• LOCATION 14 | Downtown Reno: From the Reno Arch to the Truckee River

    Post Office

    Keep going.

    The big grey building on your left is the original Reno Post Office. Finished in 1934, it was designed by prolific local architect Frederic DeLongchamps. He designed it in art deco style and the first floor was the main city post office while the upstairs was home to several government agencies.

    It served as a post office until 2012 when ownership was transferred to a development group. And it is now retail stores. Moving on.

    You're going to cross back over the river. I'll meet you on the other side.

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Downtown Reno: From the Reno Arch to the Truckee River