RCG Economics prepared the 2020 Southern Nevada Industrial Land Analysis.

NAIOP Southern Nevada recently released the findings from the Southern Nevada Industrial Land analysis. The study by local firm RCG Economics evaluates whether short-term and long-term developable land constraints could negatively impact the region’s economic strength and resilience.

“For many years, NAIOP Southern Nevada has been advocating for the importance of a balanced approach to managing federal lands in Southern Nevada,” said Julie Cleaver, NAIOP Southern Nevada chapter president. “Expansion of the disposal boundary of the Southern Nevada Public Lands Management Act, coupled with a regional plan, will allow for efficient development and keep the region competitive.”

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NAIOP Southern Nevada, the commercial real estate development association, announced the results of a study that illustrates the impact of land constraints on economic development in Southern Nevada. The study, undertaken by Alan Schlottmann of the Theodore Roosevelt Institute, shows that under the restraints imposed by the Bureau of Land Management’s recent Draft Resource Management Plan, economic growth in the Las Vegas valley will be restricted and hinder the future growth of our economy. Read more