Molasky Strikes FBI Gold Again

The first quarter has been a busy one for real estate development and management firm Molasky Group of Las Vegas.

PH Milwaukee LLC, an affiliate of Molasky Group, bought the former headquarters of St. Francis Hospital for $12.75 million with plans to convert it into the Milwaukee-area offices for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to a report by the Journal Sentinel.

The 78,000-square-foot building, located at 3600 S. Lake Drive in Milwaukee, was sold by Lake Drive Ventures LLC.

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Catamaran Tilt-Up

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Signs of life emerge at UNLV’s long-dormant technology park

For the first few years of the Harry Reid Research and Technology Park’s existence, the only visible sign of development was the tastefully manicured entrance wreathed in agave plants, golden barrel cacti and a stylish welcome sign.

Until now, that welcome sign didn’t lead to much. Since the recession’s credit crunch put a stop to significant portion of investment in the valley, the 122-acre site on Sunset Road and Durango Drive is the same desert lot it has been since the county land was acquired by UNLV in 2005.

http://lasvegassun.com/news/2015/feb/20/unlvs-technology-park-finally/

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Irwin Molasky Recieves Lifetime Achievement at USGBC Nevada Green Gala Leadership Awards

irwin-molaksyReal estate developer Irwin Molasky is the recipient of the U.S. Green Building Council — Nevada Chapter’s lifetime achievement award. The award was presented at the USGBC Nevada Green Gala Leadership Awards in December 2014. Molasky’s storied career has gone from garage conversions in 1950s Las Vegas to developing nine-figure LEED-certified buildings nationwide today. He pioneered sustainable construction in Nevada with the Molasky Corporate Center, the first LEED Gold-certified office tower in Las Vegas and a catalyst for downtown redevelopment.

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Irwin Molasky Honored at Riverside Military Academy

325_IMG_2500_248Gainesville, GA – Irwin Molasky, a Las Vegas, Nevada resident, is considered one of the most prolific real estate developers in the country. He has been selected as 2014 Distinguished Alumnus for Riverside Military Academy (RMA) in Gainesville, GA.

Founded in 1907, RMA is a college preparatory academy for young men in grades 7-12 with a Corps of Cadets consisting of 480 cadets from 24 countries. Molasky is a 1945 graduate of Riverside and will be honored at the Academy’s Homecoming October 24-25 in Gainesville, GA.

Molasky credits the principles and discipline instilled upon him at RMA with his success in his long and varied career. During his senior year, he was valedictorian and president of the RMA Horton Society.

He received an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy, but instead spent one year at Ohio State before moving to southern California to construct buildings. He was drawn to Las Vegas in 1951 to take advantage of construction opportunities and the city’s potential for growth. The majority of Molasky’s work is in California and Las Vegas, and his mark can be found in all aspects of design and development from residential to office buildings, malls and shopping centers, commercial, healthcare, aviation, hospitality, multifamily and mixed use.

Molasky and business partner Merv Adelson built the city’s first private hospital, Sunrise Hospital Surgical Center and Medical Center; the area’s first master-planned community, Paradise Palms; and the city’s first high-rise office building, Bank of America Plaza. Their work also includes the state’s first and largest enclosed shopping mall, Boulevard Mall.

Molasky and Adelson were key to the development of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Molasky later formed and became the founding chairman of the UNLV Foundation. They also created The Nathan Adelson Hospice where Molasky continues to serve on the board of directors. Molasky was also co-founder and served on the board of directors of Lorimar Entertainment, a conglomerate of television, broadcasting and print media.

Molasky, 87, continues to work daily from the 17th floor of the prominent Molasky Corporate Center, Las Vegas’ first and largest LEED certified Gold building. In the past five years, the company has focused on building federal projects, including the National Personnel and Records Center for the National Archives in St. Louis, which houses all military records. His company has also designed and built five FBI buildings across the United States.

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Molasky Group Supports Las Vegas Metro Police Foundation

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Catamaran Ground Breaking

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Catamaran bringing 350 new jobs to new facility in Las Vegas

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Catamaran/Brovia Facility Groundbreaking: Picture Gallery

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Sandoval praises company starting to build at tech park

Gov. Brian Sandoval hailed Catamaran LLC as “exactly the kind of company we’re trying to attract to Nevada” at a Friday event on a picture-perfect day at the Harry Reid Research and Technology Park in the southwest valley.

About 75 people gathered at the site at Sunset Road near Durango Drive, just off the Las Vegas Beltway, for the ceremonial start of a pharmaceutical fulfillment facility that will provide 353 jobs and an employment pipeline to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. – Las Vegas Review-Journal

http://www.reviewjournal.com/business/economic-development/sandoval-praises-company-starting-build-tech-park

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