Although it may not be obvious from the outside, one of the healthies, most energy- and water-efficient buildings in Las Vegas is at the north end of Symphony Park overlooking the Spaghetti Bowl.
The building is the Molasky Corporate Center and was the first “green” office building in Las Vegas to be certified by the U.S. Green Building Council under its Leadership in Energy &Environmental Design, or LEED, certification process with a gold rating.
That pioneer developer Irwin Molasky built this innovative building should surprise no one. The Molasky Group of Cos. patriarch pioneered many firsts in Las Vegas, such as the first enclosed mall, the Boulevard Mall; first major hospital, Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center; first high-rise condominium, Regency Towers; the first master-planned community, Paradise Palms; and the first high-rise office building, the 17-story Bank of America Plaza. He also developed the state’s first hospice, Nathan Adelson Hospice.
At the Molasky Group of Cos., we pride ourselves on being able to peer beyond the horizon and prepare for the future.
We brought some of the first office and retail space to the western valley. Our Park Towers project sparked interest in luxury high-rise living in Las Vegas. The LEED-certified gold Molasky Corporate Center pioneered green construction in Southern Nevada and helped begin downtown’s remarkable renaissance.
For the past several years, much of our work has been out of the market developing nine-figure federal projects, including four of the largest FBI facilities ever built. Our reputation for quality, on-time, on-budget work allowed us to pursue opportunities across the country
Real estate developer Irwin Molasky is the recipient of the U.S. Green Building Council — Nevada Chapter’s lifetime achievement award. The award was presented at the USGBC Nevada Green Gala Leadership Awards in December 2104. Molasky’s storied career has gone from garage conversions in 1950s Las Vegas to developing nine-figure LEED-certified buildings nationwide today. He pioneered sustainable construction in Nevada with the Molasky Corporate Center, the first LEED Gold-certified office tower in Las Vegas and a catalyst for downtown redevelopment.
It gives us great pleasure to introduce Monica Campa as our new Assistant Property Manager at Molasky Corporate Center. In addition to serving Molasky Corporate Center, Monica will assist in the management of the national portfolio of office buildings owned and operated by The Molasky Group.
Monica is a seasoned real estate professional with more than 17 years experience managing office, commercial and residential properties. Her experience includes Colliers International, owning her own property management firm and managing operations for homeowner associations.
Monica Campa, Assistant Property Manager
c/o Molasky Corporate Center
100 N. City Parkway, Suite 140
Las Vegas, NV 89106
We are extremely proud of what our building management team has accomplished at Las Vegas’ first LEED Gold Class A office building, which is dedicated to sustainability while providing first class tenant service. This award is a true testament to their hard work and dedication as well as the support and leadership that we receive from our ownership team.
Tomorrow Vexed By Design/Las Vegas will showcase two artists from its collective at the Molasky Center Pop Up Kiosk starting from 11am-2pm.
Please come down and meet artist Jean Manley, who specializes in an art form she calls “Painting for the Soul.” Jean will be doing a live demonstration of her work. Melissa Harman will also be here to talk about artisan handcrafted soap and other bath and body products she creates.
We want to thank everyone who participated in the Holiday Door Decorating Contest. All of your entries were very creative, which made it difficult to choose a winner!
The WINNER is….
The following recycled items were used to decorate their door:
– Water Bottles (light pole)
– Cereal Boxes (light pole top)
– Sandwich bags (glass)
– Cardboard (light pole mount)
– Water Bottle bottoms (snowflakes)
– Christmas Cards (wreath)
– Bottle Caps (wreath ornaments)
– Paper plate (wreath base)
– Posters (snow)
– Shredded Paper (snow)
– Table cloth (background)
– Battery operated candle
See Bank of Nevada’s photos below.
The City of Las Vegas Cultural Affairs and Public Works has commissioned the Ogden Underpass Public Art Project, a public art installation at the railroad underpass at Main Street and Ogden in downtown Las Vegas.
To celebrate the launch of this project competition there is an event on December 6th from 6 to 9pm at Downtown Spaces located at 1800 Industrial Road, Suite 130 in Las Vegas.
As a tenant of Molasky Corporate Center, you are invited to this meet and greet with the 10-artists and designers who will be participating as well an exhibit viewing of their individual work.
Brian Paco Alvarez will be providing a brief 15-minute talk at 6:30pm about the history of Vintage Vegas Neon Signs. We will toast and celebrate the evening toward a successful project launch!
Look at what’s popping up at the Molasky Corporate Center on Mondays from 11am – 2pm! Good Karma Pretzels!
Don’t forget to stop by tomorrow for some fresh cut flowers or seasonal arrangements by Gaia. Wednesdays from 11am-2pm.