Plans for a pedestrian-friendly mix of housing, restaurants, shops and offices were unveiled Wednesday by the team that will redevelop the former site of Park Lane Mall.
The plan unveiled to the Reno City Council calls for work to begin next spring on the first phase, which includes two distinct neighborhoods with 725 total residential units. The buildings would include five-story wrap structures as well as urban-garden apartments. Homes would range from studios to three-bedroom units.
That first phase would be followed by construction of 110,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, 100,000 square feet of offices and another 510 five story wrap units. All the buildings will be framed within extensive landscaping and green spaces.
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