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Photos of Holcomb Townhomes, now starting in the $150,0000's, Reno Aces Ballpark Expansion Phase 2a, and the 4th Street Transit Station.

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Posted by: haroldsclub - 1/18/2010 9:52:28 AM
Got any details on Holcomb Town Homes? $150K sounds low when the other units were going for high $200K. Thought the owners went bankrupt. How can they be building more units at a lower price?

Posted by: DowntownMakeoverDude - 1/18/2010 10:21:52 AM
I think the new pricing is for the existing units already built. Last time I checked, they have not sold any yet at their previous price points. Given the current state of the market, I am assuming there are no plans to build out the rest of the project. That would be suicide given none of the existing units have sold yet. I have toured them, they are nice, quite large with two large balconies.

Posted by: DevonS - 1/18/2010 10:32:44 AM
I walked through those units with some friends after a ball game. The 150's really? The townhomes have their drawbacks but the neighborhood has potential and I liked the high ceilings and loft.

Posted by: Potencial Buyer - 1/20/2010 10:27:44 PM
I've been shopping around for awhile... Condos are really nice and should sell fast for 150's. Original builders went bankrupt. Not sure what the plans are for the houses next to them that are in bad shape but has potencial. HOA's are 85.00 month...Not sure what that covers.

 

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