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Tivoli Village
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410 S Rampart, Suite 390, Las Vegas, Nevada} 100 sq ft
Located in the new up and coming Tivoli Village, this center will be surrounded by 700,000 square feet of retail, restaurant, entertainment and Class A office space. Restaurants include Brio Tuscan Grille, German Eatery Ratskeller, Cantina Laredo and actor Joe Pesci’s pizzeria Pesci’s. Hotels nearby include Suncoast Hotel and Casino, JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa Golf, La Quinta Inn & Suites Las Vegas and Holiday Inn Express.
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Entire Office
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Amenities
  • Reception
  • Business Center
  • Pantry/Lounge
  • Boardroom
  • Conference Rooms
  • Restrooms
  • Full-Service Mailroom

We partner with small business owners and entrepreneurs to find flexible and affordable office locations suitable for growing companies. We'd love to help you find your next office location!

  • Testimonials

    “We've worked with Jack and his colleagues at CRESA on two transactions involving about 6,000 and 10,000 sqft of midtown office space respectively, as well as a sublease of our old space. We've also recommended Jack to our clients when on occasion they ask about our preferred vendors. Jack has done an excellent job of representing our interests and has given excellent advice.” May 5, 2006
    Ross Garon, Tykhe Capital
    “Since 2004, Jack has represented all of the chamber's real estate interests, including our major relocation to lower Manhattan, several subleases and even some small expansions. In fact, Jack acts as an outside advisor to us on all things pertaining to real estate - we just pick up the phone and call Jack. We are so comfortable working with him that we now refer many of our member firms to Jack.” January 27, 2012
    Christine Ward, German-American Chamber of Commerce
    “Jack represented my company in a deal in which we leased 8500 sf in The AT&T Bldg. He listened to our list of seemingly at odds demands and found us the ideal location. He sees the concerns of the C-level exec and the challenges of the middle managers who must execute their wishes. By the end of the process, both reflect on how the job would have been grueling, if not impossible without him.” January 10, 2006
    Julia Murphy, Light Reading

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