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Feb
18
2016

Interior demo should begin soon, if it hasn't already, at 190 South Center Street, the old Pine Food and Spirits store. It's part of a larger renovation happening, reported here

The permit includes removal of sheetrock and ceiling drywall. 

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Feb
17
2016

Siegel Group Teases Virginian Exterior Rendering

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Feb
17
2016

As I reported here, the Hudson Project is firing back up, big time. Check out some construction photos of the neighborhood. 

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Feb
13
2016

A company known for building large student housing projects is requesting an alley abandonement downtown for an entire block they own, between 6th and 7th Streets and between Center and Lake. 

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Feb
12
2016

Video: Interior Facade of Siena Comes Down

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Feb
3
2016

The last large grouping of Victorian-era homes in Reno happens to lie in the path of the City of Reno and UNR's proposed Gateway District. Is it worth it to destroy a critical piece of downtown's past to build up? 

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Jan
30
2016

Stpping by the Renaissance Hotel today downtown, which pulled a demo permit and will begin construction soon, I noticed a new sign in the building with renderings of the rooms. Check them out! 

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Jan
29
2016

Siena has pulled a demo permit to begin construction on the Renaissance Hotel. 

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Jan
29
2016

You might have heard that the City of Reno is underwater with the CitiCenter Plaza property downtown wedged between Plaza, 4th Street and Center Street. It used to be our city bus transit center until a larger one was constructed on 4th and Evans that can accommodate more routes and RAPID transit.  The Reno Aces owners were supposed to purchase and develop it, saving the redevelopment agency from being in debt with the property. But alas, that never happened. 

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Jan
25
2016

In the 10 years that I have been doing DowntownMakeover, I've written about a lot of projects that never came to fruition. For some of these projects, that's probably a good thing. For others, well let's just say I still wish some of them would happen. 

Number One on my list would be the Facade Improvement Program on Virginia Street. It was an awesome collaboration of private businesses and the City of Reno, but ultimately the funding just wasn't there to do it. What was amazing about this project, is that for the most part all of the building owners on this block came to a consensus on the building improvements proposed. Check it out below, it's one of many projects that maybe should be given a second look.

 

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