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Reno is home to the smallest studio and one-bedroom apartments in the country. The average size of a studio in Reno is 317sqft versus the national average of 514sqft, and 607sqft for a one-bedroom versus the national average of 744sqft.

It might sound shocking, but the average size in Reno is even smaller than New York (514 and 708) and San Francisco (514 and 719). Crazy!

Not so crazy because Nevada’s population continues to grow. While the US grew by only 0.35% last year, the lowest growth rate in 120 years, Nevada experienced a 1.5% growth in population, the third highest in the nation.

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The terminals in Oakland are closed today, May 1st. Traditionally, the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) shifts its standard, third Thursday of the month, second shift, stop-work meeting to the dayside on May 1st to honor International Workers' Day....


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