Gaming manufacturer Bally Technologies is already adding to its new headquarters in southwest Las Vegas.
The company bought nearly 14 acres of land near the corner of Sunset and El Camino roads, just north of the 215 Beltway, for $5 million.
Greg Tassi, a first vice president of commercial brokerage CBRE Las Vegas and the broker who represented Bally, said the company plans to build office and industrial buildings on the property. The land is next to the new, 135,000-square-foot headquarters of former gaming equipment rival SHFL entertainment, which Bally bought in late 2013.
“The acquisition of these strategic parcels provides Bally Technologies an important foundation as it continues to develop long-term growth plans,” Tassi said.
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