Recent leases and sales of commercial real estate in the region
Nancy Conley MD Family Practice
The practice leased 3,605 square feet at 10415 Double R Blvd. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International represented Nancy Conley MD Family Medicine.
Complete Family Care
The company leased leased 1,800 square feet at 800 South Meadows Parkway from JC Arrows LLC. JC Arrows was represented by Scott Shanks, Dominic Brunetti, and Matt Grimes of NAI Alliance.
The company signed a five-year lease on 900 square feet at 2484 Wingfield Hills Road, James Lowey of Morrissey Realty represented Edward Jones, and Chris Waizmann and the retail team of CB Richard Ellis represented the landlord, Donahue Schriber.
Reno Center For Child and Adolescent Health Inc.
The center leased 3,485 square feet at 6548 S. McCarran Blvd. Scott Shanks, Dominic Brunetti and Matt Grimes of NAI Alliance represented the center.
The company subleased 5,667 square feet at 6900 South McCarran Blvd. from Wells Fargo Insurance Services of Nevada. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International represented the insurance company as well as PowerDex.
iMortgage and iModification Loan Services
The companies negotiated a 2,461-foot expansion at 6160 Plumas St., a property owned by Gonzo Properties. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International represented all the parties.
The company subleased 10,629 square feet at 10539 Professional Circle. Doctors XL was represented by James Lowey of Morrissey Realty. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International represented the sub-lessor.
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
The foundation leased 2,867 square feet at 100 W. Liberty. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International represented the landlord, Chawin Properties.
PrimeLending, A Plains Capital Company, leased 2,291 square feet at 4840 Vista Blvd. PrimeLending was represented by Brad Elgin of Stark & Associates Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide.
The company leased space in a building itowns at 4741 Caughlin Parkway to Tahoe Financial Planning LLC and Sparks Counseling and Education Center. Dewey Struble and Lyle Chamberlain of Sperry Van Ness represented the tenants and the landlord.
Middlesex purchased 1,200 square feet at 140 E. Pueblo from Robert P. Conte. Both the buyer and the seller were represented by Tom de Jong of Colliers International.
Vesta Street Properties
The company sold a 1,240-square-foot commercial property at 140 E. Pueblo St. for $100,000. Tom de Jong of Colliers International represented, Vesta Street Properties.
Century 21 Advantage Gold
The company leased 1,200 square feet at 6625-6675 S. Virginia St. Century 21 Advantage Gold represented itself. Roxanne Stevenson, Rick Casazza, and Adam Wexelblatt of Colliers International represented the landlord, REA Reno LLC.
Access to Healthcare Network
The nonprofit subleased 2,789 square feet at 4001 S. Virginia St. from the Reno Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority. Tim Ruffin and Melissa Molyneaux of Colliers International represented the RSCVA.
North Safety Products
The company, a division of Honeywell, leased 27,500 square feet at 857 E. Patriot Blvd. Mike McCabe and Aaron Somer of Colliers International represented North Safety Products. The landlord, MEPT, was represented by CB Richard Ellis.
The company extended its lease of 4,666 square feet at 4710 Longley Lane. Tom de Jong of Colliers International represented OSI in its negotiations with the property owner, ProLogis.
The company signed a five-year lease on 10,500 square feet at 1195 Glendale Ave. Preferred Pump was represented by Brad Elgin of Stark & Associates Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide. The landlord was represented by Paul L. Crooks of Crooks Lingad Realty and Mark Glenn of Industrial Properties of Nevada.
Advanced Refining Concepts
The company purchased 10 acres in the Peru Heights area of Tahoe Reno Industrial Center from Tahoe Reno Industrial Center LLC. Advanced Refining Concepts was represented by Tom de Jong of Colliers International.
The company signed a 36-month lease on 1,800 square feet at 4940 Carson Lane. Carole Brill of Miller Industrial Properties represented Century Landscapes. Chris Fairchild of Grubb & Ellis represented the landlord, the William and Patricia Sprow Trust.
