Homes for Sale in Midtown Reno, NV
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Midtown Reno began soon after the development of Downtown Reno as casinos, shops, and other businesses populated Virginia Street. The development of storefronts along Virginia Street and the settlement of more people to the community formed Midtown. The area boomed from the 1930s to the 1960s as Virginia Street served as the one highway running through Reno, Nevada. Since the 2000s, Midtown has grown into a thriving, creative community for small businesses.
Many original brick homes from midtown’s 1930s construction still stand today. As business grew and zoning regulations changed, many buildings converted from residential to commercial or a combination of both.
Recycled Records, Sundance Books and Music, Nevada Fine Arts, and Junkee Clothing are all in structures dating back to the 1920s and ‘30s. Bars like Chapel Tavern, Rum Sugar Lime, Death & Taxes, and Press Start Bar and Arcade line Virginia Street. Catch a live band at The Saint, pick a “backyard game” on the patio of Z Bar, or choose from hundreds of board games at The Glass Die.
Peppermill Reno is only one and a half miles from the community, home to fantastic gaming, Edge Nightclub, and upscale restaurants like Bimini Steakhouse. A half-mile south of Peppermill is the Atlantis Casino on Virginia Street, another large scale casino resort. Atlantis’ Bistro Napa happy hour is one of Reno’s resident’s favorite after-work spots.
When you’re hungry, there’s an abundance of excellent farm-to-table cuisine in Midtown. Süp, Greatful Gardens, Jüs, Midtown Eats, and Homegrown Gastropub line Virginia Street. After lunch or dinner, pick up a sweet treat at Batch Cupcakery or Bibo Gelato. Sticks is a centrally located shopping center in Midtown. This center is home to breakfast restaurant Two Chicks, Mari Chuy’s Mexican Kitchen, and Whispering Vine. Other shops and services at Sticks include Nomad Boutique, Sierra Belle Boutique, Hello Yoga, Dragonfly Bath & Body, and Glitz Nails.
California Avenue has a mix of gorgeous million-dollar river-front homes mixed with local businesses. 1864 Tavern, Centro, Saint James Infirmary, My Favorite Muffin, and The Loving Cup make up the strip of shops and restaurants within walking distance of many Midtown residents. Nevada Museum of Art is on the Northern side of California Avenue. Schedule a guided group tour of the museum or follow your own tour as you move through the variety of rotating exhibits. Sundance Bookstore is near the museum, offering new and vintage books and inside the historical Levy Mansion.
Idlewild Park is an excellent recreational facility just west of Midtown. This park is set next to the the Truckee river providing beautiful scenery amongst the playgrounds, walking paths, rose gardens, and the Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway that passes through. For the sports player, Idlewild has baseball and softball fields, a basketball court, tennis court, and volleyball court. The Idlewild Pool is a hotspot for locals, offering family swim hours, lap pools, and diving boards.
When you visit Midtown Reno, you’ll notice the many murals that beautify the area. Art Spot Reno has created an online Midtown Mural Map so you can take a self-guided tour and admire the unique, detailed paintings that revive the walls and fences of midtown.
Midtown’s proximity to Downtown Reno offers even more nearby opportunities for a good time. Greater Nevada Field is home to two professional sports teams: the Reno Aces, Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, and the Reno 1868 Football Club of the United Soccer League. The Century Riverside Theater 12 is a great place for watching the latest movie releases.
The Washoe County School District serves students of Midtown through Mount Rose Elementary School before continuing to Vaughn Middle School. Reno High School has served the community since its establishment in 1879. The Reno Huskies have been at their current location near Booth Street and Foster Street since 1951. The University of Nevada, Reno, is 13 minutes north of Midtown. The university opened in 1874 and moved to its current spot in 1885. Cheer on Nevada Wolf Pack Football in Mackay Stadium in the fall, then watch the Nevada Women’s and Men’s Basketball teams in Lawlor Stadium during the winter and spring.
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