LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — A new mixed-use development promising office, retail, dining and residential space is coming to the southwest valley next year.
The $400 million, 40-acre project called UnCommons is scheduled to break ground in the spring of 2020 and will showcase common spaces, an entertainment and movie venue, a beer garden, the best of the local food scene, fitness studios and more.
On top of the numerous amenities, the property will also feature more than 500,000 square feet of office space and more than 830 apartment units.
UnCommons is being developed by Matter Real Estate Group, the same folks that brought the valley Town Square just south of the Las Vegas Strip, with Gensler taking the lead on architecture and Burke Construction Group signed on to be the general contractor.
“UnCommons will bring Las Vegas residents a vibrant, new centerpiece to the community: a modern, urban-inspired mixed-use development designed to enhance the lives of the people who live and work there,” said Matter Real Estate Partner Jim Stuart.
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Phase I of the project, which will include $250 million of new construction, will include much of the new office space, retail and a variety of eateries.
“Much of what will make UnCommons stand out will be the food and beverage lineup. Additionally, the lifestyle offerings are being curated to showcase some of Las Vegas’ top talents, as well as boutique brands that will be new to the market. UnCommons mirrors transformative projects that have been launched in similar-sized cities such as Austin and Nashville,” Stuart added.
Prior to becoming Governor, Steve Sisolak as Clark County Commissioner designated the UnCommons project as a high impact project. This same designation has been given to other major projects such as Allegiant Stadium and MSG Sphere.
Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft also worked on the projects. He said, “UnCommons represents an important new entertainment destination for the residents of our community as well as the opportunity to bring a world-class work environment for our local employers.”
Burke Construction Group says that it will use a hybrid four-story concrete and steel structure for the development while employing virtual design and construction strategies to make multi-dimensional representations of physical and functional characteristics of buildings.
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These multi-use structures will be complemented by a pedestrian trail and public art.
UnCommons will be located at the southeast corner of S. Durango Drive and I-215.
More announcements are expected in 2020 including information about future retail, fitness, business and food and beverage tenants.
Phase I is expected to be finished in the fall of 2021.