G.C. Garcia Inc. is excited to be a part of the Vegas Trade Village project located in North Las Vegas. G.C. Garcia Inc. did the Development Agreement to enable this innovative project. It continues the exciting list of projects coming to North Las Vegas. This project helps enhance the business links between North Las Vegas and […]
G.C. Garcia Inc. is celebrating our 22nd year in business this month. Established by longtime Nevadan George Garcia in 1995, G.C. Garcia, Inc. is a Nevada-based land planning and development services firm. Based in Henderson Nevada, our firm assists both private and public clients throughout Southern Nevada.
Established by longtime Nevadan George Garcia in 1995, G.C. […]
Boulder City has begun the master planning process, with the help of G.C. Garcia, Inc., for a special area plan along the I-11 Corridor. In the early 2000’s, emergence of a Canada to Mexico transportation corridor and lack of an interstate between Phoenix and Las Vegas opened an opportunity for the cities and the region. […]
The Boulder City Chamber of Commerce has written an article about efforts, including efforts by GC Garcia, Inc., to bring people into Boulder City with the new I-11 that bypasses the City. GC Garcia, Inc. is preparing a Master Plan for Boulder City for the land around the new I-11 interchange. The goal is of the […]
We are excited to be part of this new mixed use development project located in the Water Street District in downtown Henderson. This redevelopment project is the largest private project on Water Street in the past 20 years. It boast both commercial and residential developments. Located on the corner of Water Street and Victory, the […]
GC Garcia is set to create the master plan for the new Boulder City interchange at I-11 and US-95. GC Garcia, Inc., a Planning and Development Service Firm, is pleased to have been selected by Boulder City to create this Master Plan.
The designation of I-11, coupled with State and local funding, is enabling the initial phase […]
By Doug Rankin
The advent of such companies as Airbnb and Uber in furthering the idea of a “Sharing Economy” has caused local governments in the Las Vegas valley to have a knee jerk reaction in an attempt to regulate them. Local governments are rightly concerned these activities should have some regulation in order to […]
By NATALIE BRUZDA
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
Walking into a Goodwill store in Southern Nevada today is unlike the experience of 20 years ago.
Shoppers are greeted with lively music, nicely dressed mannequins, organized clothing racks and courteous staff.
“We try to really have the stores look like a mainstream store, like a Ross or a Marshalls, to give that […]
Not all jurisdictions are equal. While they have a lot in common each is unique with its on idiosyncrasies in land use, zoning, and permitting. Especially when it comes to implementing state regulations on items that are considered “privileged licenses” such as marijuana, liquor and gaming. What one jurisdiction may allow, another may not as […]