The original sign of Park Lane Mall will have a home in the Park Lane multi-use development.
From left, City of Reno At Large Council Member David Bobzien; Par Tolles of Tolles Development; Shirley Folkins-Roberts of Panattoni Development; and Kurt Stitser of Realm Constructors sat on the June 26 panel, while Don Tatro, executive director of the Builders Association of Northern Nevada, served as moderator.
Members of the Reno + Sparks Chamber of Commerce conducted a ribbon cutting of the new Behavioral Health Center at Saint Mary’s on June 26 with Helen Lidholm, CEO of Saint Mary’s Hospital; Mayor Hilary Schieve; and Reno City Councilwoman Naomi Duerr.
Dana Bennett, right, is president of the Nevada Mining Association. She spoke June 13 at the Churchill Economic Development Authority’s Business Council monthly breakfast.
Breadware CEO Daniel Price presents on the company's Mega-B Bread Board at a recent tradeshow. Breadware moved its headquarters from Santa Barbara to Reno in April 2017.
An aerial view of the planned Village at Rancharrah mixed-use project.
This schematic shows the 48,000-square-foot development planned for Double R and Damonte Ranch boulevards.
Phase 2 of LogistiCenter at 395, located in Reno, is under construction. LogistiCenter at 395 is a three-phase, master-planned industrial park. When complete, this park will encompass five buildings and a total of 2.8 million square feet of industrial space. Read about the state of the region's commercial real estate market on page 33 of this month's NNBV.
The North Valley Commerce Center Buildings B and A-1, developed by Panattoni Development, is a 2-building project totaling 1,060,617 square feet. It recently sold for $81 million.
LogistiCenter at I-80, located west of Reno on the California border, is a four-building industrial park, with Building 1 and Building 2 complete and fully leased. Building 3 and Building 4 have recently began construction.
Courtney Meredith speaks about the intersection of marketing and marijuana at the July 12 panel, while Will Adler, middle, and Bill Anderson listen.
Thoran Towler presents on employment law in Nevada during the July 12 event at the Atlantis.
Bill Anderson, left, makes a point during the July 12 Breakfast & Business event, while Patrick Carr looks on.
Switch's SuperNAP data center shown under construction in 2016.
A look from afar at Tesla's Gigafactory 1 in Storey County as part of the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center, which could be part of a potentially growing international market for Northern Nevada.
Chancellor Dr. Thom Reilly, right, listens to public comments on whether an acting or interim president of Western Nevada College in September 2017.
File - This April 10, 2014, file photo shows a male sage grouse trying to impress a group of hens.
A proposed indoor events center is seen in this artist rendering. The estimated cost for the building in Stateline is up to $90 million.
Nevada Industry Excellence members gather at their office at the UNR Innevation Center. Pictured, left to right, are administrative assistant Alisa Kader, project manager Martin Potnick, financial manager Rhonda Hohenstein, director Mark Anderson, and project manager Rhea Gustafson. Not pictured: project manager Stacy Rutherford.
The proposed layout for the Dorms on Sage Street housing project.
Units at Harvest in Damonte Ranch range in size from 820 to 1,504 square feet, with rents averaging between $1,500 and $2,500 a month.
Phase 1 of Harvest at Damonte Ranch (seen here) is 100 percent leased, and Phase 2 is expected to wrap up in October, bringing online an extra 182 apartment units.
Breadware, an IoT product development startup located in Reno, qualified for R&D Tax Credits, as its business model is centered around research and development.
Tesla operates the massive Gigafactory 1 at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center east of Reno, seen here.
McKenzie Properties is building a 41,000-square-foot building at the south end of Kietzke Lane.
Office vacancy rates in Downtown Reno (including locations such as 50 W. Liberty St., seen here) were at 11.25 percent during the first quarter of 2018.
Office layouts are changing to more open and collaborative spaces, but building owners are hard-pressed to find regional contractors willing to take on smaller tenant improvement projects.
A group of beachgoers on hole No. 17 on July 14, led by Kings Beach resident Josh Crummy, far right, show off their makeshift margarita blender — a power drill.
The "Grow with Google" event in Reno will include a full day of trainings, workshops, boot camps, access to tools, one-one-coaching and more.
