RETRAC Plan Boundary
RETRAC Plan Boundary - zoomed
Potential for Change in Reno
Patterns of Development
Potential Demand Downtown Reno - purpose
Summary of Office Market Downtown Reno
Potential for RETRAC Development
Share of Retail Sales by Category
Retail Supply Map
Retail Space Demand
Strategy to Improve Downtown Retail Base
Strategy to Improve Downtown Retail Base - Continued
Present to Future Potential Housing
Potential Obtainable Housing Demand
Recommended Strategies for Housing Downtown
Existing and Forecasted Daily Traffic Volumes Map
Project Area Transit Map
Policy Context - Downtown Reno Regional Center Circulation
Recommended Bicycle Network
Existing downtown parking conditions map
Summary of Reno Transportation Findings
Downtown Reno / RETRAC Strengths and Challenges
Patterns of Development and Change Map
Patterns of Development and Change Map 2
Patterns of Development and Change Map 3
Preliminary Master Plan Concept Summary
Concept 1: Infill Neighborhood Concept Between 2nd, 3rd Sts
Concept 1: Infill Neighborhood Concept - Stacked townhouses and amenitized ReTRAC edge
Concept 2: Amenitized Pedestrian Map
Concept 2: Amenitized Pedestrian Area Commercial Row
Concept 3: Promote existing project area usesmoving into ReTRAC properties
Concept 3: View of East Commercial Row Current
Concept 4: Reno Comunity Service / Public Safety Center
Concept 5: Infill Workplace Cluster / Sub-district
Putting the Pieces Together: Transit Stops
Closer Look: West 4th Street Infill Cluster
Closer Look: West 4th Street-to-Idlewild Pedestrian Bridge
Concept 6: Incremental 4th Street TOD Corridor Revitalization
Downtown Reno Regional Center Circulation
Photo Displaying Vicinity of Living-to-Road Density
Concept: Re-shape street type on 4th Street
Re-Use of Retro Motel Signs for Residential Projects
Preliminary "Broad Brush" Master Plan Concepts
Expanded Patterns of Development Map
District Structure - Option 1, Long Term
District Structure - Option 2, Long Term
Master Plan Overview - 1. Focus
1. Focus - Development Benefits Map
1. Focus - Development Benefits Map- Central Zoom
1. Focus - Development Benefits Map- East Zoom
1. Focus - Development Benefits Map- West Zoom
Photo - Sutro Tracks
Master Plan Overview 2. Context and Vision
Master Plan Overview 3. Strategy
Master Plan Overview 3A. Strategy: West Side
West Side Residential Neighborhood Preliminary Statistics
West Side Potential Pedestrian 'Loop' Map
West Side - Example of Community Center Facility
West Side - Possible site for community center facility - ReTRAC & West 2nd
West Side - Concept for community center, enhanced ReTRAC edge, bridge
Master Plan Overview 3A. Strategy: East Side
East Side: Potential Area for Change
East Side: Development Map 1
East Side: Development Map 2
East Side: Development Map 3
Dimensions of Good City Design
Preliminary Land Use & Development Framework
Prelim Land Use & Development: Downtown Core
Prelim Land Use & Development: Suburban Vs. Downtown Core
Prelim Land Use & Development: Outer Core
Prelim Land Use & Development: Suburban Office Park vs. Downtown Office
Prelim Land Use & Development: Suburban Multi-family vs. Downtown Residential
Downtown Neighborhood Street vs. Suburban Neighborhood Street
Snapshot: Urban Neighborhood
Snapshot: Downtown Neighborhood
Downtown Neighborhood Street vs. Suburban Neighborhood Street
Master Plan Overview 3B. Strategy: Tune up East 4th
Photos of Current East 4th
East 4th - Proposed Infill Mixed Use
East 4th - Proposed Infill Mixed Use Details
Proposed BRT Transit Stops
Proposed BRT Transit Stops: East 4th
Proposed BRT Transit Stops: West 4th
Proposed BRT Transit Stops: In Conjunction with Pedestrian Loop
Master Plan Overview 3B. Strategy: Tune up Entertainment Core
Entertainment Core: Pedestrian Loop
Entertainment Core: Pedestrian Greenway
Photo: Plaza St. at Bowling Stadium of today
Concept for enhanced Plaza Street
Concept: Amenitized Pedestrian Area Amtrak Station
Downtown's Heyday
Concept: Pedestrians, including New Transit Center
Entertainment Core: Tying it to Riverfront Core
Entertainment Core: Pedestrian Bridges
Master Plan Overview 3C. Strategy: Pedestrian Greenway
Open Space Network Map
Larger Pedestrian Greenway Loop Map
Concept: Keystone
Master Plan Overview 3D. Strategy: Alternative District Elements
Master Plan District Structure - Option 1, Medium Term
Master Plan District Structure - Option 1, Long Term
Master Plan District Structure - Option 1, Long Term W/ overlay of Downtown Regional Center sub-districtboundaries and FAR/minimum residential densities
Master Plan District Structure - Option 2, Medium Term
Master Plan District Structure Option 2, Long Term
Master Plan District Structure Option 2, Long Term W/ overlay of Downtown Regional Center sub districtboundaries and FAR/minimum residential densities