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41.28 Acres, Carson City, Nevada

Arrowhead Industrial Property: 41.28 ACRES

Certified Industrial Land

Arrowhead Drive, Carson City, Nevada

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• 41.28 +/- acres; parcels may be created/sold as small as 10 +/- acres

• GI zoning

• Deeded, through-the-gate airport access potential

• All utilities to site; municipal water & sewer

• Carson City has available water for manufacturers with water requirements

• Site is a Nevada Certified Site – extensive due diligence is complete and available (including the completed Phase One environmental report)

• Land is offered at $3.95 / SF

  

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133.39 Acre Site, Dayton - Lyon County, Nevada

Planned Traditions Project: Dayton Nevada

133.39 Acres in Dayton, Nevada

Industrial, Residential & Commercial Zones Land

Enterprise Way & U.S. Highway 50, Dayton, Nevada – Lyon County

Planned Traditions Project Certified Site Packet

1.3 Site Name, Location Information

The Site is located in the planned development of the Traditions Project.

The Site is located on the north side of US Route 50 in the City of Dayton, Lyon County, Nevada. The Site is east of Enterprise Way.

1.4 Site Acreage

The Site is a parcel of land containing 133.39 acres.

1.5 Zoning

The Site is currently zoned M – 1 and C – 2, which is defined as a General Industrial District and General

Commercial District, respectively. Based on the Lyon County Title 15, Land Use and Development Code, Proposed Ordinance Draft from January 21, 2016, the zoning will be changed to HI – R and CC/RC, which is defined as Heavy Industrial – Rural and Community Commercial and Regional Commercial, respectively.


 

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Nevada Certified Sites

Nevada Certified Site Process

Each site certified as part of the NNDA Program must participate in a site visit by members of the Certified Sites Review Team, meet or exceed all the program criteria, provide complete and accurate documentation of each program element, and receive final certification approval by the Certified Sites Program Committee. Once a site/park is approved by the Committee, all site certification documents will be available online to provide immediate access for prospective companies and clients.