NEIGHBORHOOD – OVERVIEW

Here comes the neighborhood.

Exceptional cities begin with exceptional neighborhoods. Neighborhoods that dare to dream. Neighborhoods that dare to do.

The West 2nd District is that kind of neighborhood.

As Reno’s first mixed-use neighborhood and a cornerstone of the city’s urban reboot, ingenuity and expertise will define this pioneering zone. By employing breakthrough strategies in design, engineering, construction, and environmental systems, we’re creating a game-changing new culture place.

A place of wellness, efficiency, togetherness, and sustainability.

Slide to see current and proposed final phases of project.

Community built by community.

We’re building the West 2nd District one common-sense piece at a time, as the market allows, as the community desires, minimizing risks and maximizing transparency. So, rather than fretting the project’s complexity, why not take a deep, optimistic breath and join us on this historic journey? Because West 2nd is more than a place, it’s a community process.

30 New Buildings* | 2,000 Residences
Inspired Art & Public Spaces | Two Hotel Sites
750,000 sq. ft. of Office & Commercial Space
5,000 Parking Spaces
Central Plant Heating & Cooling | Organic Water Reclamation

*Subject to change

WEST SECOND DISTRICT MAP

Developing with Care.

The West 2nd District mindfully integrates with, and reactivates, its surrounding historical and architectural environs. The approximately 17-acre neighborhood is planned along the Truckee River on the west side of Reno’s downtown.

360 Panoramic VR view of West 2nd District

Skyroom Level – This view taken from the Observation and Skyroom Level of the new ‘Tallest Building in Reno’ gives the viewer the experience of seeing the West 2nd District and surrounding Downtown Reno area from 482 feet.

360 Panoramic VR Ralston Street Reno

Ralston Street View – Interactive Panoramic view at street level showing the proposed Ralston Street design.

NEIGHBORHOOD – PUBLIC SPACES

Open to everything.

A daydream moment under a tree. A picnic on the grass. A chance meeting with an old friend. These are just some of the gifts of great public spaces, spaces that encourage and reward the meandering discovery of one’s community and one’s own ideas.

Through an expansive new urban park and pedestrian-only streets, the West 2nd District invites people to wander, wonder, and enjoy life at human speed. These tree-lined paseos are populated by ambitious public art, extraordinary restaurants, cafés, retail spaces, and the beehive hubbub of daily urban happenings.

Outdoor walking opening up to the Truckee river
Outdoor walking opening up to the Truckee river

The development plan is designed to provide pedestrian connections to vital Reno landmarks like the Truckee River, while providing comfortable and vibrant outdoor plazas and pedestrian paseos.

Skyline View from Barbara Bennett Park

Skyline View looking North across the Truckee River from Barbara Bennett Park.

NEIGHBORHOOD – RESIDENTIAL

What a beautiful way to live.

To call the West 2nd District home is to be part of a heartwarming metropolitan renaissance. The birth of a new age in Reno residential design. An era of light and color and sophistication.

These are residences that inspire and reward, that punctuate the poetry of daily life with elegance, efficiency, and wonder. Graceful, modern expressions of what a home can truly mean.

And, by transcending the boundaries of age and income, West 2nd District is making this vibrant new aesthetic readily accessible to all.

The Residences at 235 Raslton Street

The residences at 235 Ralston Street is the first building of the West 2nd District. 28 condominiums with two retail commercial spaces on the ground floor.

NEIGHBORHOOD – OFFICE, RETAIL & RESTAURANT

For those about to thrive.

It’s time for Reno to expect more from it’s business spaces. It’s also time they got it. That’s the promise of the West 2nd District. Through mindful design and unblinking ideals, we’ve set the bar high, big-city high, to create the kind of top-tier commerce center Reno needs and deserves.

From street level to the boardroom, these are ambitious, no-expense-spared spaces appointed with every imaginable comfort, convenience, and technological edge. Spaces where enterprises of all sizes can create bold, new contexts for relevance and success.

Vibrant outdoor storefronts

Looking North up the new Stevenson Paseo, showing the transformation of Stevenson Street to an energetic mix of outdoor dining, shopping and family activities.