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Summer has finally arrived! There are so many wonderful and diverse events all summer long in the Reno-Sparks and Lake Tahoe region. We put together some of our favorites and the list got a little long. What can we say, living in northern Nevada is exciting! 

 

The Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s

Now - September 2022

The Lake Tahoe summer concert series in not to be missed. Hosting some of music’s names in its 4,000-seat amphitheater, this iconic Tahoe venue is right on the water’s edge. This summer’s series includes Norah Jones. Kenny Chesney, Dave Matthews Band, Jack Johnson, and more. 

 

Reno is Artown

The month of July

Reno transforms into Artown during the entire month of July! Enjoy exciting and engaging art-centric

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Breaking ground in Reno, the Kimpton hotel is slated to open in 2025.

 

Las Vegas-based CAI investments has chosen the Biggest Little City for its next property investment. With properties in other states like Arizona and Florida, CAI is also working on two big projects in the downtown core of Reno. 

 

CAI is also renovating the former Harrah’s Reno hotel-casino into a mixed-use residential and commercial project that will later be known as the Reno City Center. The project already has Clear Capital promised as its first major office tenant and just opened a new Starbucks. Construction continues to move forward and the first residential units should be open sometime this year. 

 

“I mean, Las Vegas doesn’t have a Kimpton,” CAI CEO Chris

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Economic and demographic factors often play a large role in the achievement of the American Dream of owning a home. Millions have this common goal, however the economy can be a limiting or improving factor. Even with a recent pandemic, the United States homeownership rate stood at 65.5% in 2021.

 

ZeroDown, a real estate platform, analyzed data from the Census Bureau’s Housing Vacancies and Homeownership Survey to determine which states have had the highest growth in homeownership over the past ten years. To break any ties, data from 2021 was used. 

 

The homeownership rate is defined as the share of houses in the state that are owner-occupied as opposed to being rented or operated as an investment property. The numbers below are actually

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Chow down at the third annual Reno Food Week, kicking off on June 1. 

 

Join over 50 local bars, restaurants, and more as they serve up special, off-menu food and drinks for an entire week of delicious fun.

 

Local organizer Hungry in Reno is back to coordinate the event and encouraging locals and visitors to enjoy a variety of dining and drinking spots in town. Many of the hot spots will be donating a portion of their special menu sales to local charities. Some of the places on the list include Mari Chuy’s Mexican Kitchen, Noble Pie, Wild River Grille, Wonder Aleworks, and many more. 

 

You can even book a small, private tour that includes bar and restaurant stops at four places in Downtown, Midtown, or the Brewery District. Purchase

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The Reno Jazz Festival took the stage by storm with a triumphant return to the stage this April. 

First formed in 1962, the festival has welcomed thousands of budding young musicians to the University of Nevada, Reno. Three full days of jazz performance, workshops, concerts, and coaching keep entertainers and the entertained alike well occupied during the festival’s duration.

This year’s event was smaller than its usual 8,000 person plus attendance list. The festival was packed with content and artistry, offering more than 15 workshops on a range of jazz related artists. Students are taught by some of the country’s leading jazz artists and educators. 

“60 years is no small achievement and much gratitude and credit are due to all those that

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The food and drink scene in Reno-Tahoe is constantly evolving and there is no shortage of delicious dining options from a myriad of cuisines. Since the new year, there have been many new developments and hot spots so we put together a list of four we think you should try.

Midtown Wine Spirits & Bites

Just opened in February, a new live music lounge and bar has taken over in Midtown in the space formerly known at Midtown Wine Bar. Aptly named Midtown Wine Spirits & Bites, the new lounge is owned by two Nugget casino execs-Amanda Flangas and her partner, Anthony Layton-Mathews. Some of the acts the will be featured will be those that performed at Midtown Wine Bar including jazz-blues musicians Major Nelson and Rick Metz. The new spot is open seven

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With the highest concentration of ski resorts in North America, it’s no wonder Reno-Tahoe is home to so many Winter Olympic athletes. For the third straight winter event, local athletes won a region-best four medals. This year, Reno’s David Wise won the silver medal in the ski halfpipe, to add to this previous collection of two gold medals.

Northern Lake Tahoe played host to the 1960 Olympic Games in Squaw Valley, one of the largest ski areas in the United States. The popular landmark has served as inspiration for everyday skiers and local Olympic hopefuls. Since the games, visitors have come to ski at Palisades Lake Tahoe Ski Resort on the mountain that Olympians jumped in the 60’s and to see the tribute sign with the Olympics Rings near the ski

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How will luxury sales trends change this year?

The 2021 Luxury Trends report has arrived and what a year it was. The luxury real estate buying boom, which started in 2020, grew frantic in 2021. In both years, luxury buyers headed to less populated areas to escape pandemic fears and restrictions and gain some much needed space while spending a lot of their time at home. 

Read on for all of the latest details!

What's Ahead for Luxury Sales:

  • Low standing inventory which will continue to increase (or maintain) prices
  • New construction for luxury homes will be hampered by supply chain issues, rising cost of materials, and labor shortages
  • Most, but not all, luxury buyers will want a move-in ready home with little to no remodeling or updating
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The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has announced that Team USA will play at the Reno Events Center for the 2022 Davis Cup qualifier against Colombia. The competition will take place March 4 – 5 and be the very first Davis Cup match in Reno as well as the first in Nevada since 1995. In fact, the only time that the competition has taken place in the Silver State was when the U.S. and Sweden played at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas 17 years ago.

A Davis Cup event is an international showcase of some of the world’s best tennis players and is viewed as the World Cup of men’s tennis. The competition is the largest international team play in world sport with almost 150 nations participating every year. The upcoming qualifier is a best-of-five match

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2021 has been a wild ride for all of us, but in the midst of so many changes many new restaurants made their debut in Reno and Sparks. New places serving Thai food, beer, empanadas, Detroit-style pizza and juicy burgers are just some of the culinary additions to Northern Nevada this year.

Here’s a look at some of the new eateries here in town:

  • Beline Carniceria & Deli opened this spring, quickly earning a reputation for its weighty, cheese-packed tortas and birria, a traditional Mexican stew that the deli has transformed into a beefy torta and cup of soup for dipping and drinking. The deli also features different cuts of meat, Mexican spices, sauces, drinks and snacks for you to try your Mexican cooking skills at home.
  • Yu De Thai in Sparks
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