$100M Sin City Development Breaks Ground

The seven-phase project will be under construction for approximately seven years, with its first phase comprising a 4,800-square-foot bank and a convenience store.
Vegas Trade Village
Vegas Trade Village

Huanghai Development and Las Vegas city officials have announced the groundbreaking of Vegas Trade Village–a $100 million live-work development for foreign manufacturers–according to the Las Vegas Review Journal.

The project kicked of its first phase, which will add a 4,800-square-foot bank and a convenience store, equipped with a car wash and a fast-food establishment, at the northeast nexus of Cheyenne Avenue and Commerce Street. The development will provide overseas manufacturers with a one-stop hub where they can eat, live and sell their wares to companies across the Las Vegas Valley.

The first phase of the development will be located at the northeast confluence of Cheyenne Avenue and Commerce Street
The first phase of the development will be located at the northeast confluence of Cheyenne Avenue and Commerce Street.

Developers have positioned the seven-phase undertaking, initially known as the Huanghai Project, as an international trade center occupying a 35-acre land parcel. The property will include a 20,000-square-foot convention center, a 264-unit apartment building, four restaurants and a 12-key hotel.

Project Manager Dwaine Anderson plans to finish construction in roughly seven years. Vegas Trade Village’s concept is based on Huanghai’s 75-acre Imperial Valley Trade Center in California.

The project is developed in conjunction with land planning and development service firm G.C. Garcia Inc. and architecture firm Yihong Liu and Associates.

Renderings courtesy of G.C. Garcia Inc.