Griffith Company purchases entire second floor in downtown Reno’s Palladio Building

Vince Griffith owner of the Reno Land & Cattle Company investment company firm announced that he has purchased the 6,000 square foot second floor in the Palladio building on the Truckee River in the heart of downtown Reno.

“I am working to convert 1,000 square feet of it for my Reno Engineering Company office and lease out the rest, said Griffith. “In fact, I have already signed a lease with Snaggle Tooth Studio for 1,300 square feet and I have several other companies seriously interested in leasing additional space. I think there is so much interest because of the location and the amenities the Palladio offers.”

Griffith is a University of Nevada, Reno graduate. His Reno Engineering Company, is extensively involved in the management and master planning of the Double Diamond Ranch/South Meadows Business Park and the massive 107,000 acre Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center. Specifically he is responsible for the engineering designs that include roadway, flood control, water, sewer, storm drain, rail and interchange projects.

Snaggle Tooth Studio’s president is Ben Hoffman who has decades of experience in video and motion graphics specializing in designing video games. Previously he worked for International Game Technology creating unique signature games for slot machines.

The Palladio is a 12-story development offering eight floors of condominium residences. Below the 5th floor is commercial property such as shops and restaurants. There is a pool and spa on the top floor.

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