Under the backdrop of the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains, Carson City is centrally located in the beautiful western part of the state bordered by Storey, Washoe and Douglas Counties. The population of more than 57,000 residents settled here for the affordable housing, abundant labor force, ideal climate, and breath-taking beauty. The labor pool is well-educated, diverse, and based locally. This allows Carson City Nevada commercial real estate to offer great opportunities for starting or relocating an established growing business.
As Nevada’s leading manufacturing city, Carson City is strategically located near major cities and ports, is only 30 miles from Reno, NV, and less than three hours from Sacramento, CA. It also has direct access to two major corridors, U.S. 395 and U.S. 50. Carson City Airport provides direct flights for vacation and business travelers and the Reno/Tahoe International Airport is just a short distance from Carson City. The health care system is impressive with the Carson-Tahoe Hospital, Allied Family Urgent Care, and the Sierra Family Health Center and Urgent Care.
Carson City has a broad range of educational opportunities with six elementary schools, two middle schools, two high schools, one special education school, and an adult education school. For more advanced education, Western Nevada College has strong academic programs, smaller classes, and knowledgeable professors. The University of Nevada, Reno campus is nearby and was ranked as one of America’s best collages by the U.S. News & World Report. There are also many other universities and community colleges in the area.
Carson City’s ideal climate makes for abundant recreational opportunities in Carson City and surrounding areas. In the city enjoy 30 parks, and the Carson River, which is popular for fishing, river rafting, mountain biking, off-roading, hunting, and horse-back riding. Lake Tahoe is close by and there are 15 ski areas less than an hour away, including Heavenly and Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe ski resorts. The Carson City area has nine unbelievable golf courses referred to as the Divine 9. Hiking and mountain biking opportunities include the well-known Spooner Summit, Brunswick Canyon, the Pine Nut region, as well as many beginner trails just minutes from downtown Carson City.
The Carson City arts community is spectacular with the Brewery Arts Center, the Capitol Complex, and six museums. The Kit Carson Trail and Talking Houses is a walking path through the city’s residential district that leads to 1800s-era Victorian-style homes, churches and museums. The Nevada State Railroad Museum offers train rides and displays a collection of restored historic Virginia and Truckee Railroad equipment. The active community offers tons of annual events, classic car shows, and offers great entertainment prospects with visiting artists such as Cirque du Soleil, plus comedy and magic shows at area casinos.
As Nevada’s state capital, Carson City Carson City enjoys a lot of “bests.” It is continually recognized as the number-one business-friendly state in the country. It was ranked in the top 50 communities in the West for the greatest opportunities for business, jobs, and lifestyle as well as a favored relocation spot for companies interested in low taxes, affordable housing and real estate costs, and an abundant labor force by the National Association of Industrial & Office Properties in their book Boomtown USA by John M. Shultz. In addition, the city’s Old West flair and many historical landmarks have earned it the honor of being named the best western historical site in Nevada in True West Magazine. Carson City commercial real estate truly offers unlimited opportunities for growth and success.
Carson County Commercial Properties for Sale
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