Paul Dudzinski is vice president-project executive at McCarthy Building Cos.
Timothy Erickson and Anders Graciano are senior associates at Sun Commercial Real Estate. Debbie German is an associate.
Soozi Jones Walker is the Commercial Alliance Las Vegas Member of the Year.
Henderson Ward II Councilman Dan Shaw was awarded the Nevada Chapter of the American Planning Association’s DeBoer Award for Distinguished Leadership as a Citizen Planner. The Citizen Planner Award is given to a person who has advanced or promoted the cause of planning in the public arena.
The Commercial Alliance Las Vegas officers and directors for 2018 include president Christopher McGarey, who specializes in property management and leads the McGarey Group at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Nevada Properties. CALV’s immediate past president will be Jennifer Ott. The president-elect is Cathy Jones, owner of Sun Commercial Real Estate. The treasurer is Paul Bell, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Nevada Properties. Directors are Hayim Mizrachi, a principal of MDL Group and a former president of CALV; Natalie Wainwright of Cushman & Wakefield Commerce; Melissa Campanella of Logic Commercial Real Estate; and Tom Lisiewski of Your Real Estate Co.
Omar Lopez of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Nevada Properties represented Srinivasa in a $6.9 million commercial property sale to Veterans Village Las Vegas. The property, at 100 S. 14th St., is a 28,000-square-foot building with 44 units and 88 beds. It will be developed into an assisted-living facility for Southern Nevada veterans.
Leigh Ann Monk is assistant project manager at Grand Canyon Development Partners.
Helene Adams is the marketing manager at SR Construction; Steve Clauson is senior estimator and Kris Jordan is an estimating coordinator.
Penta Building Group promoted Jeff Mills to project executive, John Colman to senior preconstruction manager, Zac Rostomiliy to senior project engineer and Lori Mathisen to project manager. Penta hired Ed Dancel as senior project engineer.
Bloom, Las Vegas’ first co-working space for women, is open at 520 S. Seventh St., Las Vegas. The company was founded by Ginger Melien and Chelli Wolford.
Resorts World hired W.A. Richardson to be its construction manager. The resort is being built by the Genting Group, a Malaysian conglomerate.
More than 600 volunteers revitalized 12 homes in honor of Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada’s 23rd annual National Rebuilding Day. Work included exterior painting, xeriscaping, property cleanup, small exterior repairs and debris removal. Repairs were made by volunteer teams from Aqua Plumbing, Leadership Henderson 2017; Dignity Health St. Rose Dominican Hospital; NV Energy; Capital One; Chase Bank; Wells Fargo; National Title Co.; UNLV; Veterans Association of Real Estate Professionals; U.S. Air Force; Las Vegas Firefighters; Gensler; Southwest Gas; the Raymond Group; and Sherwin-Williams.
Faith Lutheran Middle and High School opened a $3 million, 13,181-square-foot classroom addition that includes 10 classrooms — two specially designed for specialized academies. The Wealth Consulting Group Business and Entrepreneurship Academy and the Film & Broadcast Academy.
FirstService Residential is the community manager for Sierra Madre at Mountain’s Edge Homeowners Association. Sierra Madre is a 137-unit single-family community in the master-planned development.
The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace unveiled a new marquee. Conceived and designed by Simon Property Group and built by Yesco, the double-faced sign stands 85 feet tall and is covered with Yaham LED panels.
The Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican-West Flamingo Campus, is open at 9880 W. Flamingo Road.
Remington Nevada, a commercial land development company, has embarked on a joint venture with Terrible Herbst Inc., one of the largest Chevron franchisees in the United States, to build Terrible Herbst gas stations and convenience stores throughout Southern Nevada.
The Cosmopolitan is refreshing guest rooms in its Boulevard and Chelsea towers. The project will be fully complete in 2018, with 2,895 of the resort’s 3,027 rooms remodeled with influence from designers including Virserius Studio.
JLL Income Property Trust acquired Montecito Marketplace, a 190,000-square-foot, high-volume, grocery-anchored neighborhood shopping center near the I-95/I-215 interchange. The purchase price was approximately $63 million.
Cushman & Wakefield Commerce’s operations in Salt Lake City, Las Vegas and Seattle, as well as its sister company, Cushman & Wakefield NorthMarq, based in Minnesota, have been acquired by partner firm Cushman & Wakefield.
The Golden Gate completed an expansion featuring interior design from Dez Motif and architecture by Moser Architecture Studio. The expansion nearly doubled the casino in size; added a dramatic entry way on Fremont Street Experience; and extended its outdoor bar, OneBar at One Fremont Street.
The Siegel Group Nevada purchased the former Budget Lodge Extended Stay Hotel in San Antonio for $3.30 million.
Las Vegas Ballpark, to be located in Downtown Summerlin, is being designed by HOK.
Renovations and upgrades to eight Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth Independent Living Program residences and two NPHY Emergency Shelters were made through the generosity of associates and business partners of Keller Williams Realty Las Vegas. More than 200 agents assisted in the service project. Participating partners included European Bath Kitchen Tile and Stone, Bridge Home Inspections, New Gen Painting, Mr. Tile, Cabinet Medics, Castle and Cooke Mortgage, Richmond American Homes, Cross Country Mortgage, Raysco, Best Mattress, Movement Mortgage, Atlas Marble & Granite, National Home Warranty, MC Plumbing, Accent Cabinetry & Flooring, Home Service Inc, Chicago Title, Access Services Group, Women’s Council of Realtors, ACH Heating & Cooling, and Asian Real Estate Association of America.
The Global Business Committee of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors was honored by the National Association of Realtors with a Platinum Global Achievement Program Award and a Gold Global Achievement Program Award.
Southern Hills Hospital and Medical Center, part of the Sunrise Health System, broke ground on the Behavioral Health Center at Southern Hills Hospital, an 80-bed psychiatric facility. 43,000-square-foot structure will feature patient tracking and safety systems, and is being built at a cost of about $26 million.
CarMax opened its third store in Las Vegas at 4900 N. Rancho Drive.