Leaning Into Walkability, Vegas Project Taps Retail Agent

Red Ridge’s unusual mixed-use development will be located in a downtown Opportunity Zone.

Origin at Symphony Park rendering

The McGarey Group is the exclusive retail leasing advisor for Origin at Symphony Park in downtown Las Vegas. Image courtesy of The McGarey Group

The McGarey Group has been selected as the exclusive retail leasing advisor for Red Ridge Development’s downtown Las Vegas project. In partnership with Paragon Commercial Group, the company will lease the more than 100,000 square feet of retail space at the mixed-use Origin at Symphony Park community.

The master-planned development is situated on an approximately 6-acre site and is set to feature office and retail space along with a 32-story residential building and another mid-rise apartment community. The project will also include restaurants, cafes, an urban market and outdoor space.

Origin is set to be the first walkable community in Las Vegas, an area with a notoriously low walkability scale. Located in an opportunity zone, the project is situated at 93 South City Parkway, CommercialEdge data shows.

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Future tenants and residents of the Origin at Symphony Park are in proximity to other retail and dining opportunities, as well as entertainment in downtown Las Vegas and the nearby Arts District neighborhood.

The Cello Tower, featuring the luxury apartment units, will feature 240 homes. It is designed by Perkins Eastman. Interiors are designed by One Line Design Studio. Origin at Symphony Park is scheduled for completion in 2026.

The McGarey Group was acquired by Divaris Real Estate as part of a merger deal announced by both companies in March. Operating as a division of Divaris Real Estate, the McGarey Group team continues to operate under new leadership.

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