Starbucks Lake Mead Crossings | March 2024 Update

The Starbucks shell building at Lake Mead Crossings in Henderson, Nevada continues to progress through City of Henderson approvals. This 2,160 square foot shell building will house a standard Starbucks with a drive-thru, located on an existing undeveloped pad at the Lake Mead Crossings shopping center. Breslin Builders is providing design-build services for GK Development, the owner of the center. We previously provided construction services for the Lake Mead Storage located in the same center.

Permits are anticipate for June 2024 with construction starting soon after. Renderings of the project are below.

Craig and 95 Retail Shell | Dapper Development | May 2018

Construction work has begun on the new 3,200+ square foot multi-tenant retail shell space at Dapper Development’s Craig and 95 project.  In preparation for the two restaurant tenants a grease interceptor has been installed, along with the balance of the shell underground plumbing.  Prior to the underground work, grading was completed and concrete forms were in place.  We anticipate the project having an approximate 90 day schedule.

Progress photos are below:

Craig and 95 Retail Shell Progress | April 2018

Breslin Builders has been awarded a new retail shell project for Ten15 Craig Tenaya LLC, part of the Dapper Companies in Las Vegas, Nevada.  The new project will be constructed on a pad ready site at 7130 West Craig Road (adjacent to the existing Kneaders).  The 3,240 square foot shell space will be set up as two future restaurant tenant spaces.  We anticipate a tight schedule of 90-120 days for completion.

Before photos are below:

Kemp Retail Completed

Breslin Builders has recently completed the Kemp Retail Center on Cactus in southwest part of Las Vegas, Nevada.  The inline retail center includes a free standing restaurant drive-thru pad shell building also.  Other items included as part of the project include full half-street improvements on Cactus, a pump house for the required fire pump (due to low water pressure in the developing area), and full site improvements.

Photos of the completed work are below: