In $4M project, law firm builds new downtown Las Vegas offices
A personal-injury law firm is building a new headquarters in downtown Las Vegas, part of a growing tally of construction projects in the area.
Rogers, Mastrangelo, Carvalho & Mitchell, based in the Bank of America Plaza, a downtown office tower, has bought an existing law firm property nearby and is embarking on a renovation and tear-down project.
The firm expects the project to finish in March, partner Dan Carvalho said.
The project is relatively small but is yet another law- or government-related real estate project downtown.
Others include the two-story, Roman classical-style courthouse that is being built for Nevada’s Supreme Court and Court of Appeals at Clark Avenue and Fourth Street; the 11-story Federal Justice Tower, a privately owned government office building that opened this year at Clark and Las Vegas Boulevard; and the Robert T. Eglet Advocacy Center, a four-story law office building that opened in 2014 on Seventh Street near Clark.
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