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Downtown Reno

Welcome to the Downtown neighborhood in Reno, Nevada, where there’s something for nearly everyone. Most of downtown living is in our wonderful luxury high-rise buildings. They each offer something different and have all the amenities you would expect of luxury high-rise living. The 360-degree views of the valley make waking up and looking out your window even more special.

Home values range from the regional median price to over $1 million for a Penthouse with a view. There are not many truly walkable neighborhoods in Reno, but downtown is by far the best. There are several downtown residents who have gone “car-less” and love it!

Entertainment options are plentiful, all within walking distance in the neighborhood. From gaming at the casinos to concerts and events at the Downtown Reno Events Center, The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts and Wingfield Park, there is something to do every night in Downtown Reno.

Along the Truckee River, walking the Riverwalk District is not only fun but beautiful. There is local art and sculpture all over downtown with many sculptures obtained from Burning Man festivals over the years. While you’re out and about downtown, be sure to check out the Nevada Museum of Art, the only accredited art museum in the state and winner of more accolades than we can count. Beyond the amazing art it brings to town the museum offers art classes, monthly social events and the beautiful Sky Room to host your most special events. Chez Louie, the restaurant inside the museum, is run by our favorite local chef and has the best Sunday brunch in town.

Outdoor enthusiasts won’t be left behind either. The clean, clear and beautiful Truckee River that runs through downtown offers spectacular fly fishing. If you’re into freestyle kayaking, you’ll love the half mile of Class 2 and 3 rapids plus the 11 drop-pools in the Whitewater Park.

Meeting up with friends? Locals and visitors alike can be found enjoying a refreshing beverage at The Eddy or The Depot before heading for a bite to eat at Campo or the locally famous Louis’ Basque Corner. After dinner, it’s a quick walk to Greater Nevada Field for catching a Triple-A Reno Aces baseball game or a Reno 1868 FC Soccer match.

Getting around couldn’t be easier with close access to the freeways, a regional mass transit hub and the Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

There are so many reasons to love Downtown Reno. We invite you to consider this neighborhood if you’re moving to the area.


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