WASHINGTON — Sen. Dean Heller has departed downtown Las Vegas and relocated his Southern Nevada office off the Las Vegas Beltway in the southwest corner of the valley.
The Nevada Republican now occupies Suite 230 at 8930 W. Sunset Road. Previously his office was in the Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse on Las Vegas Boulevard South.
The new location “provides constituents with greater access, given its proximity to the highway and ample parking,” Heller spokeswoman Chandler Smith said.
While not providing numbers, Smith said rent at the new office is less than what the General Services Administration allots for Senate state offices, and less than what Heller was paying at the federal building.
Smith also said the office conforms to U.S. Senate security requirements.
The new office is accessible via the Sunset Road or Durango Drive exits off the Beltway. It is in the Corporate Center property that is part of a developing community called the West Village. The building is advertised on its website as “a premier location for any business wanting to cater to customers throughout the valley.”
With the move, Heller has now relocated offices both in Las Vegas and in Washington. He recently shifted to the Hart Senate Building on Capitol Hill, after being bumped by a more senior senator from the more stately Russell Building.
The Las Vegas office of Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., remains in the federal building, which is at 300 Las Vegas Boulevard S.
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