Downtown Reno and Midtown Breaking News
Tags: Siegel Group
Downtown Reno is now in a second wave of development, with many projects going on, perhaps more than any other point in this blog's 10-year history.
It's the perfect time to discuss downtown Reno's walkability, how far it's come in the past 10 years, and the weak areas that should be a priority for both developers and the city council.12 Oct 2015
Siegel Group/Suites has pulled a demo permit for all exterior signs for the Virginian, the large, closed tower adjacent to City Hall on Virginia Street. Down will come anything that says 'Virginian' on the exterior, including the large sign on the tower facing Virginia Street.
14 Aug 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.23 Jul 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.2 Jul 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.12 Jun 2015