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Park Lane Development Plans Unveiled

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Park Lane Building
Park Lane Building
Rendering courtesy of Reno Land Inc.

The former site of Park Lane Mall has been in flux, but developers today unveiled more plans for the property at Plumb Lane and Virginia Street. The development will be a pedestrian-friendly, live-work, multi-use space with a 170-room hotel and a food hall called The Market Hall.

“For the past year, together with Lyon Living, we’ve been working toward raising the bar on our design and bringing to life our vision of a new lifestyle in Reno,” said Chip Bowlby, president and CEO of Reno Land Inc.

The development will incorporate renewable energy, and The Market Hall will have fresh produce, grab-and-go meals, groceries, artisanal bread, pastries and coffee.

“Working on a parcel like Park Lane is a dream come true. Here, we have 46 acres to create something truly special for Reno,” said Nate Johnson, a Lyon Living, a partner on the project.

Construction of the backbone infrastructure is complete. Phase one of construction, which includes four residential buildings, starts this year. Residents are expected to move in by the end of 2020 or early 2021.

Construction on phase two will begin in late 2019. Phase two includes retail space, the hotel, and The Market Hall. More residential space will be constructed in 2020 with a finish date sometime in 2023.

There will be about 600 units going up in Phase 1, with more to come later. Units are about 860 square feet on average. Pricing information is not yet available.

SOURCE: Reno Land Inc. / The Abbi Agency

UPDATE: this story has been updated with the number of units being built.

Park Lane development plans



Thomas Lane April 1, 2019 - 9:52 pm


I agree, Virginia Street should be widened. Down near the summit, Reno planners acquired land for 8 lanes for Virginia Street. But that’s tougher up north due to expensive eminent domain issues.

In terms of density, I favor low density, such as Sharlands Terrace in NW Reno, which is set back at least 60 feet from the street with native landscaping.

I favor expanding the city limits of Reno over BLM lands, in order to keep density low.

I also favor buil

Roseann Roback April 1, 2019 - 11:26 am

I agree with Ms Wright. Additional wear and tear, and added weight of commercial vehicles traveling through the area will result in additional damage to surrounding streets, sewers, etc. and needs to be taken into account before construction begins. . Noise restrictions and light pollution could be addressed also.

Vicki Carlson March 29, 2019 - 10:19 am

Are these units rentals or can we purchase as a condominium?

Charnelle Wright March 29, 2019 - 9:12 am

I think the development on the former Park Lane Mall is too dense. The surrounding steets of Virginia and Plumb Lane are already too narrow. I think the developers should be required to either widen the access roads or reduce the planned density. The Market Place sounds exciting but, will also add to the congestion. We are seeing high density housing being built all around Reno without improving the ingress and egress.

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