Outside Magazine names Reno as one of the top twelve places to live in the United States. Burning Man, its growing tech industry, Midtown and its abundance of outdoor activities were just some of the reasons cited for the ranking.

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Jacobs Entertainment is planning to invest $1B to develop a residential and entertainment district in Reno’s downtown/midtown.  The development will include housing, bars, restaurants, shopping, gaming, event centers, etc.

Google’s “data center” occupying 1,210 acres east of town in the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center (TRIC) is well underway.  We put the words data center in quotation marks because Google hasn’t officially announced what they are building, but it is widely believed to be a data center.

The second largest land deal in the state of Nevada closed recently.  4,300 acres in Fernley (about 35 miles east of Reno) was purchased to make way for a new industrial park, Victory Logistics District.

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