Northern Nevada is known for some quirky things…Burning Man, wild horses, prostitution, and a housing shortage.  We are going to talk about them all.

Burning Man – Ticket prices are going up this year.  In 1992, the first year of the “The Burn,” ticket prices were $25 and attendance was 600.  In 2020, the price will be $475 and attendance will be 80,000.  Burning Man organizers say, “The cost of building a fully functioning temporary city in the desert increases yearly.  In 2019, we faced additional costs related to the years-long Environmental Impact Statement process, and we also made strategic investments to further our nonprofit mission.”

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Wild Horses – Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center (TRIC) was originally home only to wild horses.  They now peacefully share the space with large scale distribution centers and Tesla’s gigafactory.  But, soon, there will be services for the humans.  A development aptly named Horse Oasis will bring restaurants, a gym, urgent care, charter school, doctor offices, etc to the otherwise sparse service offerings.

Housing Shortage – If you are concerned about climate change, Reno is among the top places to live.  But, you may have trouble finding a place to rest your head.  Retired ocean containers to the rescue…the first high-end container apartments just opened and are renting for $1800 per month.

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