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The city of Las Vegas is located in the region of southern Nevada in the Clark County district. It has been often times referred to as the Entertainment Capital of the World and is famous for its large centralized casinos, resorts, and much more. It is roughly the 28th most populated city in the nation, and is the most populated city in the state of Nevada. The city was founded in 1905 and has become a premiere area in the state of Nevada. The estimated population of the city is around 578,383, and the greater metropolitan area is at around 2 million residents.  Big Hotels like Harrahs, Mirage, Wynn, Venetian, Hard Rock and more offer great career options and new job openings all the time.
The economic structure of Las Vegas hinges greatly on gaming and tourism. There a great deal of employment options to explore beyond just gaming and tourism industries, but the area is interesting for job seekers of all types. Some of the larger companies in and around the area include, G-Collections, MGM Grand, The Howard Hughes Corporation, Westwood Studios, Sunbelt Communications Company, Shift4, Harrahs Gaming, R&R Partners, and so much more.
Office Space Rates:
Real estate options exist in and around the greater Las Vegas area. With a great deal of retail and commerce concentrations around the city, it's interesting to note that there are a great deal of Las Vegas office spaces to explore. Some of the smaller offices in the city start at around $400 a month with many amenities and beyond.  Renting or leasing an executive suite or commercial property in Las Vegas Nevada is a good idea with the current vacancy rate so high.  There are some incredible deals available in the city with larger spaces renting on average for closer to $700 or $1500. Spaces in these business centers can accomodate 1, 2, 5, even 10 team members and the flexible lease terms make the option very desirable for any company.  Another factor to consider is do you want a furnished office space unit, or would you prefer an executive suite that you can furnish and design yourself?  One rule when considering leasing commercial office space, is that if you plan on signing a short term lease - like monthly - then go with a furnished option.  Otherwise if you plan on renting an office suite (in a large office center or office park) for 12 months or longer, then buy your own furniture and maybe even hire an office interior designer to help you with the layout and flow.  In addition to having 100's of executive office suites for rent, you can also search for Las VEgas warehouse rentals, retail centers, and larger office spaces that are unfurnished and require a lease of 2-5 years.  These types of spaces will range from 1000 sq ft to well over 50,000 sq ft for those larger corporate type needs. 

Many of these Class A business center locations offer amenities like cityscape views, free high speed internet, parking, admin support, reception, 24 hour access, and many other improvements. Locations include Rainbow Blvd, Sahara, Eastern Ave and more. Renting or leasing a commercial office space in Las Vegas is a good idea today with the extremely low lease prices and monthly rates.  If you need help finding a serviced office or temporary office listing to rent, then we can help so search our listings today.  Lawyers, real estate and insurance agents, sales, mortgage, finance, tech, software, start up, marketing and accounting companies are also easy for us to place.  From 100 sq ft to 10,000 sq ft, we can help.
Some of the surrounding cities(near to Las Vegas) in the greater metropolitan area include, Henderson, Reno, Sunrise Manor, Spring Valley, and Boulder City.  Some of the zip codes in Vegas that we service are 89101,  89102, 89103, 89104, 89105, 89106, 89107, 89109, 89117, 89118, 89129, 89145, 89147, 89149, 89002, 89009, 89052, 89053.  The major roads that offer office spaces are Rainbow Blvd, Charleston, Sahara, Flamingo, Tropicana, Las Vegas Blvd, and of course McCarran Airport.
Economy/Jobs:
The economic picture of Las Vegas relies heavily on gaming, tourism, and a variety of others. The city has grown in recent years with a great concentration of development in both the residential and commercial sectors. Marketing, publishing, gaming, information technology and many other industries are favorable in the community.  All of these local companies rent Las Vegas commercial office spaces, which will hopefully help the commercial market recover slowly. The city also is home to some of the largest Fortune 500 companies including Harrah's Entertainment and MGM Mirage. City Center opened in late 2009 and brought 22,000 jobs with it, which all but helped save Vegas.  Economic redevelopment has helped shape the area since many real estate developments started to yield much attention in and around the city center. In the greater metropolitan area there is a great deal of jobs and employment options that are not centered around gaming. Although the largest employers in the area are located on “The Strip” in Las Vegas, many options abound in the retail sector, like many other large cities and locations in the state. 
For those looking for higher education, there are a great deal of options to explore. Some of the colleges in and around Las Vegas include, University of Nevada, College of Southern Nevada, Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts,  and many other schools to help students get a good education.