Park Lane, a dynamic revival of the old Park Lane Mall property, is being designed to become the new city center. Close to everything that matters, it encompasses 46 acres and is just minutes from downtown, midtown and airport. View More >
Rancharrah, formerly the private estate of casino magnate Bill Harrah, is one of the most unique and prime pieces of real estate in Reno. Comprised of 141 acres, this masterplanned community will include up to 691 luxury homes including custom, single-family, condos, townhomes and stacked flats. View More >
Located within the city limits of Reno, yet in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, this 783-acre mixed use development is the gateway to Reno from California. Situated just 8 minutes from Downtown Reno and 26 minutes from Truckee, CA. View More >
Tahoe Reno Industrial Center (TRIC)
Situated near the intersection of Britain Drive and USA Parkway, the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center (TRIC) has become the gateway to Tesla’s Gigafactory. Reno Land Inc. has three separate commercial property opportunities that are currently available and zoned for the following: 4.5 acres for hotel, 1.8 acres for restaurant and 6.02 acres for storage. Located at TRIC’s entrance for easy access to I-80, the hotel and restaurant properties can be developed for use as a hotel, fast food pads and some flex office space. The storage facility is expected to be used by companies located in TRIC or for companies constructing facilities in and around the area. View More >
Adjacent to The Summit outdoor shopping center near Mt. Rose Hwy and I-580, the Sierra Summit property will feature a 584-unit apartment complex – Inova Luxury Apartments. This property will be the first of its kind in Northern Nevada View More >
The Nation's Hottest New Market
Reno, Nevada is poised for unprecedented growth with the relocation of over 75 new companies. The biggest stories included high-tech industry growth involving Tesla's Gigafactory, Google's 1,200-acre land purchase, and Apple's new warehouse.
Reno Land Inc. is reimaging the city of Reno with their own brand of design-based development. Led by a group of experienced real estate developers and entrepreneurs, the mission of Reno Land Inc. (RLI) is to develop and build notable residential communities and commercial properties throughout the region, and in turn, create desirable places for people from all walks of life to live, work, shop and play.
Over the last three decades, the principles of RLI have acquired land and developed housing throughout some of the most desired locations in Northern Nevada, California and Idaho. Combined, they have successfully undertaken over 30 residential, multi-family, commercial and industrial projects totaling more than 5,000 units and over four million square feet of mixed use, urban infill, commercial and industrial developments.
Reimagining The City
Managing Partner of RLI. Bowlby’s expertise is in financing, land acquisition, product design, product re-positioning and marketing of residential projects. Bowlby was also the Managing Partner for Monterey Development Group and Monterey Development Advisors where he spearheaded multi-million dollar residential, multi-family and commercial projects. He previously served as the Director of Sales, Marketing, Land Acquisition and Product Development for New Cities Development Group, a large residential real estate developer. Bowlby was also President of Bowlby and Company, Inc., and was the Regional Vice President of Property Management Operations and Acquisition for a national single-family and multi-residential builder. He is currently a member of the board of trustees for EDAWN (Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada) and is based in Reno, Nevada.
Poised for Unprecedented Growth
Why Develop in Reno?
Reno is taking the nation by storm; ranking number one for the high start-up density in it's MSA class, third for the most business-friendly tax climate and ninth in nation's top 100 best places to live. This substantial growth has led to unprecedented demand. Recently released data by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics shows that economic conditions in the Reno-Sparks metro continued to improve along with the housing market. According to Economic Forecast research, by 2020 Reno will have 69,000 new jobs and an increase population over 100,000. They are also projecting 50,000 new housing units will need to be built - approximately 10,000 housing units per year for the next 5 years.
Expected to cost $5 billion and employ 6,500 people, Tesla's Gigafactory owns 3,000 acres and is considered one of the biggest economic impacts in Reno-Sparks recent memory. Google purchased a large piece of land near Tesla and the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center for $29.1 million. Additionally, Apple is breaking ground on a new $4 million warehouse in downtown Reno and plans to continue for a $1 billion expansion of their data center. Most recently, Blockchains, LLC purchased 67,000+ acres of land in the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center, nearly buying-out the Center. The site will house their headquarters and other important facilities.