North Las Vegas, Nev. — Pacific Group has broken ground on Helios, a 135-acre medical campus located in North Las Vegas. Construction costs for the project are set to total between $4.5 billion and $5 billion.
At full buildout, the project is set to include a 1.1 million-square-foot inpatient hospital offering 600 beds, which will be built in three phases costing $1.2 billion; 1.3 million square feet of medical office and medical technology space; 250,000 square feet of retail with an emphasis on health and wellness; 900,000 square feet of research-and-development space with incubator spaces; 290 hotel rooms across two buildings; and seven restaurants, four of which will be full-service.
The hospital portion of the development will offer an emergency department, surgical services and critical care. Additional outpatient offerings will include occupational therapy; behavioral and mental health therapy; educational facilities; testing labs; a sports rehabilitation center; skin care treatment; speech therapy; trauma therapy; radiology; imaging; urology; gastrointestinal care; pre- and post-natal care; and dental services.
The research and development portion of Helios will focus on healthcare, aerospace technologies and sustainability. Local food and beverage offerings, athletic facilities, a grocery store, financial institutions, daycare centers and shops will occupy the retail segment of the project. A timeline for the development was not announced.
The development will be located at the intersection of County Road 215 and North Pecos Road, with direct access to the nearby VA Medical Center and a proposed bicycle trail located along the 215 Beltway.
Salt Lake City-based Pacific Group is a real estate developer, owner and operator. The company is focused on master-planned resorts, urban residential communities, business parks, warehouses, retail, industrial and office projects.