Steven Molasky has deep roots in the real estate development business. In 1971, at 20 years of age, he founded his first development company. Since then, he has added to his portfolio of companies with Pacific Homes, Pacific Properties and Development Corporation, LLC-all affiliated companies of The Molasky Group of Companies.
Pacific Homes and Pacific Properties have developed more than 4,000 homes; 7,000 apartments; Pacific Industrial Park, more than one million square feet of distribution and industrial product; shopping centers including Best of the West; and high-rise office building, Bank of America West.
Other business ventures include Pacific Properties, one of Southern Nevada’s largest property management companies.
Specializing in finance, Molasky has nurtured and developed strong, long-term relationships with titans in the industry. Included in this group are Prudential Warner Contes, Prudential Real Estate, Long Term Credit Bank of Japan, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Teachers Insurance, and Annuity Association, Nations/Bank One, Nomura Asset Corporation, Capital Company of America, Lehman Brothers, Key Global Capital and Bank of America.
Serving on a number of boards, Molasky is regional chairman of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, founding member and past chairman of Nevada Institute for Contemporary Art, director and board member of the McCarran Arts Advisory Council (appointed by the Clark County Commission), and board member for the Nevada Nuclear Projects Commission (appointed by the Nevada Legislature).
Molasky also serves as a director of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Foundation. He is a past member of the Young Presidents’s Organization and is currently working to establish the Negative Museum of Contemporary Art in Las Vegas. A native of Las Vegas, Molasky attended the University of Southern California.