Gatski Commercial Gives Back at Las Vegas Rescue Mission

    Gatski Commercial employees volunteered their time at the Las Vegas Rescue Mission on January 7, 2014. Gatski employees helped set up for the evening meal serving at the Mission, providing food and beverages to 580 people in need. “It was truly a rewarding experience for me personally. Not only to help feed those in need, but giving back to our community by volunteering our time,” said Frank Gatski, CPM, CCIM. The Las Vegas Rescue Mission was founded in 1970 by a group of six businessmen wanting to help the homeless and hungry. Today the Mission is located near downtown Las Vegas, and comprise...

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    Gatski Commercial Takes on Harsch Investment Properties’ North Las Vegas Industrial Portfolio

    Gatski Commercial Real Estate Services is now leasing over 2.5 million square-feet of industrial space for Harsch Investment Properties’ North Las Vegas industrial portfolio, which includes, Cheyenne Commerce Center, Losee Industrial Park, Craig Commerce Center, Trident Industrial Park and Speedway Commerce Center I & II. These properties total 2,544,049-square-feet with 347 units. Gatski Commercial’s Jason Simon and Rob Lujan, senior investment sales and leasing associates, are the seasoned team leasing the property. “We are very excited about the new relationship and the opportunity to work...

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    Featured Sale Transaction

    Gatski Commercial’s Ali Roesener and Laramie Bracken represented the seller Mesquite Partners, LTD in the disposition of 61,969- square-feet of the industrial building at 716 W. Mesquite Ave. to Maximus Prime Properties, LLC. The total sale amount was $2,000,000. “It was a very interesting property and I am glad we found an owner-user that is well suited to the site. The new owner will continue to use the property in its highest capacity, maximizing the value and utility for all stakeholders,” said Roesener. The sale closed on January 6, 2014. Owned by Frank Gatski, CPM, CCIM, the Las Vegas-ba...

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