Patagonia Headed to Downtown Reno!

by Mike Van Houten / Aug 3, 2016

A permit has been filed for 130 South Center Street, the newly renovated Hudson Building, and guess what may be going in? A Patagonia! 

According to the permit:


The permit is valued at a little over $83,000. Looks like downtown's retail surge continues, with West Elm also opening soon as well. 

The lease was brokered by Brian Egan from Egan Commercial Real Estate, who owns the property. 

Official Release: 

This November, after two decades of business in its current location (8550 White Fir St), Patagonia is moving their Reno Outlet to downtown Reno (130 South Center St). The Outlet is moving in order to provide additional childcare space for their Distribution Center’s employees. 130 South Center is the original Hudson Motor Car Company facility and was last occupied by Machabee Office Environments. Patagonia will be the historical building’s third renter.

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  • August 3, 2016 - 9:46:47 AM

    Excellent news to add to the retail options downtown. Hopefully we can get a lot of out-of-towners spending money at these places too. Really like Patagonia gear (at the outlet prices!) and their ties to the local community. They've repaired numerous articles of clothing for my family over the years. Absolutely hope that the outlet at their warehouse stays opens for the locals.

  • August 3, 2016 - 9:42:05 PM

    The new location will replace the outlet in the distribution center. The current location is being turned into an onsite childcare facility for the Patagonia employees. Pretty awesome.

  • August 4, 2016 - 1:33:17 PM

    this is awesome news. I hope they have sense enough to replace that horrific guardrail/handrail. Probably cost the developers a whole hundred bucks to put that thing in.

  • August 4, 2016 - 4:17:00 PM

    The banister probably was to bring it to code and that's it. The tenants can surely replace it if they want and there may even be a build out allowance for them to use to make such improvements. Why spend a ton of money putting in an ornate banister when the first tenant may not even like/want it? In this case, Patagonia is an outdoor company and plain wood look might be perfect for what they want.

  • August 5, 2016 - 10:28:56 AM

    I think I read on the facebook post that they decided they don't need the loft and will likely remove it.