Just southeast of the Las Vegas resides the city of Henderson. The city provides the efficiencies of a metropolitan area but inhibits the feel of a hometown.
Henderson retains its own major, police department and on the horizon is looking to gain its own school district.
With notable notoriety in such outlets as the Bloomberg Businessweek and CNN Money Henderson is a hub for business in the Southwest and here are top reasons why.
Hub For Business in the Southwest
Henderson is conveniently located between five major business markets including Los Angeles, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Diego and San Francisco.
Los Angeles is approximately a 40-minute flight from Henderson. A flight to Phoenix, Salt Lake City and San Diego is in under an hour and you can make it to San Francisco in less than two.
There are nearly 60 million people residing in the surrounding states. The proximity to these major business markets makes Henderson a hub for business in the Southwest.
“With one of the lowest city property tax rates in the region and no state income tax, many new residents and businesses choose to relocate to Henderson each year.”
Henderson is booming due to these exceptional tax incentives. Along with no corporate income tax and zero personal income tax the city also has the lowest property tax rates among major incorporated cities in the state of Nevada.
Not only is the city widely bared to the Southwest business markets but also produces valuable global exposure.
Las Vegas is a hub for the top market trade shows in the world. Just southwest of the infamous Strip Henderson’s location provides convenient proximity for business leaders to meet and service customers frequently.
Travel at Ease
Located just five minutes via freeway from Henderson residents can easily access the McCarran International Airport.
Flying private? Even better!
“The Clark County Department of Aviation invested more than $30 million in Henderson Executive Airport (HND) to create a premier business aviation facility and an attractive, convenient and economical alternative to McCarran International Airport.”
The Henderson Executive Airport is located 12 miles south of the Strip and 7 miles from ASCAYA.
“Henderson has been at the front of Nevada’s growth spurt, growing from just 60,000 to more than 270,000 today.”
The city is the second largest in Nevada. With a city slogan of, “a place to call home” Henderson is also a premier place for the business savvy.
By, Susan Kocab