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Rubik Environmental

The company purchased a 3,000-square-foot office building at 320 Flint Street. Chris Fairchild and Greg Shutt of Avison Young represented the buyer.

Jones Law Firm

The firm leased 1,773 square feet at 9585 Prototype Court. Kevin Annis and Mike Van Blaricom of ArchCrest Commercial Partners represented the landlord, 9585 Prototype Court, LLC.

Dream Flower, Inc.

The company leased 1,700 square feet at 2105 Oddie Blvd. Kevin Annis and Mike Van Blaricom of ArchCrest Commercial Partners represented the landlord, Primestor/Utah Sparks, LLC.

Allied Building Products Corp.

The company renewed its lease of approximately 42,000 square feet at 2300 Vassar St. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International Reno represented the landlord, Vassar Street, LLC.

Sierra Behavioral

The company leased approximately 2,084 square feet at 639 Isbell St. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International Reno represented both the tenant and landlord, Isbell Partners, LLC.

RCJ Holdings, LLC

The company purchased approximately 4,562 square feet at 441 W. Plumb Lane. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International Reno represented the buyer.

Gallio Insurance Group

The company leased 215 square feet at 10425 Double R Blvd. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International Reno represented the landlord, Sierra Vista Real Estate, LLC.

Atkins North America, Inc.

The company leased approximately 5,948 square feet at 10509 Professional Circle. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International Reno represented the landlord, Northern Nevada Corporate Center.

10615 Professional Circle

An undisclosed customer care center leased approximately 14,758 square feet. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International Reno represented the landlord, South Meadows Investments, LLC.

670 Alvaro St.

An undisclosed buyer purchased 3,700 square feet. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International Reno represented the seller, First Citizens Trust Co.

Industrial

Hagan Electronics

The company leased 27,080 square feet of manufacturing and distribution space at 972 United Circle. Greg Shutt and Chris Fairchild of Avison Young represented the landlord.

All Star Boat & RV

The company purchased 29,133 square feet on 2.8 acres at 2665 Dickerson Road. Greg Shutt and Chris Fairchild of Avison Young represented the buyer and seller.

MXI Corporation

The company leased 75,257 square feet of distribution space at 795 Trademark Drive. Greg Shutt and Chris Fairchild of Avison Young represented the tenant.

NAFCO

The company leased 27,000 square feet of manufacturing/flex space at 2900 Lockheed Way in Carson City. Greg Shutt and Chris Fairchild of Avison Young represented the landlord.

1-800 Flowers

The company renewed its lease of 140,000 square feet of distribution space at 625 Waltham Way in McCarran. Greg Shutt and Chris Fairchild of Avison Young represented the tenant. Prologis, the landlord, represented itself.

CCP Transonic

The company renewed its lease of 80,500 square feet of distribution space at 6995 Resource Drive. Greg Shutt and Chris Fairchild of Avison Young represented the tenant. The landlord, Prologis, represented itself.

978 Spice Islands Drive

Chateau Products renewed its lease for 24,500 square feet in Sparks for distribution. Greg Shutt and Chris Fairchild of Avison Young represented the tenant. The landlord, Prologis, represented itself.

Barone Import & Wholesale LLC

The Reno-based company leased 6,720 square feet at 1660 Helm Drive in Las Vegas. Fred Jayet of RE/MAX Premier Properties represented the tenant.

Numark

The company expanded its lease of 50,750 square feet at the Lear Industrial Center, 6645 Echo Drive. Dave Simonsen and Michael Hoeck of NAI Alliance Reno represented the landlord, Panattoni Development Co.

Numark

The company renewed and expanded its lease of 162,500 square feet at 12995 Echo Drive. Dave Simonsen and Michael Hoeck of NAI Alliance Reno represented the landlord, Panattoni Development Co.

Retail

Aloha Auto Detail

The company leased 3,010 square feet at 3040 Mill St. Garrett Hallenbeck of Hallmark Investments & Management represented the landlord, Yurfest Family Trust.

High Desert Electronics/Computer Sparks

The company leased 722 square feet at 3070 Mill St. Garrett Hallenbeck of Hallmark Investments & Management represented the landlord, Yurfest Family Trust.

Street Rider of Reno

The company renewed its lease of 3,200 square feet and added 920 square feet to its space at 2187 Market St. Garrett Hallenbeck of Hallmark Investments & Management represented the landlord, Pestana Properties.

The Pizza Factory

The restaurant leased 2,673 square feet at Eagle Landing Shopping Center in Spanish Springs. Rick Casazza, Roxanne Stevenson and Adam Wexelblatt of Colliers International Reno represented the landlord, FDC Eagle Landing Investment Company II, LLC.

Macy’s Furniture

The retailer renewed its lease of 50,000 square feet at the Del Monte Plaza. Chris Waizmann and Shawn Smith of CBRE Inc. represented the landlord.

Jackson Hewitt

The company leased 1,040 square feet at the Pioneer Meadows Market Place West. Chris Waizmann and Shawn Smith of CBRE, Inc. represented the landlord.

Reno Homework Center

The company leased 672 square feet at Westridge Corners Shopping Center. Chris Waizmann and Shawn Smith of CBRE, Inc. represented the tenant.

Concentra

Concentra leased 6,667 square feet at Parkside Center. Chris Waizmann and Shawn Smith of CBRE, Inc. represented the tenant.

Flex

Ricky W. and Debra L. Massie

The couple purchased a 34,000-square-foot building at 3663 Barron Blvd. Kevin Annis and Mike Van Blaricom of ArchCrest Commercial Partners represented the seller, WV Property Holdings, LLC. NAI Alliance represented the buyers.


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