Cheyenne Technology Center

  • BKM Capital Partners Buys 2 Industrial Properties for $27.5M

    Industrial space in the greater Las Vegas is clearly on the rise, with a number of investors lining up development projects and acquisitions in the sector. BKM Capital Partners is the latest investor to announce a move in the market, having acquired two multi-tenant assets for a total of $27.5 million. The two properties are the company’s fourth and fifth ventures, following purchases in the Phoenix and Portland markets. Cheyenne Technology Center and Wind River Industrial Complex are the second and third properties acquired by BKM in the Las Vegas market.

    Las Vegas 04 December 2014 16:10

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