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    UNR earned a Carnegie classification for Community engagement

    By Marriela Durandegui | February 3, 2020

    UNR, UNLV recognized for community engagement from Carnegie Foundation according to: Siobhan McAndrew, Reno Gazette JournalPublished 7:00 a.m. PT Jan. 31, 2020 The University of Nevada, Reno is celebrating its part in making Reno a true college town. On Friday, it was announced that UNR has received a Carnegie classification for Community Engagement. “Fundamentally, this is about... Read More

    2020 Housing Market Predictions

    By Marriela Durandegui | January 28, 2020

    Five Housing Market Predictions For 2020 according to: Fred McGill Forbes Councils Member Forbes Real Estate CouncilCOUNCIL POST | Paid Program Real Estate POST WRITTEN BY Fred McGill Fred is the Co-Founder & CEO of SimpleShowing, a residential real estate technology company based in Atlanta, GA. Photo: GETTY In 2019 we saw interest rates drop, housing... Read More

    Buying Your Retirement Home

    By Marriela Durandegui | January 25, 2020

    Should You Buy Your Retirement Home Before You Retire? according to: Kristin McKennaContributor Personal Finance Is it a good idea to buy a retirement home before you retire? GETTY When should you buy your retirement home? Buying a retirement home too early could be short-sighted, despite long-term intentions. Whether you’re in your 30s or 60s,... Read More

    Reno Public Market

    By Marriela Durandegui | January 20, 2020

    Food truck pioneer reveals the local food that could go into Reno Public Market according to: Johnathan L. Wright, Reno Gazette JournalPublished 8:00 a.m. PT Jan. 20, 2020 | Updated 9:50 a.m. PT Jan. 20, 2020 Panera need not apply. Nor any other national chains folks go ga-ga for when those chains arrive (or are... Read More

    Container Apartments

    By Marriela Durandegui | January 14, 2020

    Here’s an inside look at Midtown Reno’s first high-end shipping container apartments   1 of 17 Gallery: A photo tour of Midtown Reno’s first shipping container apartments A look at Marmot Properties’ finished shipping container apartment project on Holcomb and Moran in Reno’s Midtown district on Jan. 8, 2020. Jason Hidalgo, Reno Gazette JournalPublished 3:29... Read More

    Grassroots Books

    By Marriela Durandegui | January 13, 2020

    This Enormous Warehouse Of Books In Nevada, Grassroots Books, Will Be Your New Favorite Destination According to: Nevada January 12, 2020 by Emerson For book nerds, there isn’t anything lovelier than spending the day perusing one of our state’s amazing bookshops. Nevada is home to some great places to pick up both new and used books,... Read More

    New Project at the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center

    By Marriela Durandegui | January 9, 2020

    $150M project aims to bring gym, restaurants, services to Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center according to: Jason Hidalgo, Reno Gazette JournalPublished 6:00 a.m. PT Jan. 7, 2020 | Updated 10:22 a.m. PT Jan. 9, 2020 If you build a huge commercial center in the largest industrial park in the United States, will the services come? A group... Read More

    Have You Visited Any Of These Restos ?

    By Marriela Durandegui | January 6, 2020

    11 best Reno restaurants to open so far in 2019 Johnathan L. Wright, Reno Gazette JournalPublished 7:00 a.m. PT Nov. 12, 2019 | Updated 10:32 a.m. PT Nov. 15, 2019 We’re not there yet. The restaurant scene in Reno needs more of everything — from true Japanese (not AYCE!) to regional Mexican, from Middle Eastern... Read More

    Cool & Calming Nevada Hikes

    By Marriela Durandegui | January 3, 2020

      according to:Nevada January 03, 2020 by Emerson 7 Cool And Calming Hikes To Take In Nevada To Help You Reflect On The Year Ahead There’s no off-season here in Nevada when it comes to adventure. There’s simply an abundance of great outdoor opportunities to check out in our state, even during the winter season!... Read More

    Virginia St. Project moves Northward

    By Marriela Durandegui | January 2, 2020

    January 2020 Virginia Street reconstruction update: Midtown Reno project moves north according to: Benjamin Spillman, Reno Gazette JournalPublished 6:00 a.m. PT Jan. 2, 2020 The reconstruction of Virginia Street in Reno’s Midtown will move north in the New Year. On Monday workers on the project that’s updating the street and widening the sidewalks will extend... Read More