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Jul
18
2016

Check out a photo tour of the renovated Redfield Mansion on Mt. Rose Street! 

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Jun
5
2016

I set out to photograph what's new, good and different in Midtown and Wells Avenue.

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May
16
2016

See See Motor Coffee has filed a permit and is in plan review for a long-empty beautiful brick building on Pine Street, part of a new development push appropriately named 'Center + Pine' a collection of renovations currently underway on Pine and State Streets, flanked by Center Street and Lake Street. 

 

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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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Jan
19
2016

The Hudson Project was a multi-block development planned for downtown at Center and Pine Street. Brian Egan championed some amazing apartment renovations seen here, before the project stalled a bit. Now, is there renewed activity?

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Dec
5
2015

Marmot Properties is very busy in Midtown and the West of Wells Conservation District. Come with me on a virtual tour, and before you start coming up with terms like 'IkeaVille', take a look at what they're actually doing.

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Dec
3
2015

Welcome to new project day! Where I'll be introducing three new residential projects coming to downtown and Midtown. The first is 3rd Street Flats, formerly the Kings Inn and codenamed K2 Apartments.

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Nov
8
2015

Check out what's going on in east downtown Reno, including the Courtyard Marriott, a major clean-up on High Street, and Haberae's Urbanito project.

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Oct
5
2015

The Kings Inn is now completely gutted. You can see right through it. All of the exterior windows have been removed, leaving only support columns and the ceiling and floors. This leaves a clean slate for a variety of architectural styles.

I am hearing through the grapevine 'luxury apartments' with floor-to-ceiling glass, stained concrete floors, etc. That's just a rumor though.

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Aug
11
2015

A new brewery-bourbon distillery could transform a downtown dead-zone.

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