Apple completes downtown Reno warehouse, eyes data center and solar facility expansion

The downtown facility is seen by the city as a pivotal piece in its efforts to revitalize the Tessera tourism improvement district. After Apple picked Reno in 2012 as a new data center site, it was required to build a downtown Reno facility in order to receive part of the $89 million in tax abatements it negotiated with the state. The fate of the downtown facility, however, was uncertain for several years until Apple CEO Tim Cook made a surprise visit to Reno in January last year for a groundbreaking ceremony with Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve and Nevada’s previous governor, Brian Sandoval.

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