Commercial Real Estate
Mary’s Gone Crackers
The company leased a 423,001-square-foot building at the North Valleys Commerce Center. Scott Shanks and Dominic Brunetti of Dickson Commercial Group represented the tenant. J. Michael Hoeck, Steve Kucera, Dave Simonsen and Michael Nevis of Kidder Matthews represented the landlord/developer, Panattoni Development.
The company purchased a 19,498 square foot industrial building at 4835 Longley Lane from PDF LLC. Brad Lancaster of Kidder Mathews represented the buyer and the seller represented themselves.
The company leased a 7,920 square foot industrial building at 450 Coney Island Drive. Brad Lancaster of Kidder Mathews represented the tenant and Chris Fairchild of Colliers represented the landlord.
The company leased a 28,080 square foot industrial building at 970 United Circle. Brad Lancaster of Kidder Mathews represented the tenant and Eric Bennett of CBRE represented the landlord.
Soap Guy Cleaners & Laundry, Inc.
The company leased an 8,108 square foot industrial building at 728 Spice Island Drive. Brad Lancaster of Kidder Mathews represented the tenant and Eric Bennett of CBRE represented the landlord.
The company leases a 12,629 square foot building at 6110 Plumas St.
The company leased an 8,400 square foot building at 6121 Lakeside.
Koch Business Solutions
The company leased an 8,203 square foot building at 887 Trademark.
The company leased a 6,846 square foot building at 50 W. Liberty.
Skin Cancer & Dermatology Institute
The company leased a 5,108 square foot building at 3640 Warren Way.
— Source: Colliers International
A 184-unit complex on 4050 Baker Ln. was sold.
A 4-unit complex at 450 St. Lawrence Ave. was sold.
A 7-unit complex at 3650 Wedekind Rd. was sold.
A 4-unit complex on 3345 Scottsdale Rd. was sold.
A 5-unit complex on 397 Grand Canyon Blvd. was sold.
A 4-unit complex at 1514 C St. was sold.
A 3-unit complex at 2770 Wrondel Way was sold.
— source Dickson Commercial Group
Confidence Health Resources
The company purchased 10.74 acres on North Virginia Street. Fred Jayet of RE/MAX Premier Properties represented the buyer.
Industrial brokers: With preleasing at all-time highs, finding adequate space will be a major challenge in 2021 across Northern Nevada
With industrial real estate vacancy dipping under 5% in Greater Reno-Sparks at the end of 2020, leasing space in the new year will be similar to buying a home in Northern Nevada — expect multiple offers from tenants competing for the same space, industrial brokers say.