The Korte Company recently completed a $31 million tenant improvement project at Molasky Corporate Center, which is owned by The Molasky Group of Companies. Anchor tenants include Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) and Las Vegas Valley Water District’s (LVVWD) who have moved their headquarters into the building. The project encompasses 180,000 square feet on seven floors of the building.
The Molasky Corporate Center is located at 100 City Parkway, adjacent to the IRS Regional Headquarters and across from the city’s “61 acres.” It offers 265,000 square feet of prime office space and 20,000 square feet of convenience retail space in a 17-story Class-A office tower.
The Molasky Corporate Center was built following construction practices and principles under United States Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™. Upon completion, the building is expected to be certified Gold, which will make the Molasky Corporate center one of the largest privately owned and developed Green office buildings in the southwestern United States.
As a Green building, the Molasky Corporate Center will provide a healthier work environment and offer more efficiency in terms of precious resources, such as water and energy.
“The completion of this LEED certified project establishes our position as a company who is aggressively pursuing the ‘Green’ building movement and our commitment to the community”, stated Greg Korte, president of The Korte Company’s Las Vegas Division.