Las Vegas – At the December 5, 2017 Henderson City Council meeting, Tom Amick, Partner with the law firm of Kaempfer Crowell, along with John Marchiano and Richard Serfas, was successful in obtaining land use approvals for Alan Sauvage and the Sauvage Companies for the new 120 acre Henderson West mixed-use project along St. Rose Parkway between Bermuda Road & Gilespie Street in the City of Henderson. This dynamic new project features a vertically integrated mixed-use concept designed by world renowned architects Johnson Fain out of Los Angeles, California. The new project is at the gateway to the City of Henderson and is located just west of the newly proposed site for the Las Vegas Raiders training facility. The project will feature an urban center based on a block concept where residential, commercial, and office components are vertically integrated. The current project proposes 2,920 residential units, 480,000 square feet of commercial/retail, 190,000 square feet of office, and a 250 room non-gaming hotel. One of the hallmarks of the project is its walkability and integration of open spaces and recreational opportunities.
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