Juliet Cos. completes retail complex in downtown Henderson

October 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);10/27/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 43, p10
The article reports on the completion of a retail shopping complex to be known as Lake Mead Crossing in downtown Henderson, Nevada. The $130 million development by Juliet Cos. is a 725,000-square-foot multi-phase project consisting of 50 buildings and will eventually house up to 100 stores including Marshalls, Pollo Loco, Dunkin' Donuts, a Bank of America branch, and the Henderson District Library, among others. Juliet's vice president of development John Stewart says that the complex will employ 1,400 people and generate up to $16 million in taxes.


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