Tuesday, May 20, 2014 | 10:12 p.m.
A land sale that could have netted Henderson upwards of $33 million fizzled tonight when no bidders emerged during an auction at the city council meeting.
Three of the choicest pieces of city real estate were up for sale, but none garnered any interest.
All three parcels were located in the city’s 503-acre Limited Transition Area, a commercial and industrial zone located in western Henderson along Via Inspirada south of Larson Lane.
For sale: A 167-acre parcel going for a minimum bid of $16 million, a 110-acre parcel with a minimum bid of $9.7 million and an 82-acre parcel with a minimum bid of $7.4 million.
The city received no written or verbal bids for any of the properties during the council meeting.