Google's "Grow with Google" initiative is focused on helping drive economic opportunities in cities across the United States. Google will visit Reno on Monday, Aug. 6, at the Nevada Museum of Art. Pictured is a recent "Grow with Google" event in Cleveland.
The Robert Maloff Center in South Lake Tahoe, home to the Barton Center for Orthopedics & Wellness, celebrated its official grand opening on July 12.
The new center was originally supposed to open in August 2016, but heavy snowfall in winter 2016-17 set the opening back close to one year.
The new 26,000-foot facility boasts some of physical therapy’s newest rehab tools and a state-of-the-art workout area, among other amenities.
Ribbon Cutting: Marking a new era for health care in the region, Barton Health Chairman of the Board, Kirk Ledbetter, donor and philanthropist, Lisa Maloff and Barton Health President & CEO, Dr. Clint Purvance cut the ribbon at the Robert Maloff Center grand opening yesterday (from left to right).
This property is located at 1968 Glenbrook House Road in Glenbrook, Nevada.
This property is located at 3115 Jameson Beach Road in South Lake Tahoe, California.
Hadley said record sales are on the rise thanks to their newfound trendiness among millennials.
A look down South Wells Avenue in Reno, which has a high density of Hispanic-owned businesses.
Experts don't see the expansion of legal sports betting having much of an impact on Lake Tahoe casinos.
Nate Riffle, left, and Jerry Seagreaves co-own The Hangar, a new craft beer taproom located along the Upper Truckee River.
Small Batch Sauce Co. currently makes a BBQ sauce and two flavors of enchilada sauce, but they hope to expand the line down the road.
Erik Castaneda and Andy Brimm started selling their small batch sauces out of Incline Village in January.
As of June 2018, there are 116 licensed cultivators, 80 producers and 61 dispensaries in Nevada.
Polaris, founded in 1954 in Minnesota, manufactures and markets a variety of all-terrain vehicles.
Bridget Ayling, director of the Great Basin Center for Geothermal Energy and an associate professor with the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, holds core samples from the FORGE project site this year.
A generic paper based proposal/design that has been stamped "Approved" in large diagonal red text.
The historical Cutthroat Saloon of Markleeville was returned to its original name after being purchased by new owners.
Bartender Beth Harrison works at the Shoe Tree Brewing Co. in Carson City, Nev., on Wednesday, May 2, 2018. The brewery, opened in March 2017, typically has 10-13 beers available at any time. Photo by Cathleen Allison/Nevada Momentum
Brothers Jeff and Paul Young opened Shoe Tree Brewing Co. in Carson City. The brewery promotes what they describe as “the most unique and diverse rail in Carson City.” Photo by Cathleen Allison/Nevada Momentum
Brothers Jeff, left, and Paul Young opened Shoe Tree Brewing Co. in Carson City. The brewery promotes what they describe as “the most unique and diverse rail in Carson City.” Photo by Cathleen Allison/Nevada Momentum
Work continues on the Bently Heritage site in Minden on the afternoon of July 11.
Dr. Robert Watson opened Sierra Ketamine Clinics, located in south Reno, with Dr. Brett Frey last fall. Since, the clinic has treated a couple hundred patients for pain and mental health conditions, Dr. Watson said.
Ketamine, pictured here, is growing in popularity to treat mental health conditions as an alternate to common antidepressants.
These raw statistics provided by Chase International for the Truckee market compare the first half of 2018 (left column) to the same timeframe from 2017 (right column).
These raw statistics provided by Chase International for the Lake Tahoe region compare the first half of 2018 (left column) to the same timeframe from 2017 (right column).
These raw statistics provided by Chase International for Northern Nevada compare the first half of 2018 (left column) to the same timeframe from 2017 (right column).
The Reno + Sparks Chamber of Commerce and the Latin American Chamber of Business announced their merger on June 26. From left: Taylor Russo, Luis Jacquez, Ann Silver, Andres Garcia, Emma Guzman, Felipe Estrada, Silvia Diaz and Angela Medina.
Illustration: Courtesy Michelle Tibma Marketing & Graphic Design