Well-Located 17,554 sq.ft. Office

6100 Elton Ave Las Vegas, NV 89107

6100 Elton Ave, Las Vegas, NV, 89107
6100 Elton Ave, Las Vegas, NV, 89107
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Jan 15, 2021


  • 17,554 sq.ft.
  • P-R Zoning
  • 38 Covered Parking Spaces
  • Freeway Signage
  • Building can be easily divided into 3 or more separate suites
  • Impressive reception/lobby with Board Room and outdoor area with built-in grill
  • Large training room and production area upstairs.
  • Large file room upstairs
  • Existing mobile phone easement and suite do not convey. See floorplan.
  • Elevator is serviceable and maintained.
  • 43 private offices, total
  • Currently owner occupied
  • Owner needs 6 - 12 mos. lease-back
  • Has a Cellular Lease and Associated Easement


6100 Elton Ave is a well-located office with visibility from the 95 and is situated between Summerlin and Downtown Las Vegas. It has excellent building freeway signage and easy parking, including covered parking spaces. The building has high-end finishes and an outdoor courtyard.


The offered property is prominently located near 95 and Jones with signage that can be seen from the 95. The building is just 10 minutes from Downtown and 8 Minutes from Summerlin.

Year Built: 1994
Building Size: 17554sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0.98 acres

Map of 6100 Elton Ave, Las Vegas, NV, 89107

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