Groundbreaking Ceremony For New Affordable Senior Apartments in Reno

Developers Dane Hillyard and Jim Zaccheo of Greenstreet Development are a step closer to adding more much needed affordable housing for seniors in northern Nevada. At a groundbreaking ceremony held October 18, 2022, Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve thanked the many people and organizations involved in the new Vintage at Washington Station affordable housing project. Jim Zaccheo also thanked those who helped get the project to the ground-breaking stage. Also speaking were Councilman Devon Reese and Councilwoman Kathleen Taylor.  Amongst those attending was the Nevada Housing Division Administrator, Stephen Aichroth.

Vintage at Washington Station will provide 205 units of affordable senior housing. The project will have mostly one bedroom units with a small number of studios. The new units will be on an infill site in downtown Reno between Washington and Vine Street in the Gold Dust West neighborhood. A bank, restaurants, grocery story and the Truckee River path are all within walking distance. Amenities planned include a community room with fireplace, kitchen and a covered veranda. A business center with library and arts and craft room are also planned. Many accessible features will be standard in all units.

Construction is planned to finish sometime in 2024.