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VIP is located only 12 miles from the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, which is now home to the valley’s newest industrial sub-market “Speedway”. This sub-market once only consisted of the motor speedway and a midsize-incubator development “Harsch” Speedway Commerce Center (2.8 MSF). Since 2016 and the construction of the Northgate industrial park which was immediately absorbed by big names such as Amazon, Fanatics, and The Honest Company to name a few, 14.5 MSF have been completed. In a market as dense as Clark County, which is only 20 miles N-S and 30 miles E-W, the eventual inclusion of Vegas Industrial Park into the industrial market is steadfast.

VIP is also located 25 minutes from McCarran International Airport, the 7th busiest airport in the country. Also, less than 300 miles from the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, a one-day drive to 10 major US cities and Mexico and in reach of 60 million potential customers.
VIP is located in a foreign trade zone, which allows firms to bring foreign goods or raw materials for manufacturing and/or assembling into the United States without formal customs entry or payment of customs duties.

The Garnet Interchange has just been completed and the widening of the US-93
from a two-lane highway to a four-lane divided highway was recently completed
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25 minute drive


Roughly 3.5 miles southeast of the site, easements available


US93/Garnet Interchange

/I-15- 3 miles

The Las Vegas logistics market is a favorable location, as it is able to provide overnight service to both Southern California and Arizona. 


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The City of Las Vegas legislature passed a resolution in 2009 to promote the metro as a “major West Coast logistics center” through infrastructure improvements and by levering existing rail lines and air freight facilities. 

This is part of an effort to diversify the local economy. Government officials in North Las Vegas have been extremely successful in attracting new companies with seamless permitting and financial incentives.
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