The 192-unit Westlook Resort Living Apartments complex at 4275 W. 4th St. in Reno opened for leasing earlier this month. This luxury apartment project, led by Phoenix-based real estate company Ensemble Real Estate Investments, is the first of two developments in the area the company has partnered on with Reno-based firm S3 Development, according to a Dec. 2 press release. “Our goal was to design a resort-style community to feature the best of mountain and city living to minimize environmental impact and to maximize luxury and convenience,” Tyson Sayles, a principal for Ensemble Real Estate Investments, said in a statement. “We strived to build a community that brings neighbors together by way of unique amenities while also including spaces for retreat and relaxation.”
S3 Development CEO Blake Smith previously said the project cost upwards of $40 million to construct. Work began in 2019; Reno-based Aspen Earthworks did grading work, while Katerra of Menlo Park, Calif., served as general contractor. Westlook sits on an 8-plus acre site that includes a clubhouse, business and fitness center, package center, a resort style swimming pool and a dog park, among other amenities. It’s managed by Cushman Wakefield and is leasing 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments.
A look inside one of the Westlook units.
“Our floorplans are designed to effectively blend comfort and solitude while creating a vibrant community,” said Sayles. “With its views and proximity to scenic hiking trails, boutique shopping and extensive dining experiences, Westlook is central to an authentic Reno experience.” Monthly rental rates range from $1,535 to $1,790 for 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom units; $1,925 to $2,625 for 2-bed, 2-bath units; and $2,435 to $2,735 for 3-bed, 3-bath units, according to the Westlook website. Square footages range from the low end of 624 for 1-bed units to 1,325 for 3-bed units. S3 and Ensemble are also partners on the mixed-use Keysone Commons project under construction at Keystone Avenue and 5th Street, which will includes 302 apartment units, a four-story parking garage and new retail space.