In $1.35 million deal, DRC Landscaping buys Sparks headquarters
A look at a recently completed residential landscape project by DRC Landscaping in Sparks. Courtesy drcrenoscapes.com
As of Friday, February 26, 2021
DRC Landscaping LLC recently acquired a property at 910 Glendale Ave. Bought in Sparks to serve as the company’s headquarters.
Nevada State Development Corporation partnered with the United Federal Credit Union to facilitate the $ 1.35 million financing package for the transaction, according to a February 9 press release.
“I couldn’t be happier with the purchase of the new property and I am grateful to the NSDC team for their assistance during the purchase process,” said Daniel Clark, owner / operator of DRC Landscaping, in a statement. “My immediate goal for the company is to grow 20% or more over the next two years and to continue this pattern of growth for as long as is manageable. Owning this facility will go a long way toward making that vision a reality.”
Established in 2014, DRC Landscaping provides landscape installation services including excavation, sorting, hardscaping, retaining walls, irrigation systems, shade structures, all types of concrete and outdoor lighting.
According to the press release, an essential part of the new facility is a showroom in which the company can present landscape features to customers. The showroom “will certainly help us close more sales,” said Clark.
“This step came at an ideal time for Daniel and his company. His current lease expired without renewal, so the purchase allowed him to move operations to a more expansive facility, ”said Sandy Gordon, vice president / business development officer at NSDC, in a statement. “Equally important in the current marketplace – real estate ownership allows DRC Landscaping to control its own fate in the future rather than placing the fate of the company in the hands of a property manager.”
According to the Washoe County Assessor’s Office, the property completed in September. The building was previously owned by Reno Patio & Fireplaces, a company that media reports said closed after the Nevada State Contractors Board suspended its license for cheating multiple customers out of thousands of dollars in late 2019.