Arlington Towers is a 22-story condominium tower located at 100 North Arlington Avenue in Reno, Nevada. Construction began in June 1965, with completion initially scheduled for August 1966. Completion was delayed because of various issues, including a 78-day construction worker strike. The 22-story tower was ultimately completed in 1967, and was the tallest building in Reno until 1969.
Arlington Towers initially consisted of apartment units before being converted to condominiums in 1980. The building contains shops and offices on the first two floors.
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