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Jul
14
2015

A lot is coming to Midtown. Check it out!

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Jun
17
2015

A company called Urbanito LLC, of whom Pamela Haberman is listed as an officer of Haberae fame, just snatched up 400/490 Mill Street, the run-down commercial buildings with a lot of potential and a suite of old homes, from Ryder Homes.

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Jun
1
2015

The City of Reno will release details about a multi-year plan to zero in on the Virginia Lake water quality issue at a public meeting to be held on Tuesday, June 2, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. on the first floor of City Hall.

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Jun
1
2015

Marmot Properties Acquires Another Complex, Begins Marmoting

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May
25
2015

I've been friends with blogger Mike McGonagle for years now, but few know how involved he actually is with the resurgence of Midtown.

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May
21
2015

The "Jack Bacon" building, located at 516 South Virginia, the terminus of California Avenue at Virginia Street, has been purchased by the former owners of Little House On Center Street, Alex and Esmeralda Long, and will become a restaurant with a focus on seafood, hopefully by August 1st.

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May
7
2015

Out and About in Midtown.

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Apr
16
2015

The El Cortez's cheesy awning is now completely removed. Check it out, looks great!

 

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Apr
10
2015

El Cortez's hideous awning that doesn't match the building at all, is coming down, much to the delight of Noble Pie Parlor owners Trevor Leppek and Ryan 'Pie Face' Goldhammer.

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Apr
2
2015

So the word on the street is Siegel Group is demolishing the current awnings over the retail businesses on the first floor, and is looking at two options moving forward.

I also can't wait to see what they come up with for window options, since the Historical Resources Commission recommended they come up with window replacements that have a bit more of a historical feel than 1970s style slider windows.

 

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