Stable Development to Break Ground on Nevada Office Building

The future 51,850-square-foot two-story building is already more than 50 percent pre-leased.
Seven Hills Plaza Building IV's proposed site in Henderson, Nev.
Seven Hills Plaza Building IV’s proposed site in Henderson, Nev.

Henderson, Nev.—Stable Development recently announced the construction of a 51,850-square-foot building in Henderson, Nev. The project will house a combination of retail, medical and professional office space. The developer plans to break ground in the second quarter of 2017. The two-story structure will be known as the Seven Hill Plaza Building IV.

Located at Seven Hills Drive and St. Rose Parkway, on 2.5 acres, the development will afford access to the eastbound lanes of St. Rose Parkway, the largest and most traveled east/west highway in Henderson. Seven Hill Plaza Building IV will be within walking distance of the St. Rose Hospital, Sienna Campus, the upcoming Costco location, as well as many neighboring restaurants and shopping areas. The new project will feature a two-story concrete covered parking structure.

More than half of the new building has been pre-leased.

A rendering of Seven Hills Plaza Building IV in Henderson, Nev.
A rendering of Seven Hills Plaza Building IV in Henderson, Nev.

“We are delighted to not only announce the Henderson project, but the fact that it is already over 50 percent pre-leased reflects the quality of the project. Stable Development is expanding its unique business model to new markets, including California, Texas, Kansas and New York,” said Lance Bradford, founder of Stable Development, in a prepared statement.

Seven Hill Plaza Building IV is scheduled for completion by the end of 2017.

Images courtesy of Stable Development