Tom Miller, CCIM
Industrial Real Estate in Reno/Sparks and Northern Nevada
the growth of inland distribution points, and where Reno falls into that discussion. To recap, Reno/Sparks is considered a strategic western locale for overnight distribution into the eleven western states thanks to a fairly unique logistical location. It sits on a primary east/west rail service with a main east/west interstate and a north/south highway, and it’s just a short distance from the West Coast seaport of Oakland. All together, these factors mean Reno/Sparks can accept and send freight quickly and economically on this side of the country. What’s more, Nevada is known for its friendly business climate – and no personal or business income tax.
It’s features like these that bring names like Tesla and Apple to northern Nevada. We recently published the 2015 first quarter market report (accessible on our Resources page), which outlines the continued local growth. All of the activity is keeping the area’s industrial real estate firms busy. The options for representation – both landlord and tenant – are varied. We discussed an offshoot of this at length in our post, “Do National Franchised Industrial Real Estate Agencies Provide Better Service in a Market like Northern Nevada?” Ultimately, the right firm for your needs boils down to the level of service you’re expecting. National franchises operate on a quantifiable scale, while a boutique firm like Miller Industrial tends to focus on individual client satisfaction – and not necessarily a home run for our agency.
If you’re eyeing the action in Reno/Sparks or northern Nevada, browse our blog and website. Both offer valuable information from the longest-running boutique industrial real estate firm in the area. We value our clients, and we would value you.