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Aug
4
2015

Read what happened in last Wednesday's city council meeting, and which option they prefer for the reconfiuration of Virginia Street through MidTown.

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Jul
23
2015

Coming up at the July 29th City Council and Redevelopment Agency Board meeting, Siegel Group will present the long-awaited plans for West Street, with a possible sale or lease as the preferred outcome.

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Jul
15
2015

Here in Reno, we often don't look toward our neighbors in the South for great redevelopment ideas...not that Vegas is a bad influence, it's just, that city is headed in a different direction than Reno.

But here's one project out of Las Vegas that I hope Reno emulates. Check it out, and attend Las Vegas Parklett Friday at noon at Nevada Museum of Art.

 

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Jul
14
2015

A lot is coming to Midtown. Check it out!

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Jul
2
2015

Speaking of construction permits for former hotel/casinos, Siegel Group has pulled a demo permit for interior walls, flooring and ceiling. Not sure what they have planned but it shounds like it might be more than just kitchenettes.

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Jul
2
2015

A construction permit has officially been filed for the Kings Inn to become apartments!

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Jun
25
2015

Sticks and 777 Center add exterior finishing touches.

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Jun
17
2015

The Tonopah Lofts aren't the only lofts rising from the ground in Midtown. Marmot Property's first from-scratch project has gone vertical on Caliente and is part of a 3-tier project that includes a swarm of new units and renovations.

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Jun
17
2015

A company called Urbanito LLC, of whom Pamela Haberman is listed as an officer of Haberae fame, just snatched up 400/490 Mill Street, the run-down commercial buildings with a lot of potential and a suite of old homes, from Ryder Homes.

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Jun
17
2015

L & H Concrete and Metcalf Builders pour the Courtyard Marriott foundation at night on 2nd Street in downtown Reno.

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