Townhouses @ Holcomb Place
UPDATE 05-02-09 - Holcomb Place Townhomes are open and ready for occupancy. Stop by and take a tour!
Some of the amenities include:
|• Bamboo living room, kitchen & loft floors
• Plush carpeted bedrooms
• Porcelain tile baths
• Stainless steel appliances
• Granite-slab kitchen counters
• Upscale cabinets with pantry
• Homeowners Association for common, lowmaintenance grounds
|• High vaulted ceiling with fan in living room
• Floor-to-ceiling living room windows and loft
• Private garage with garage door opener
• Two off-street parking spots: garage and driveway. Street parking and city lot nearby.
• Security gating
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Posted by: Ken - 4/12/2007 11:49:37 AM
Are they really planning to have driveways out front, and no sidewalks, in the city center? Because if so, there is something seriously wrong with that.
Posted by: Mike Van H - 4/13/2007 11:39:50 AM
Hey Ken sorry that was an outdated pic you were looking at. You can see in the updated one above that there are sidewalks. They haven't asked or any street/sidewalk abandonment so I'll assume for now those will stay as they are. Regarding the driveways/garages, the lot is so small I don't see how they could have done it any other way....I will take a picture of the lot on my dog walk today.
Posted by: Rodrigo - 1/31/2008 6:15:58 PM
Anything new going on with these? I also noticed that the Thoma Lofts signage changed, there was an entry on this site about the company asking to build in phases, and now I can't find anything new on them.
Posted by: Bruce Szathmary-Developer - 2/4/2008 3:05:16 PM
The Project Launching is February 21st.
Posted by: Mike Van H - 2/4/2008 9:07:56 PM
Really Bruce? That's awesome! Looks like you'll be the first to truly break ground in that area. It will be fun watching them be built! It's right up the street from me.
Posted by: Chip Evans - 2/19/2008 10:24:12 PM
Downtown Townhome Development to Launch
Construction to Begin on 16 Homes in Redevelopment Zone
Reno, NV February 19, 2008 – Signaling continued faith in the resurgence of downtown Reno, a locally-owned development company is moving forward with construction of sixteen luxury townhomes on the block bounded by Holcomb, Pine, River Rock and State Streets. Townhouses @ Holcomb Place will be built on the edge of downtown near the Siena Casino/Hotel, and, along with planned developments nearby, will help transform the neighborhood.
Reno’s Mayor Bob Cashell has said, "We wish to thank Management Development Services, Inc. for their investment in this tremendous infill project and their confidence in our revitalized downtown core." Councilwoman Jessica Sferrazza noted, “These long vacant lots provide a significant opportunity to bring more quality housing in a neighborhood environment to the downtown.” Reno Redevelopment Agency Economic Development Manager James Graham observed, “This project going forward is great news! Not only does this project bring sixteen desirable residences to the downtown, the development also funds significant improvements in the surrounding streetscapes, extending the feel of recent downtown improvements to a new area, and upgrades to the neighborhood’s utilities.”
Townhouses @ Holcomb Place is unique as the downtown’s only townhouse development. Based on an award-winning Southern California design, and targeted for selling prices in the high $400K’s, each two-story home in the gated community is designed with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a rooftop garden area and a private parking garage. Amenities in the 2050+ square foot eco-friendly townhomes include bamboo flooring, carpeted bedrooms, porcelain tile flooring, stainless steel appliances, granite slab kitchen counters and other luxury amenities incorporated into a modern floor plan with vaulted ceilings.
The principals of Management Development Services, Inc. (MDS), the project’s developer, have confidence that downtown Reno is a desirable place to live. “All the parts are coming together to make the downtown a great place for young professionals and others to work and live”, says Bruce Szathmary, President of MDS. Chip Evans, Vice President of MDS, shares that, “For the aspiring downtown resident, these townhomes are particularly desirable because of having two private parking spaces and the minimization of expenses and issues common to condominium developments.”
Partners in the development include Naisbitt Construction, Lumos and Associates and Architect Al Salzano. Affinity Bank of California is providing construction financing. Maggie Stockman of Ferrari-Lund Real Estate will market the properties. Reservations are being accepted now.
Groundwork for the development has begun with occupancy scheduled by the end of the year. Plans include a five-unit second phase on adjacent property.
Mr. Szathmary and Mr. Evans are supporters of the charitable work of the Reno area’s Evelyn Mount. MDS will make a contribution to her charity from the sale of each townhome.
A Project Launch ceremony is scheduled at the Siena Hotel Spa Casino Thursday, February 21 at 10AM.
For information about Townhouses @ Holcomb Place: www.renotownhouses.com
For sales information: Maggie Stockman, Ferrari-Lund Real Estate, 775.824.4518
For information about Management Development Services, Inc.: www.mdsnevada.com, 775.853.3649
Posted by: Patty Keyes - 6/9/2008 8:09:47 AM
Pretty nice! Approx. 2000 sq. ft., what's the approx. price expected to be? And finish date?
Posted by: pam - 8/26/2008 5:18:47 PM
can i bring dogs?
Posted by: DK - 10/16/2008 3:34:00 PM
There is an article in the paper with one interior photo. I come here and the only images you have are concept renditions?
I want actual photographs. Is the neighborhood so bad that you can't put up photos?
Posted by: Mike Van H - 10/16/2008 4:27:03 PM
DK, if you click on any of my downtown walk pictures, you'll see I take pictures of this project's progress at least once every couple of weeks.
They just opened the interior of it to the media yesterday, they neglected to invite me to that event, so I don't have any interior photos of the project. If you are that interested in it, I suggest you go down to the site offices and request a tour. They will gladly show you the interior.
Posted by: John Treadwell - 5/9/2009 6:58:18 AM
Just a quick note here for all myself and my partner Cathy Foote at Chase international Real Estate have taken on this great project and started the list new price at $375,000 and we will be holding open houses every weekend from 1pm to 4 pm Please feel free to stop by or call us to set a appointment for a privite showing anytime Jihn 775-762-3488 or
Cathy Foote 775-742-9550 if you need a little feel of San Francisco in Reno next door tothe all new Ball park then this is it Low HOA monthly fee of only 85.00 and a GREEN tax credit to you the buyer somewhere in the range of 6000.00 and if your a first time buyer add the 8000.00 tax credit to that and your next tax return could be great See Y soon John
Posted by: Rosemary w/Chase International Real Estaet - 8/9/2009 4:37:45 PM
The Townhouses @ Holcomb Place are open Thursday thru Sunday during the hours of 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Prices have been reduced now selling in the high $200's. If you haven't had the opportunity to view the townhouses in the past, now is the time prices are great and so is the location. Within walking distance to downtown, movie theater, restaurants, shops, civic center, Truckee River Walk, Wingfield Park Amphitheater, Truckee River Whitewater Park, Rink on the River, Washoe County Courthouse, Pioneer Center for Performing Arts, Ace's Baseball Stadium and Automobile Museum. Don't miss out on this great opportunity to make the Townhouses @ Holcomb Place your home sweet home.
Posted by: KB - 12/9/2009 3:47:38 PM
I drove by this project the other day. They are amazing. And look completely vacant? Does anyone live there?
Posted by: Tom - 12/11/2009 9:30:07 PM
I do not believe a single unit was sold. The developers defaulted on their construction loan in early October and Chase appeared to clear out around then.
Posted by: Anonymous - 12/4/2010 7:29:20 PM
The townhouses were sold individully through a bank appointed broker for just over $150,000 per unit.
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