Las Vegas’ biggest commercial real estate brokerage firm is slated to move to new offices in the southwest valley.
Colliers International will move its local headquarters to a planned four-story, roughly 100,000-square-foot office building called Narrative, according to an announcement last week from project developers G2 Capital Development and LaPour Cos.
Colliers is expected to have 80 people working there, G2 said.
The developers previously said they plan to break ground Sept. 1 on the building, next to credit-card issuer Credit One Bank’s headquarters just south of the 215 Beltway between Durango and Buffalo drives.
Narrative is expected to be completed in summer 2020.
Colliers’ local headquarters is currently at the Hughes Center office park just east of the Strip.
Mike Mixer, executive managing director of Colliers’ Las Vegas office, said Tuesday the firm is the largest commercial brokerage in town as measured by licensed agents and by deal volume.
He said the firm plans to move all of its people to Narrative, with room for up to 100 professionals.