Phase one is done and now Jacobs Entertainment work on Reno’s new Neon Line District moves to phase two, which involves, among other things, installation of eight historic neon signs and two sculptures. The new $1 billion mixed-use district runs from downtown Reno’s West Street to Keystone Avenue, and from Interstate 80 South to West Second Street. Four sculptures have already been installed, with two additional pieces being added this fall. Construction is expected to be complete in summer of 2021. According to Jacobs, The Reno Neon Line will be a half-mile long ribbon of color, light, sound, art, entertainment and experiences that will focus national attention on a revitalized urban environment.