The Print Shop Lofts is an exciting conversion project at 420 Valley Road, with the Brewery District, currently in the proposed-stage.

The project is 23 loft units on three floors.

Their "Signature units" are two-story lofts with 17.5’ ceilings, two baths, and feature oversized windows and west-facing rooftop decks. Second-floor studios overlook the street with exposed beams and floor-to-ceiling windows. Ground-floor mezzanine lofts feature 14’ ceilings and exposed brick walls.

This building has some history, making it all-the-more cooler to live in. 

According to their web site;

"In 1939, former Reno mayor Harry E. Stewart built the San Francisco-based Zellerbach Paper Company’s local branch at 420 Valley Road. The branch attracted commercial artists and graphic designers from throughout Northern Nevada.

Then in 1974, nationally renowned artist and photographer Art Martson moved his print shop into the building, giving our lofts their name. Upon his death in 1986, his widow Marylyn leased the building to a variety of groups including the esteemed Valley Arts Research Facility, carrying on its rich, artistic tradition."

Check out more information and renderings on their web site.