Las Vegas-based Las Vegas Car and Truck, a preowned car dealership, expanded its footprint in the valley in September by moving into a facility three times the size of its previous home. The new 10,000-square-foot facility at 1616 S. Decatur Blvd. is an upgrade from its 3,000-square-foot center at 3401 S. Decatur Blvd.
With the move, the company created 15 new jobs and expanded its service offerings, adding a service department, Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles services and a consumer buying center, according to a press release.
Law firm grows its footprint
in Las Vegas
De Castroverde Law Group, a firm that has specialized in criminal, personal injury and family and immigration law for more than a decade in Las Vegas from its office near Maryland Parkway and Charleston Boulevard, now has a Summerlin location, the company reported earlier this month.
“The expansion to the west side of town is a great opportunity for our firm,” said managing partner Alex De Castroverde.
The firm’s new 5,000-square-foot office is at 410 S. Rampart Blvd., inside the Tivoli Village shopping center.
The new space was designed by architects John Welsh and Robert Messiana of Jawa Studio. The space’s interior was designed by Alice Roussos of Interior Motives.
The firm has 50 employees on its payroll, 10 of them attorneys.
Huntridge Center the spot for sign-lighting ceremony
Dapper Cos., headed by real estate broker and developer J Dapper, signed three new tenants as part of its redevelopment of the historic Huntridge neighborhood of Downtown Las Vegas.
Cory Harwell, owner of downtown’s Carson Kitchen and Standard &Pour in Henderson, will open a new restaurant in the Huntridge area at the site of the former Mahoney’s Drum Shop. Wingstop, a national chain restaurant, is also set to open at the Huntridge Center. Dapper recently announced another new tenant with the signing of Henricksen Butler, a furniture company moving from its location at the Holsum Lofts.
Dapper invested more than $6 million to buy these three key commercial real estate properties near the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Maryland Parkway. A community event on Sept. 15 included lighting of the Huntridge Center sign.
Atlanta-based tech consulting firm opens office in Las Vegas
Atlanta-based Waveguide Consulting Inc., an independent technology consulting firm that specializes in the audio-visual and IT sector, opened an office in Las Vegas, the company reported in early September.
Waveguide’s new office at 11035 Lavender Hill Drive adds to its locations in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Raleigh, North Carolina, and Tampa, Florida.
The company’s local operations offer consulting services in audio-visual, acoustics, structured cabling, control systems programming and technology management services.