Demolition will be completed in three phases: asbestos abatement, interior demolition and exterior demolition. The first two phases have already begun inside the 150,000-square-foot retail location formerly known as Shoppers Square; the first visual of outside demolition will be in early October on the northwest corner of the project.
The development offers flex units ranging from 8,400 sq. ft. up to 16,800 sq. ft. and bulk industrial units from 24,000 sq. ft. to 218,775 sq. ft. The project features 30-foot clear heights in all suites, ESFR sprinklers, LED lighting, and build-to-suit office space.
"We evaluated the financial impact on our Club, as well as the impact on our facilities, our members and Montrêux homeowners, and came to the conclusion that it was in our best interests not to enter into a new agreement to host the tournament," said Tim Slapnick, president of the Montrêux board.
In the trade, the state gets what used to be the Reno Gazette Journal building, now known as the Warren Nelson Building, at 401 W. Second St. in downtown Reno. The university wants the existing historical society building next to the Planetarium for office space and also gets two undeveloped parcels nearby that are next to university property.
Government officials attending the summit included Lt. Gov. Kate Marshall, Assemblywoman Alexis Hansen (District 32), Mineral County Commissioner Chris Hegg, Mineral County District Attorney Sean Rowe, and Lyon County Manager Jeff Page.
The agency celebrates its 10th anniversary in October, according to a press release, which notes that inclusion on top-5,000 list indicates that "The Abbi Agency is not only one of the fastest-growing companies in the nation, but also one of Nevada’s top privately-owned economic performers."
The future building will feature 10,899 square feet of mixed retail space, including an available restaurant footprint with an outdoor patio. Construction began in June and is estimated to be complete by February 2020.
More than $2.4 million in state-funded equipment previously authorized for workforce development programs at Nevada colleges will remain with the schools, the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) announced this week.
Over 20 companies and individuals donated everything from backpacks, pencils and notebooks to tissues and cleaning supplies. Members of the Nevada AGC WICC presented the supplies on Aug. 9 to students and faculty at Lemelson STEM Academy, which is located at 2001 Soaring Eagle Drive in Reno.
Carol Chaplin has worked as president/CEO of the Lake Tahoe and Tahoe Douglas Visitors authorities since 2008.
Owners of Carson City’s Grocery Outlet Bargain Market since June 28, entrepreneurial millennials Tommy and Kaley Basham are settling in nicely while busily making changes to update and upgrade the store giving it their personal touch.
I-80 is the main thoroughfare between Reno and the Bay Area, with businesses throughout the greater Reno-Tahoe-Truckee region relying on smooth travel for regional truckers to deliver goods and supplies across the year.
United Federal Credit Union's Nevada team recently donated $10,000 to the Washoe County School District as part of the district’s annual Back to School administrator event.
The discount dates to 2005 and let lodging businesses apply a 2 percent discount if taxes were remitted by the 15th of each month. But the plan was never approved by the Board of Supervisors as required, according to the DA’s opinion.
Paul Nicks, who is heading the so-called "Smart 21" project, said the first meeting with the contractor was set for Monday. He said the tentative plan is to have the non-payroll portion of the HR system up and running Jan. 1, 2021, and the payroll portion online by January 2022.
Black — a heart and double lung transplant recipient who's since run four marathons — will help attendees find ways to improve their personal and professional lives and create their own roadmap to resilience.
Nevada State Bank donated $1,400 and school supplies to Communities In Schools of Western Nevada during the nonprofit’s "Fill the Bus" school supplies drive event on Aug. 2 in Reno.
HENDERSON, Nev. — The Nevada Economic Development Authority announced recently that Lt. Gov. Kate Marshall will speak as part of the kick-off to the Nevada Economic Development Conference on Aug. 26. According to a press...
Ashley Jeppson, Plant Industry division administrator for the Nevada Department of Agriculture, said the state's hemp industry started with just 26 growers — now, there are 207 certified growers, 53 handlers and 37 seed producers.
The new location is at 475 E. Greg St., Units 109, 111 and 113, in Sparks, according to an Aug. 9 news release from the Nevada State Development Corporation, which helped finance the transaction in partnership with Heritage Bank of Nevada.