Brass Cap Development, a local industrial development firm, announces the completion of SanTico, a new industrial project built in the growing southwest part of the Las Vegas valley at the intersection of South Rainbow Boulevard and West Sunset Road.SanTico, a 2.5-acre-property situated near retail and restaurants with immediate access to the 215 Beltway, features +/- 40,000 square feet of industrial mid-bay space divisible to two +/- 20,000-square-foot buildings.
“This project provides the opportunity for investors and end-users to acquire smaller industrial buildings in an under-served and high-demand sub-market,” said Mike Chernine, partner at Brass Cap Development. “The location lends itself to more of a retail address with main arterial visibility and easy access to Rainbow, Sunset and the 215 Beltway.”
L M Construction Company was contracted to handle design, planning, and construction for the project, located at 6425 Santa Margarita Street. Realcomm Advisors Brokers, Michael DeLew, SIOR, and Greg Pancirov, SIOR, have been brought on to handle leasing and sale of SanTico.
“SanTico is the smallest of the Brass Cap projects in our pipeline. We currently have multiple projects in various stages of development located in the Southwest, Sloan and West Henderson,” continued Chernine.
About Brass Cap Development
Brass Cap Development, founded in 2015, specializes in industrial investment, development, consulting, and management services in Southern Nevada as well as other Western states. Brass Cap Development has now developed nearly half a million square feet of industrial space across multiple states with another half million in the development pipeline for 2020. Tim Castello, Mike Chernine, Jason Kuckler and Larry Monkarsh, the principals of the company, are all veterans of real estate development. Brass Cap’s bailiwick consists of site selection, entitlements, site plans and design, schedules, budgets, and full development services. Brass Cap Development is focused on speculative development, build to suits and fee development projects.