Welcome to Highrises.com Reno... Your complete high-rise condo guide! Reno is known as the Biggest Little City in the World, and with that comes the best place to buy a condo. You'll have a home town feel and get to enjoy the world class luxuries that are typical large cities. With this dichotomy also comes the glitz and glam of the casinos and the surroundings of the lush beautiful nature that surrounds this beautiful city. Our goal is to help you find the perfect condo to fit your lifestyle. (read more about Reno condo living)
Featured Reno Condo Buildings
If you're looking for a minimal maintenance and a greener lifestyle, condo living is the right choice. Reno has many different options for condo living. If you're looking to live downtown, there are several different high-rise condos including The Montage, Arlington Towers, The Belvedere, The Belvedere, Park Tower Condominiums, Residences at Riverwalk Towers and The Palladio. Many of these buildings have been recently remodeled or redeveloped. Each neighborhood in Reno has its own flavor from Downtown Reno, to Cal Ave to Midtown/Center Street to the Wells Ave/Bungalow District.
History of Reno
Original inhabitants of the Reno area were the Martis natives who were a hunter & gatherer community from 2000 BCE to 500 CE. It wasn't until the pioneers first came and settled during the 1850's that Reno started to form a new community. This community didn't begin booming until 1931 when Reno legalized gambling and the least strict laws on divorce in the country. Although Reno is still known for casinos, it is now also known for the the beautiful nature including Lake Tahoe.
About Reno, NV
Reno is a city on the western side of Nevada which is very close to the California border. The city has 300 days of sunshine per year, but does get quite cool in the winter with lows below freezing for a round of snowball fights to occur. The summer months are warm and can be up to nearly 100 degrees. The 2010 census estimated 225,000 residents live in the city of Reno. The University of Nevada, Reno is located here and is one of the largest employers following just behind Washoe County School District.