SVN Gold Dust Commercial Associates is pleased to present the inventory report for June 2019. New listings include:
Retail Space Available in Fernley
A build-to-suit is available for lease in Fernley, Nevada. Between 2,000 – 7,200 square feet is available, and the space can be used for retail, restaurant or office uses. It’s located at Chisholm Trail & Financial Way, in Fernley’s main retail area and is within two miles of I-80 and USA 95A.
The space also features a neighboring retailer that attracts 400 customers daily, an adjacent multi-family development and ample parking.
Professional Office Building in Carson City
A ±5,672 to ±12,672 square foot professional office building is available for lease for $1.35 sf/month. Located on the corner of Goni Road and College Parkway in Carson City, the property offers easy access to US 395 as well as surrounding amenities and restaurants.
Additionally, SVN Gold Dust Commercial Associates featured listings for June 2019 include:
A 50,696 square foot Neighborhood Shopping Center and Professional Office complex. 98% occupancy, with ample parking for both retail and office users. Ground level entry for both uses.
Long term tenants with the original Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill, Pizza Plus and other service providers. The tenants benefit from heavy day-time population due to the location in NW Reno. The retail tenants of the center are NNN leases where the office tenants are on a full-service basis excluding janitorial in their individual spaces.
The Twaddle Mansion
A 2,757 +/- sf office building situated on a prime corner of W 5th Street, and Ralston in Downtown Reno. This historical build is located in an opportunity zone, near the Fountain District and is within walking distance of Downtown Reno retail, restaurants and amenities.
The Mansion was constructed for Eben Twaddle who was a Reno Fire Marshall and a rancher in Washoe Valley. The building is perhaps the finest example of the Colonial Revival style in Reno. The ornamentation is outstanding in its variety and application.
The lower floor, in particular, expresses a flamboyance rarely seen in a vernacular building outside of a large city. The porch, arched facade window and pedimented porch are unmatched in Reno in dramatic elegance. The Twaddle Mansion has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places Since 1983.