Morgan Stanley, a multinational investment bank and financial service company, has secured a highly-coveted office space at UnCommons, a $400 million, 40-acre mixed-use community in southwest Las Vegas.
Morgan Stanley will move from its former location at the Hughes Center, where it had resided for more than two decades, and settle into a 22,000-square-foot office space at UnCommons designed by world-renowned architecture firm Glensler.
“Having a global leader like Morgan Stanley choose UnCommons as their new home speaks volumes about the experience we are pursuing with our community,” Matter Real Estate Group Partner Jim Stuart said in a press release. “UnCommons is being created to deliver on the demands and expectations of the modern workforce. We look forward to providing the Morgan Stanley team a workplace experience that supports their vision of the future.”
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the development underwent a redesign to provide a healthier, safer environment for those occupying its spaces. Numerous renowned companies have sought out space at UnCommons because of its emphasis on employee wellbeing, community connection, healthy lifestyles, and a reimagined workplace experience. The stylized urban campus will offer an eclectic portfolio of food and beverage options, including Las Vegas’s first neighborhood Urth Caffé and MINA Group’s first off-Strip, fast-casual concept.
UnCommons is currently under construction at 215 Beltway and Durango Drive and is slated to open in early 2022.