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Apr
23
2015

Reno’s first stand alone growler fill station opens today in Midtown at 555 S. Virginia St .#105. They will feature over 30 brews on tap from local and national brewing companies, all you need is a growler, which they can supply or you can bring your own. I have my trusty Silver Peak growler, would it be taboo to take it over and fill it up with other yummy beers? Heck no! Go check them out, they are in the same shopping center as Great Full Gardens, just as South Virginia downslopes into Midtown.

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Apr
15
2015

When planning significant street changes to one of Reno's most popular and dense neighborhoods, who are the primary stakeholders that should influence it? The public that frequents the neighborhood? The business owners? The residents. RTC Washoe's public meeting on proposed changes to Virginia Street left more questions than answers.

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Mar
21
2015

Check out a photo tour of the extremely cool 50 South Virginia Project, which is the former U.S. Post Office in downtown Reno on the river. Amazing plans are in place already, so check out the photos and read on!

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Mar
16
2015

Public tours are offered 10 am to 4 pm every 30 minutes on Sunday, March 22. A $20 donation will be collected at the door to support Renown Children’s Hospital.

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Dec
18
2014

Downtown Update - Starbucks, Woolworths, Whitney and More.

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Oct
10
2014

Yay! Those hideous glass blocks left over when the 1980s puked all over the facade of the BofA Building downtown are now gone! And in place, real windows. THis should help with the ambience of the soon-to-open Bridge restaurant and bar at 425 South Virginia Street.

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Sep
30
2014

Various development tidbits and rumors including the Sticks project in Midtown, changing downtown's zoning,  and new places opening.

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Sep
13
2014

Some cool shots and news about this mixed use project.

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May
23
2014

Not long after plans were released for the building that formerly housed Maytan Music Center, another medium-size proejct was announced today for the Heritage Bank Building, located at 1401 South Virginia Street.

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Oct
31
2013

Midtown continues to fill up with new options for residents.

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