The economic crisis that followed pandemic shutdowns didn’t immediately cause higher vacancy rates or lower rents in apartment complexes around Reno and Sparks.
Environmental assessments and mixed-income housing are part of a plan by the City of Reno to leverage $600,000 in federal grant dollars.
A new affordable housing complex for seniors began accepting resident applications this week to prepare for leasing, which is slated to start this summer.
Developers in Reno believe that a substantial portion of renters now want to continue renting for a long time, and a handful of new complexes are being designed to meet the specific needs of that group.
Katie Di Lillo Coombs weighs in on housing and development controversies in the Truckee Meadows.