In the COVID era of rising material costs and massive project delays, companies that use non-traditional building materials may have a leg up on the competition.
In Northern Nevada, Washoe County saw gaming revenues hit $88.4 million, an increase of 26.7 percent from June 2019. Reno casinos contributed $64.5 million to the total.
Rob Hooper reflects on his role as CEO of the NNDA the past 12 years, an era that saw grandiose economic development gains on the heels of the Great Recession.
This book is perfect for when life gets a little hairy, whether at home at your business, writes Terri Schlichenmeyer.
Regional office brokers say the Northern Nevada office sector is nearing a semblance of normalcy, although some companies are still navigating the aftereffects of work from home trends.
The Mountain family, recent Vegas-to-Reno transplants, have established Slieve Brewing Company — Slieve means “A Mountain” in Irish Gaelic, a nod to their family roots.
The Carson Valley Medical Center foundation has started a campaign to raise almost $5 million for a new cancer center as part of CVMC's $40 million expansion project.
Winners of the Hugh Henne Investment Competition will be afforded the opportunity to compete in the annual Rotman International Trading Competition in Toronto.
A dearth of multifamily deals has professional investors adjusting their strategies and pursuing different avenues to deploy investment funds and gain a foothold in the Reno-Sparks market.
The bulk of the current COVID-19 surge in Nevada remains concentrated in Clark County, though other counties have started to see recent case increases as well.
Mark your calendars and be High Sierra Industries' guest Saturday, October 9, 2021, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at 555 Reactor Way in Reno.
From the July 2011 archives: "This month, gold cracked $1,600 an ounce, a run-up that is squeezing both jewelers and customers."
The sheer scope of Victory Logistics District, currently under construction in Fernley, is drawing interest from large national tenants that likely would create a “critical mass” once they begin planting their flags in Northern Nevada.
"Pent-up demand and a significant increase in savings will fuel accelerated growth in the second half of 2021."
In Reno-Sparks, even before the pandemic, finding enough qualified people to place into open jobs was an issue, said Celeste Johnson, CEO of The Applied Companies.