Commercial real estate transactions
10581 Double R Blvd.
An undisclosed company leased 3,506 square feet from Wells Fargo. Todd Collins of Dickson Commercial represented Wells Fargo. Dominic Brunetti of NAI Alliance represented the tenant.
Greater Nevada Mortgage Service
Greater Nevada leased 660 square feet at 150 E. Main St. in Fernley. Chase Whittemore, Scott Shanks and Dominic Brunetti at NAI Alliance represented the tenant.
Olsen & Associates Public Relations, Inc. dba
Goodstanding Outreach, Inc.
The public relations firm leased 1,555 square feet at 427 Ridge St. Ken Stark and Earl Peterson of Stark & Associates Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide represented the tenant. Chase Whittemore, Scott Shanks and Dominic Brunetti at NAI Alliance represented the landlord.
The utility leased 54,736 square feet of industrial and warehouse space at 4902 Ampere Drive. Ken Stark of Stark & Associates Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide represented the tenant. Mike Hoeck of NAI Alliance represented the landlord, Ampere Reno, LLC.
2025 Kansas St., Carson City
An 119,510 square foot warehouse was sold to an undisclosed buyer. Frank Gallagher and Peter Ghishan of Commercial Partners of Nevada presented the seller, Santa Barbara Bank and Trust. NAI Alliance and Sperry Van Ness represented the buyer.
Applied Power Solutions
APS leased 6.183 square feet at the NevDex complex, 5310 Kietzke Lane. Kevin Annis of Tanamera Commercial Brokerage represented the tenant.
Josef’s Vienna Bakery
The bakery renewed its lease of 5,663 square feet and negotiated an additional 1,441 square feet of expansion space at 925-935 W. Moana Lane at the Moana West Annex. Fred Jayet of Stark & Associates Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide represented the tenant. Tad Loran of Grubb & Ellis|NCG represented the landlord, MWA LLC.
Six months into pandemic, hospital workers recover from ‘hopelessness’ of the COVID’s summer surge, set sights on fall
A handful of Nevada hospital workers shared recently with The Nevada Independent what life was like this summer as hospitals battled a wave of COVID-19 “coupled with a crush of patients who had delayed seeking medical care this spring and could wait no longer.”