The company leased 2,000 square feet at 1190 Skinner. The owner, JCK Trust, and Dreagor Construction were represented by Ryan Johnson and Dick Johnson of the Johnson Group.
Discount Pet Food and Supplies
The company leased 7,500 square feet at 1395 Greg St. Discount Pet Food was represented by Brad Lancaster of Miller Industrial Properties.
Silver Screen Printing
The company leased 24,250 square feet at 1135 S. Rock Blvd. in the Brookside Corporate Center. Silver Screen Printing was represented by Chris Fairchild of Grubb & Ellis|NCG. The CB Richard Ellis industrial team represented the landlord.
The company renewed its lease of 38,400 square feet at 1095 Spice Island Drive. Mike McCabe and Aaron Somer of Colliers International represented Valco. The landlord, Mt. Cameron Valley, LLC, was represented by Trainor and Associates.
The company leased 1,600 square feet in the Shoppers Square expansion at Plumb Lane and South Virginia St. Roxanne Stevenson and Rick Casazza of Colliers International represented the landlord, Shoppers Square Investment Holdings LLC.
The studio signed a three-year lease on 3,708 square feet at 9728 S. Virginia St. The landlord, TGR1 LLC, was represented by Tom de Jong of Colliers International.
Scraps Dog Co.
The company renewed its lease of 3,130 square feet at 6120 Mae Anne. Brad Lancaster of Miller Industrial Properties represented Scraps Dog Co.
The nonprofit leased four shopping center locations for donor sites. The leases included 1,200 square feet at Lakeside Crossing Center, 940 W. Moana; 1,344 square feet at Gleeson Shopping Center, 1125 N. McCarran; 2,025 square feet at Clear Creek Crossing, 3790 Highway 395 in Carson City and 1,649 square feet at Las Brisas Pavilions, 5030 Las Brisas Blvd. Brad Elgin of Stark & Associates Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide represented Goodwill Industries.
Sleep Fit Corp.
The company, which does business as MattressLand, signed a five-year lease on 10,880 square feet at 9744 S. Virginia St. The landlord, Brittany LLC, was represented by Tom de Jong of Colliers International.
The restaurant leased 4,848 square feet at 189 Damonte Ranch Parkway. Roxanne Stevenson and Adam Wexelblatt of Collier’s International represented Heidi’s. The landlord, Witt Properties, represented itself.
All String Repair Shop
The company signed a five-year lease on space at 4794 N. Virginia St. Both the repair shop and the landlord, Bonanza Casino LLC, were represented by Ryan Johnson and Dick Johnson of the Johnson Group.
Pierino’s Ristorante Italiano
The restaurant renewed its lease of 4,400 square feet at the Keystone Square Shopping Center, Keystone Avenue and 4th Street. Chris Waizmann and the retail team of CB Richard Ellis represented the landlord.
Access Strength Centers
The company leased 1,200 square feet at Longley West Plaza Shopping Center, Longley Lane and South Virginia Street. Mark Keyzers of NAI Alliance represented the landlord, Longley Center Annex. LLC.
The company leased 2,466 square feet at Summit Sierra Mall. Shawn Smith, who worked at the time with Colliers International. represented Dickeys Pub. The landlord, Reno Retail Companies LLC, was represented by Bayer Properties.
The company leased 900 square feet at Coliseum Meadows Shopping Center at South Kietzke Lane and South Virginia Street. Mark Keyzers of the retail division of NAI Alliance represented the landlord, Reno Coliseum Meadows LLC.
The company leased 1,600 square feet at 6628 S. Virginia St. in The Common. Colliers International represented the landlord, REA Affiliates.
Jack in the Box
Land and a building leased by a Jack in the Box restaurant in Susanville was sold in a $1.7 million transaction. Lyle Chamberlain of Sperry Van Ness in Reno represented the buyer.
The unanimous approvals Wednesday came despite state leaders promising to tighten up requirements for Nevada’s tax abatements and incentives for future companies.