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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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Jun
12
2015

Well hello there, Tonopah Lofts! New eight-unit crop of duplexes is Midtown's newest urban infill project. Renderings, floor plan and more after the jump!

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Jun
12
2015

Historic Resources Commission meeting:

1. YESCO lighting is working on a 'modified' version of the rooftop El Cortez sign that will read 'Siegel's El Cortez' and be green, according to renderings presented.

2. Retail street-level signage will be similar to the old historic retail signs. Retail tenants at the El Cortez weren't fond of the font proposed, and the HRC proposed several fonts that would work better, and Siegel Group is supposed to make some modifications.

3. Graffiti will be removed from Stewart Park rock wall, how is not yet to be determined.

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Jun
10
2015

777 Center receives more color.

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Jun
10
2015

Historical Resources Commission Meeting regarding El Cortez and Stewart Park.

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Jun
10
2015

Feast Restaurant, which will be located at 516 South Virginia, at the terminus of California Avenue in the historic building that once housed Jack Bacon and Co, now has a chef.

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Jun
3
2015

More exterior finishes appear on 777 Center project, formerly Maytan Music, located in MidTown on Center Street.

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Jun
3
2015

Foundation Pad Set for Courtyard Marriot in downtown Reno.

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Jun
2
2015

WHAT: Feed the Camel, Reno’s family-friendly “hump day” food truck event, featuring local mobile food purveyors such as: Battle Born Food Truck, Electric Blue Elephant, Crepes and More, The CodFather, Java Ship Coffee, Winey Munkies, Shanghai Express, Still Rollin’, Sweet Creams Cheesecakery.

Libations for adults also available on-site, provided by the Tap Wagon and The Margarita Man.Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs.

WHERE: McKinley Arts and Culture Center, 925 Riverside Drive, Reno

WHEN: Each Wednesday—from June 3 to September 30, 2015—from 5 to 8 p.m.

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