Stable Development

  • 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.

    Las Vegas 10 March 2017 18:47
  • Stable Development Adds Summerlin MOB to its Stable

    Stable Development recently announced the acquisition of a Class A office building in Las Vegas Valley. The company purchased the Longford Medical building, and it has already completed a large amount of leases for the property, with roughly half of the available space occupied. The new owner is set to line up a number of improvements to the exterior and interior. Change will also come to the property’s name, as Stable Development is renaming the property as The Parkway, in relation to its location, facing the Summerlin Parkway.

    Las Vegas 23 October 2014 20:02

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