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CommRow First Floor Renovations to Start Sunday

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Michael Wolfe
Channel 2 News
 

CommRow in downtown Reno hasn't even been open for three months and it's already getting ready for some renovations.

Starting Sunday the first floor will be closed for a makeover that will include finishing the concrete floors, adding new lights and other changes.

CommRow said it decided to make the changes after some customer feedback.

But if you want to head there in that time, remember it's just the first floor that will be closed. "We are business as usual for the other floors so please enjoy the base camp climbing facility we also have a bar called B-15 and a juice bar as well that will remain open," says Natasha Bourlin.

CommRow says five of its employees who work on the first floor will be temporarily laid off during the three-week remodel. They will return to work when the first floor reopens on January 21st.

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