NAIOP Southern Nevada Receives Large Chapter of the Year Award in DC

NAIOP Southern Nevada Receives Large Chapter of the Year Award in DC

This past week our very own Steve Neiger - a member of NAIOP Southern Nevada’s Board of Directors and Government Affairs Committee Chair - attended NAIOP’s annual Chapter Leadership and Legislative Retreat in Washington, D.C. National Awards are announced during this retreat, and the NAIOP Southern Nevada chapter took home the prestigious Large Chapter of the Year Award!

Steve, along with other colleagues, met with key members from the offices of Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, Senator Jackie Rosen, Congresswoman Susie Lee, Congressman Steven Horseford, and Congressman Mark Amodei on the Hill to advocate for vitally important commercial real estate development issues - namely the Nevada Lands Bill. Clark County is practically out of large-acre parcels for large-scale developments.


Nevada Fun Facts:

  • The federal government owns over 90% of the land in Clark County. 
  • Land transfer from the Federal Government to the state of Nevada requires a Congressional Act.
  • In the last 25 years, Clark County has received 25,000 acres for development, whereas approximately one million acres have been designated for permanent conservation.
  • No county in the United States has done more for the conservation of water or endangered species than Clark County, Nevada. 

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