Cheyenne Technology Corridor
The Cheyenne Technology Corridor (CTC) epitomizes partnerships. The corridor was designated as an integrated, accessible and diversified technology district, located along Cheyenne Avenue, from Decatur Boulevard to Pecos Road and between Gowan Road and Evans Street. The CTC is the result of the shared vision of five developers and the City of North Las Vegas with buy-in from the College of Southern Nevada (CSN), the North Las Vegas Airport, and other technology-service companies.
Today, companies such as Spacecraft Components, California Plasticard, Inc., Emory Riddle University, Federal Express, MedicWest Ambulance, Spacecraft Components, Schwan’s Home Delivery, U. S. Foods, Wirtz Beverage Group and Cox Communications are located within the CTC.
At build-out, the City expects about 2 million square-feet of mixed use space would be available and could house as many as 10,000 jobs. The CTC encompasses 2,964 acres of land with over 5,237,573 square-feet in industrial and commercial buildings.
Veteran's Hospital - VA
In September 2004, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced plans for more than $600 million full-service medical center in North Las Vegas on 151 acres near the intersection of Pecos Road and the Northern Beltway. Today, the 900,000 + square-foot building accommodates 90 inpatient beds and a 120 bed extended and skilled care, community living center.
The hospital is the first of its kind in the Las Vegas Valley and will alleviate the stress on other area VA clinics. While it is expected to offer convenience and unprecedented access to medical care for area veterans, primary care clinics across the valley will remain open to accommodate the medical needs of veterans in other neighborhoods.
University of Nevada Las Vegas
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) has begun a study process examining possible uses for a 2,009 acre parcel of federal land located north of 215 Beltway between Pecos Road and Lamb Boulevard. Educational, community and cultural uses could be developed to complement residential and business developments planned for the area, which is expected to become a major economic center for North Las Vegas.
Development of More Than 16,000 Acres
The release of more than 16,000 acres by the Bureau of Land Management in recent years has provided ample opportunity for the City of North Las Vegas to grow dramatically. As the federal lands have become available, the City Council has overseen the growth and development of master-planned communities that are incorporating a mix of affordable and luxury housing along with retail stores, parks and recreational centers.