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Old 02-18-2014, 08:20 PM
 
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I know Marriott just remodeled and obviously The Hub project is still ongoing and I've seen pictures of The Hub on their website but my question is who is responsible for the glassed entry way on Main? Are there plans to at least replace/update that glassed area? Marriott seems finished and The Hub never really include that area in their marketing but it would seem with the millions being spent they would address one of the major street-level curb appeal features of the building. Anyone in the know? Maybe its common knowledge but I can't seem to find anything. Thanks
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Old 02-19-2014, 05:19 AM
 
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I've just heard to expect retail of some sort of service to follow. That could mean anything from a little convenience store to ice cream to anything. With 850 people living overhead I can't imagine it will remain dead space.
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Old 02-19-2014, 06:21 AM
 
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Thanks, I'm speaking of the actual glass entryway into the lobby and restaraunt and accesses stairway to the Hub and has glass ceiling that connects the two buildings... It would improve street scape if it were replaced or even somehow more sufficiently cleaned as it has looked foggy and dated for years... With the millions in Reno I would expect/hope something would be done with it
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Old 02-19-2014, 09:13 AM
 
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Thanks, I'm speaking of the actual glass entryway into the lobby and restaraunt and accesses stairway to the Hub and has glass ceiling that connects the two buildings... It would improve street scape if it were replaced or even somehow more sufficiently cleaned as it has looked foggy and dated for years... With the millions in Reno I would expect/hope something would be done with it
Most of the glassfront along Main is actually connected to the Hub building. I am sure that all of it will be at least cleaned, if not redone, after the bulk of the construction is done. No need at all to do it right now.

Nest, a local gift store, just opened in the lobby of the Marriott and has an entry off of Main as well with new doors and windows.
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