Brad Schnepf

Executive Vice President, Marnell Properties, LLC

Brad Schnepf served as president of Marnell Properties from 2001 – 2011 and currently serves as Executive Vice President.  Marnell Properties is a real estate development and management company focusing on the acquisition, entitlement, development, and management of commercial real estate holdings. His responsibilities include real estate development, acquisition and sales, entitlement and management of the corporate real estate portfolio. As president of Marnell Properties, Schnepf directed development, construction and management of the following notable projects:

Marnell Corporate Center, a 37 acre class “A” professional office campus that currently consists of seven buildings containing approximately 700,000 square feet of mixed-use, mid-rise professional office.

McCarran Marketplace, 75-acre community retail development anchored by Wal-Mart Super Center and Lowe’s Home Improvement Store. McCarran Marketplace consists of approximately 600,000 square feet of large to medium box retail and in-line retail shop space and is currently 95% occupied

Marnell Airport Center at McCarran International Airport, which presently consists of a multi-level office building, approximately 81,000 square feet and an additional 130,000 square feet of office/industrial space in the planning and design stage.

Marnell Air Cargo Center, a 200,000 square foot multi-use aircraft, warehouse and air cargo facility constructed on the airside of McCarran International Airport and is occupied by international air cargo carriers such as FedEx. UPS, Allegiant Air, Southwest Airlines, etc.

Mr. Schnepf has been involved in real estate acquisition, construction, development and management for more than 25 years.  Prior to joining Marnell Properties, Mr. Schnepf’s experience includes strategic acquisition, sales, leasing and entitlements of commercial real estate projects with Nevada Power Company/NVEnergy. These types of projects included acquisition and entitlement of electrical transmission and substation facilities from private and public entities; disposition and re-development of properties originally acquired and held for utility/public purposes for commercial use.

Originally from Scottsdale, Arizona, Mr. Schnepf attended Arizona State University.  He is Past President and member of the Board of Directors of the Southern Nevada Chapter of NAIOP and currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance.

Continue Reading