Gardner Company Provides UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park Construction Progress Report

Gardner Company Provides UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park Construction Progress Report

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LAS VEGAS – Gardner Company is pleased to provide a construction progress report for the UNLV | Harry Reid Research & Technology Park, located at 8400 West Sunset Boulevard. Building One is less than 30 days away from the core and shell being complete, and the first tenants are projected to occupy their space by September 1, 2019.

“We are thrilled with the progress thus far, and expect the momentum to continue through the final months of the project,” says Dan Stewart, Vice President of Gardner Company.

Businesses in the technology and research space are expected to occupy the building, and will be customized for tenants. Following the completion of Building One, plans will be put in place for subsequent buildings. For more information, visit


About Gardner Company
Gardner Company is a full-service real estate company specializing in the development of office, retail, industrial and medical buildings. Gardner Company was founded by CEO Kem C. Gardner, a prominent fixture in the Utah business community for more than 40 years. Gardner Company has one of the largest real estate portfolios in the region. The philosophy of Gardner Company is to build great relationships, which it achieves by partnering with people and companies with the highest of standards to benefit clients, the community, and the environment. Gardner Company was recently chosen as the master developer for the UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park. For more information on Gardner Company, visit

About UNLV Research Foundation
UNLV Research Foundation is an affiliated foundation of the UNLV Foundation and a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. The mission of the foundation is to support UNLV research and to support economic development in Southern Nevada by developing and maintaining UNLV research and technology parks as perpetual assets to enhance intellectual, scientific, and financial growth for the university. To fulfill this mission, the foundation is facilitating, at an accelerated pace, the real estate development of the UNLV | Harry Reid Research & Technology Park. The foundation is operated by a core management team with oversight by a board of directors. The board of directors includes UNLV’s president, executive vice president and provost, vice president for research and economic development, and respected members of the Las Vegas business community who are members of the board of trustees of the foundation.

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