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In The News – Cal Neva owners host Open House to update community on plans 

May 25, 2024 | Kayla Anderson

Originally Published in the Tahoe Daily Tribune, 05/24/2024, Written by Kayla Anderson

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. – At 11:30 a.m. on May 21, a line was out the door and going down the stairs of Bowl Incline as people eagerly waited to get into the Cal Neva Open House. Inside, people had the opportunity to meet Revitalize Cal Neva project team members, learn more about the renovation of the historic property, and ask questions about its progress. Revitalize Cal Neva held two sessions that day; 88 people showed up for the morning session and 48 people came to the afternoon one.  

To a group of mostly fellow Crystal Bay neighbors, McWhinney Senior Vice President of Hospitality Development Jason Newcomer showed off the blueprints of the project, which will be a Proper Hotel. It includes a spa & fitness center, pool, cabins, pickleball courts, a renovated theater, and 216 hotel rooms/ “keys”. Fifty-two keys are in the Villas, which will be 11 structures with 38 units inside them (ideal for families and larger groups) along with 164 keys in the main hotel tower


photo provided by McWhinney

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