NORTH LAS VEGAS -- A massive new warehouse that's being built in North Las Vegas is expected to grow business in the area.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval attended the groundbreaking of the LogistiCenter near Cheyenne Avenue and Lamb Boulevard Tuesday.
Officials expect the building to be move-in ready within five months.
The warehouse is being built as a "spec" building, much like a spec home, meaning there isn't a firm tenant. When the building is complete, it will measure 380,000 square feet. That's equal to seven football fields laid side-by-side.
"This is the type of project that we welcome," said Tom Collins, Clark County Commissioner. "It brings good jobs to the area."
Collins and Gov. Sandoval both touted the project as a sign the economy was turning around.