Why Choose Las Vegas


Find prime industrial spaces for lease in Las Vegas, offering the perfect environment for businesses seeking efficient warehouse, manufacturing, or distribution facilities in a thriving and strategic location. 

5.7% Vacancy

$1.02 Asking Rent,

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Latest Industrial Space Listings in Las Vegas

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201 E Mayflower Avenue

201 E Mayflower Avenue
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
United States

Available Space: 22,313 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

Why implement your industrial space in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas boasts a wide range of industrial spaces available for lease, catering to businesses in need of warehouse, manufacturing, or distribution facilities. The city's strategic location, at the crossroads of major transportation routes and with proximity to the California market, makes it an ideal hub for logistics and supply chain operations.  

From modern, state-of-the-art warehouses to spacious manufacturing facilities, Las Vegas offers diverse options to meet the unique requirements of businesses. Moreover, the city's favorable business climate, supportive infrastructure, and access to a skilled workforce contribute to its appeal as a destination for industrial operations. With competitive leasing rates and a growing economy, Las Vegas presents lucrative opportunities for businesses looking to establish or expand their industrial footprint in a dynamic and business-friendly environment. 

How much does it cost to rent an industrial space in Las Vegas?

The cost of renting an industrial space in Las Vegas can vary depending on several factors, including the size of the space, location, amenities, and specific requirements. On average, industrial space rental prices in Las Vegas can range from $0.50 to $1.50 per square foot per month. 

To read: our Las Vegas MarketBeat Industrial report analyzes quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

Are industrial space rents likely to increase in Las Vegas? 

Las Vegas has seen significant growth in its industrial sector in recent years, driven by the city's strategic location, transportation infrastructure, and expanding logistics and e-commerce industries. If the demand for industrial space continues to outpace supply, it is possible that rental prices may increase. Additionally, factors such as economic growth, population growth, and the overall business climate in the region can also impact rental rates.  

Popular neighborhoods in Las Vegas

Here are some popular neighborhoods in Las Vegas where businesses often lease industrial space: 

  • Southwest Las Vegas: This area offers a variety of industrial parks and commercial complexes, making it a popular choice for businesses seeking industrial space. It provides convenient access to major transportation routes and is home to a diverse range of industries. 
  • North Las Vegas: Located just north of downtown Las Vegas, this area features industrial parks with a mix of warehouse and distribution facilities. It offers easy access to major highways and is known for its industrial and manufacturing sectors. 
  • Henderson: Situated southeast of Las Vegas, Henderson provides a range of industrial space options. It has established industrial parks and business districts that cater to various industries, including manufacturing, logistics, and technology. 
  • Airport Area: In close proximity to McCarran International Airport, this area offers industrial space suitable for businesses with transportation and logistics needs. It provides convenient access to major highways and is ideal for companies involved in import/export or freight forwarding. 
  • East Las Vegas: This neighborhood is known for its industrial and commercial areas, offering a mix of warehouse and manufacturing spaces. It is located near major highways and provides easy connectivity to other parts of the city. 
  • Northwest Las Vegas: This area has seen significant industrial development in recent years, offering a range of modern industrial spaces. It is popular among businesses seeking easy access to both Las Vegas and neighboring areas. 


Getting to and from Las Vegas

Las Vegas, being a popular tourist and business destination, offers various transportation options to get to and from the city: 

  • McCarran International Airport: Las Vegas is served by McCarran International Airport (LAS), which offers a wide range of domestic and international flights. It is located just a few miles south of the Las Vegas Strip, making it easily accessible for travelers. 
  • Driving: Las Vegas is well-connected to major highways, including Interstate 15, which runs north-south through the city. Many visitors choose to drive to Las Vegas, either using their own vehicles or renting one. 
  • Bus: Several bus companies provide services to Las Vegas, including Greyhound and Megabus, offering affordable and convenient transportation options from various cities across the United States. 
  • Train: Amtrak does not have a station in Las Vegas itself, but there is an Amtrak bus connection from Las Vegas to their nearest train station in Kingman, Arizona. From there, travelers can continue by train to other destinations. 
  • Shuttle Services: Many hotels and resorts in Las Vegas offer shuttle services to and from the airport for their guests. Additionally, there are private shuttle companies that provide transportation between the airport and various locations on or near the Las Vegas Strip.  

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