the Park is situated less than 5 miles from numerous dining options.
Running a quick errand? Need to buy that last minute gift? The Park is only a few miles from major indoor and outdoor retail centers.
Three hospitals are located within three miles from the Park site including Southern Hills Medical Center, Dignity Health – St. Rose Dominican, San Martin Campus and Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center. In addition to the major medical centers, there are also a wealth of primary care, specialty health services and urgent care clinics in the immediate area.
Within five miles of the Park, there are more than 20 daycare facilities, including some with early education programs, rated at least four or more stars.
In addition to a short drive from world class Las Vegas Strip hotel accommodations, there are several smaller hotel choices, including Hampton Inn & Suites and Holiday Inn Express & Suites within five miles of the park. In addition, there are three larger hotel/casinos, Suncoast, Rampart/ J.W. Marriot, and Silverton less than 10 miles from the Park.
RESIDENTIAL MASTER PLANNED COMMUNITIES
Located in the heart of Las Vegas, the Park is ideally situated less than 5 to 20 minutes from some of the valley’s largest and most popular master planned communities. The communities provide housing for every range of buyer, offering from entry level to executive/custom housing.
The importance of school quality to families when considering a move is paramount. The Park is within close proximity of Clark County School District’s highest ranking public schools and most prestigious private schools. The Park also is located within 15 minutes of Las Vegas’ largest university, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV).
Though nationally and internationally known for its exciting nightlife on the world-famous Strip, Las Vegas is also immediately surrounded
by several awe-striking natural amenities that are certain to keep residents connected to the great outdoors.
- Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area (West) Activities include: hiking, rock climbing, cycling
- Lake Mead/Boulder Dam (Southeast) Activities include: hiking, cycling, boating
- Mt. Charleston (Northwest) Activities include: hiking, rock climbing, cycling, skiing
One of the most positive aspects of the UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park (Park) is its ideal commercial location in Las Vegas, allowing for easy ingress and egress to and from the Park. The infrastructure enablers for this extremely important Park attribute are the outstanding highway/roadway systems located directly on the Park’s perimeter, as well as the Park’s internal road backbone.
The 215 Beltway circumnavigates the Park’s perimeter connecting it to the major residential communities of Summerlin and Green Valley, as well as McCarran International Airport. Two major Clark County/Las Vegas roadway arterials, Durango and Sunset, are directly on the Park’s perimeter. Less than one mile from the Park, these two arterials connect directly to the 215 Beltway at the Durango and Sunset exits.
A substantial Special Improvement District (SID) project has been approved by Clark County to enhance materially Durango, Sunset, and Russell adjacent to the Park to become six lane arterials. On October 6, 2008 Ed Andrews, the Project Leader for the SID, was given approval to initiate the construction process. Durango is likely to be the ﬁrst arterial constructed followed by Sunset and Russell.
- The Durango SID will connect with the already existing and improved six-lane section of Durango from Hacienda to the 215 Beltway onramp. The Park intersects with Durango at Patrick, Post, Teco, and Sunset. As a major Clark County/Las Vegas roadway, Durango is six lanes running North to South.
- The six lane Sunset SID intersects with the 215 Beltway to the west and Buffalo to the east where Sunset is already six lanes. The Park intersects with Sunset at Durango, Solutions Parkway, and Cimarron. As growth density increases, the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) plans to connect Sunset, in its six-lane format, to Las Vegas Blvd. and ultimately McCarran Airport.
- The Russell SID intersects with Durango just north of the Park. It, too, will be six lanes, connecting to the Fort Apache amenity zone and the 215 Beltway.
Effectively, the Park is fed by 18 lanes of directly proximate highways and roadways consisting of the six lane 215 Beltway, the six lane North/ South Durango major arterial roadway, and the six-lane East/West Sunset major arterial roadway.
Another RTC planned project is the Rapid Transit Bus emanating from Las Vegas Blvd. and McCarran Airport. This high-speed transportation system will run along the 215 Beltway, and its planned terminal station ending is at the 215 Beltway and Sunset exit.