Nevada Office Rental & Leasing
Offices.net offers fully furnished executive suites, professionally equipped office space and cost effective corporate real estate in Nevada. The office space for rent includes a wide range of essential services, making setting up a business in Nevada faster and easier than ever.
- Siena Office Park Center I
- Siena Office Park Center II
- 11500 S Eastern Ave
- Park Plaza
- 170 South Green Valley Parkway
- 1489 W Warm Springs Rd
- 528 S Casino Center Blvd
- 5940 S Rainbow Blvd
- Tivoli Village
- Canyons Center @ Summerlin
- Cheyenne Fairways Business Center
- City Center West
- The Grammercy
- 2300 West Sahara Avenue
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Nevada for Business: Why Companies Rent Offices in Nevada
Nevada is the seventh largest state and the thirty-second most populous in the United States (2018 data). Remote and largely desert, almost three-quarters of the state's population live in Clark County. The county includes the city's largest and most famous city, Las Vegas. Recognising the importance silver has played in its history and economy, Nevada is known as the 'Silver State'. Nevada remains one of the world's largest producers of gold. Although mining continues to be a significant economic player in the state, tourism is now the largest employer.
The tourism industry is primarily concentrated on gaming, hospitality and entertainment, which is focused largely in Las Vegas. Cattle ranching is also a major economic activity, especially in rural parts of Nevada. Other key industries include aerospace and defence, agriculture, information technology, energy, health care, logistics and operations, and manufacturing. Nevada offers companies a business-friendly and low-regulation business environment, as well as affordable, large-scale commercial real estate with easy access to logistics and transportation links. A right-to-work state, Nevada also has no income tax and competitive utility rates.