Downtown Reno and Midtown Breaking News
Tags: Wells Avenue Conservation District
While we wait patiently for some forward motion on the 26-unit and 14-unit apartment buildings at 121 Vesta, a new smaller project at 132 Vesta is being planned.6 Jan 2023
Five new residential projects in the pipeline aim to add dense residential housing stock to central Reno.26 Feb 2020
New multi-family residential project on the corner of Stewart and Wells will finally fill in a long-vacant and oddly-elevated lot.1 Feb 2020
Uncommon Reno residential goes vertical, Park Place is just huge, Canyon Flats changes urbanscape of downtown, and much more!
Park Lane goes vert on residential, Uncommon is just huge, Canyon Flats changes urbanscape of downtown, and much more!19 Nov 2019
A few months ago, the owner of 675 Holcomb, the 'tin can' building, contacted me letting me know he was adding features to the building to make it more lease-friendly to a cafe/coffee shop/wine bar type of venue.
It didn't take long apparently to fill the unique building straddling Sinclair and Holcomb, technically on the edge of Midtown and the edge of the Wells Avenue Conservation District, it will bridge the two neighborhoods together with a wine and beer venue called 'The Glass Die'.11 Jan 2017
Hub Coffee Roasters has filed for a permit at 316 Vassar Street, changing the use of the property from salon to coffee roaster.25 Oct 2016