One of the most notable differences about how SVN® does business, what we like to call the SVN® Difference, is promoting cooperation between brokers. Our core covenants are to “create amazing value with our clients, colleagues, and community” and to “cooperate proactively”. This deal was made possible through cooperation with a colleague and creating value for our new tenant, the owner of the space, and the Midtown Reno community. This deal was a win-win-win!
This deal came together with the help of a friend and colleague, Amanda Lavi with Colliers International- a big thank you to Amanda for collaborating on this! By working together and reaching out to the greater commercial real estate community, I was able to connect a qualified tenant with a beautiful, perfectly located new home for their business. Not only did both tenant and landlord benefit from this deal, but the burgeoning Midtown area of Reno has gained another great locally owned business! 24 California will now be home to a location of the RareTea franchise. RareTea has rented 1,647 SF in the newly renovated 24 California retail building that sits perfectly on the corner of Virginia Street and California Avenue, in Reno.
RareTea is a franchise with over 25 locations nationally and they have decided to open their latest, locally owned location at 24 California. This tea shop serves everything from teas to lattes to smoothies, specializing in milk teas.
Apart from finding the best outcome for both my clients and businesses looking for the perfect space, I love that I get to be a part of our growing community and bringing more life to areas of town.
There are still three spaces left in this beautiful and newly renovated building. If you’re in the market for a new retail, office, or restaurant space to call home for your business- reach out to me! Brokers- if you have a client who would love one of these spaces, let’s work together on getting 24 California fully leased and making it a new hotspot in Midtown Reno.
Tomi Jo Lynch, SIOR, CCIM, Managing Director