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Commercial real estate listings

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Office

818 S. Virginia St.: 926 to 3,435 square was listed for lease with Kent Whelan, Rod Cogburn and Ron Sheehan of Coldwell Banker Commercial Clay & Associates.

1095 E. 2nd St.: 384 to 3,000 square feet was listed for lease with Kent Whelan, Rod Cogburn and Ron Sheehan of Coldwell Banker Commercial Clay & Associates.

1351 Corporate Blvd.: 7,592 square feet was listed for sale with John Pinjuv and Reed Simmons of Avison Young.

Retail

1095 E. 2nd St.: 4,500 square feet of retail automotive space was listed for lease with Kent Whelan, Rod Cogburn and Markus Zwyssig of Coldwell Banker Commercial Clay & Associates.

201 N. Virginia St.: 6,814 square feet was listed for lease with Kent Whelan and Rod Cogburn of Coldwell Banker Commercial Clay & Associates.

820 S. Virginia St.: 2,500 square feet was listed for lease with Kent Whelan, Rod Cogburn and Ron Sheehan of Coldwell Banker Commercial Clay & Associates.

5 North C St., Virginia City: 8,712 square feet of retail and restaurant space was listed for sale with Kent Whelan and Rod Cogburn of Coldwell Banker Commercial Clay & Associates.

201 N. Virginia St.: A 20,442-square-foot retail building was listed for sale with Kent Whelan and Rod Cogburn of Coldwell Banker Commercial Clay & Associates.

Land

E. Winnemucca Blvd, Winnemucca (no address available): 43 acres zoned for commercial and residential development has been listed for sale with Mike Maloney and Ken Mattison of Coldwell Banker Commercial Clay & Associates.

215 Lyon

Drive, Fernley: Approximately 2.4 to four acres for commercial development has been listed for lease or build-to-suit with Kent Whelan and Rod Cogburn of Coldwell Banker Commercial Clay & Associates.

2355 Market St.: A 30,880-square-foot, graded lot, with parking and utilities on site, has been listed for sale with Kent Whelan, Rod Cogburn and Markus Zwyssig of Coldwell Banker Commercial Clay & Associates.


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