Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The Legendary Huntridge Center Sign Is Now Lit & Has New Tenants

Crowd for Lighting Ceremony 
A Las Vegas legendary spot is now lit!  There were about 300-400 in attendance for the sign lighitng, including speakers Councilman Bob Coffin, Mayor Pro Tem Steve Ross, founder of the charity Caridad, Meredith Spriggs, executive aide Lisa Levin from Congresswoman Titus’ office and developer of the Huntridge Center, J Dapper.

Food trucks were on hand as well as the Huntridge Tavern, giving away free food and beer till 8  p.m., courtesy of the Huntridge Center (with donations going to Caridad).  There was an open bar in the Huntridge Tavern from 8 - 10p.m, with donations going to Caridad, again, paid for by the Huntridge Center. DJ played music from 6-10 and it was very much a neighborhood party atmosphere.  Most of the people in attendance were from the Huntridge and Crestwood neighborhoods.

Dapper Companies, headed by homegrown real estate broker and developer J Dapper, has announced the signing of three new tenants as part of his redevelopment of the historic Huntridge neighborhood of Downtown Las Vegas.

Cory Harwell, owner of downtown’s Carson Kitchen and the new Standard & Pour in Henderson, will open a yet-unnamed restaurant in the Huntridge area at 602 S. Maryland Parkway, at the site of the former Mahoney’s Drum Shop. Wingstop, a national chain restaurant offering chicken wings, is set to open at the Huntridge Center.

Dapper also announced another new tenant for one of his properties in the Huntridge area with the signing of Henricksen Butler, a furniture company offering solutions and services for interior and exterior environments throughout Nevada, Utah, Idaho and western Wyoming. Henricksen Butler will be moving from its present location at The Holsum Lofts to 630 S. 11th Street, former home of the Gamblers Book Club.

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