Las Vegas, NV Commercial Real Estate for Lease

Las Vegas, NV Economic Overview

Just about a century ago, Las Vegas was an oasis that only served as a watering stop for travelers moving to and from Los Angeles. No one could have imagined what it would grow to be today—the crown jewel of Nevada and a world-renowned metropolis. Located in a valley at the heart of the sprawling Mojave Desert, Las Vegas is a massive theme park and a gambler’s haven. Its famous casinos decorate the city limits on the Las Vegas Strip and fuel its dazzling nightlife. Along with stunning replicas of world landmarks and a vibrant hospitality industry, these Las Vegas features continue to attract millions of visitors from all over the world and inject billions of dollars into the local economy. To say that the Las Vegas commercial real estate market is diverse would be an understatement.

The City of Las Vegas enjoys

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Our lease doesn’t end for 9 months. Is it reasonable for prospective tenants to tour our home?

Q: We recently renewed our lease for another year. The property manager wants to tour my house with potential new tenants. Our lease does not end for nine months. This seems off, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. What is our recourse? — Jordan

a man and woman posing for a picture: Realator showing an apartment

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Realator showing an apartment

A: This does seem odd, but there may be a valid reason to start now. In tropical areas popular with “snowbirds,” it is necessary to find next year’s tenant well in advance since most potential tenants leave for cooler weather in the spring.


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As with most landlord and tenant questions, the first step is to review your lease carefully. Many leases will contain a clause dealing with showing the property to prospective tenants.

Most leases I have seen limit showings to the last two months of the term, but yours may be different. You will be bound by what

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QVC puts call center in Chesapeake up for sale or lease; employees to keep working from home

QVC, the television-based home-shopping retailer, has put its 52,911-square-foot Chesapeake call center on the market. Its employees have been and will continue to work from home permanently.

The COVID-19 pandemic pushed Qurate Retail Group, which owns QVC, to rapidly shift to a work-from-home model, something that was in the works before the global health crisis that led to business closures and social distancing rules. The company’s entire U.S. Customer Service & Experience division, with few exceptions, will keep working from home indefinitely.

Qurate has about 18,000 workers across the United States. The company wouldn’t say how many people had worked at the Chesapeake location, saying only that a small number of on-site operations staff were affected by the shift. The company told workers about the permanent shift to work-from-home in July.

The office at 1553 River Birch Run North had once housed a large number of people. As of early

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