Development permits have been filed to construct a five-story and 60,152 square foot mixed-use building on a 0.95-acre lot at 2500 16th Street, Land Park, Sacramento. The five-story building project is proposed at the southeast corner of Land Park Drive and Broadway and is up for ministerial review. Williams + Paddon is managing the design and architecture of the project.
The project includes 14,205 square feet of commercial space, expecting restaurants and retail on the ground floor. It will have 53 homes spanning over 45,947 square feet. The construction requires a director-level site plan, design review, and landscape permits. The project also proposes 28 parking spaces.
The second floor will have ten residential units: three studio apartments, seven one-bedroom units. The third floor will have thirteen residential units: six studio apartments, seven one-bedroom units, and two two-bedroom units. The fourth floor will have fifteen units: five studios, eight one-bedroom units, and two two-bedroom units. The fifth floor will have a total of thirteen units: five studios and eight one-bedroom apartments.
The site formerly showcased a record store, and a neighboring building that housed Tower Books were demolished last year. The site location is a walk-friendly location and is well-serviced by MUNI lines 30, 42B, 51, 62, and 86. The date of completion has not been announced yet.