Howard Hughes Signs Two New Leases at 1700 Pavilion in Downtown Summerlin

Snell & Wilmer, one of the largest law firms in the Western U.S. with offices in 16 locations throughout the United States and Mexico, will occupy the entire 7th floor spanning 27,542 square feet. Douglas Elliman, one of the largest independent residential real estate brokerages headquartered in New York City with operations in Florida, California, Texas, Colorado, Nevada, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. will occupy Suite 150, offering 3,856 square feet.

1700 Pavilion, which officially opened in January 2023, is now 90 percent leased. Spanning approximately 267,000 square feet on just under three acres directly south of the Las Vegas Ballpark, the office building features vantage points with one-of-a-kind views of the entire valley, from The Strip to Red Rock Canyon.

Snell & Wilmer and Douglas Elliman join Wynn Design & Development that occupies the top two floors, along with law firms Clark Hill and ER Injury Attorneys, as well as PNC Bank, that have all signed leases at the newest office building in Downtown Summerlin, relocating to a walkable, amenity-rich environment.

“We are thrilled to call Downtown Summerlin our new home,” said Scott Durkin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Douglas Elliman. “Howard Hughes has curated an extraordinary, award-winning community, and we are excited for our growing team to thrive in this beautiful space and vibrant location.”

“While national firms like Snell & Wilmer and Douglas Elliman are drawn to Nevada for the state’s business-friendly environment and quality real estate, they are specifically drawn to Downtown Summerlin for the type of urban office setting that employees are looking for—one that is located closer to home and cuts down on commute time, while offering an abundance of retail, dining, and entertainment experiences all within walking distance,” said Frank Stephan, President, Nevada Region for Howard Hughes. “We are pleased to add Snell & Wilmer and Douglas Elliman to the Downtown Summerlin line-up.”

1700 Pavilion was designed by Hart Howerton, an interdisciplinary planning, architecture, and interior design firm. The building’s design recently achieved LEED Silver certification, exemplifying Summerlin’s commitment to a healthy, active lifestyle and sustainable development. The building offers bike storage to encourage cycle-to-work options. It also features low-flow water fixtures to promote water conservation, touchless entry points, and enhanced air filtration throughout. The Living Room—a shared common area within the first floor lobby with reservable conference room and gathering spaces—provides direct access to Pavilion Center Drive and retail and dining options across the street, just steps from the office front door. 

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