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Tide flowing into Spanish Springs

After years of work to find the right location, the owners of the Flowing Tide Pub are finally bringing their tavern concept to the burgeoning and underserved Spanish Springs market.

Industry Focus: After 3 generations, Reyman Bros. still bringing value to their work

When Gatlon Reyman, preconstruction manager at Reyman Bros. Construction, was in high school, he decided to enter a speech and debate competition. Although his initial attempts fell flat, he persevered — and eventually won his first debate.

Industry Focus: Public-private partnership bringing College of Business to reality

Steel has topped out on the new front door to University of Nevada, Reno. The College of Business building going up at UNR’s Mathewson Gateway District celebrated in late April its topping out ceremony, with the last piece of structural steel flown into place by crane.

Industry Focus: Construction slows, but normalized market conditions returns

The days of hoarding hundreds of rolls of toilet paper are long gone, and that resetting of consumer demand after the pandemic is creating fundamental shifts on Northern Nevada’s industrial market.

Leggera Development bringing 83-unit townhomes to Spanish Springs

Las Vegas-based Leggera Development will break ground in early May on an 83-unit townhome project that’s at the front door of the master-planned Five Ridges development off Highland Ranch Parkway in Spanish Springs.

Powerhouse Reno law firm celebrates 75 years

McDonald Carano employs 75 in Reno, including 26 attorneys, as well as another 65 people in its Las Vegas office, which opened in 1982. The firm also has an office in Carson City.

After 30 years, Bully’s sold to Vegas businessman

Jo Lown took control of the business near the end of 2009 when Bully’s was 14 days into chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.

Panasonic Energy and Truckee Meadows Community College unveil advanced manufacturing center in Reno

66 lithium-ion battery cells per second. 5.5 million per day. 2 billion per year.

Dennis Banks Construction preparing for the next 40 years

Longtime Reno general contractor Dennis Banks is approaching retirement age for some people, but Banks isn’t quite ready to begin writing the final chapters of his lengthy construction career.

Plumb Lane retail site under development by Industrial Realty Group

Los Angeles-based developer Industrial Realty Group is adding to the redevelopment of the greater Midtown area with a new 4,500 square feet retail building on East Plumb Lane.

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