Permits for thirty-six new single-family houses have been filed for the Northlake suburban development in Natomas, Sacramento. The buildings vary in size, including three- to four-bedroom single-story homes or four- to five-bedroom two-story structures. The rising community, managed by Lennar Homes of California Inc., will fill a tract of undeveloped land north of the city center with housing, shops, and water attractions.
The Northlake development is expected to add as many as 2,700 new homes when complete. Permits filed in August of this year requested entitlement for 191 units of affordable housing across 7.5 acres. The project is centered around a light rail transit station with accompanied retail and offices, while most of the plots adhere to an often-curved grid system. As the project name suggested, water features will also be included in the form of an artificial lake and canals.
The houses filed most recently include: 5667, 5749, 5801, 5807, 5813 and 5819 Waterstone Street; 3701, 3707, 3713, 3719, and 3725 Imogine Avenue; 3578, 3584, 3590, and 3596 Candletree Way; 5726, 5732, 5738, and 5744 Ebbshore Street; 3942, 3955, 4000, 4001, 4007, and 4013 Stanwick Avenue; 4113, 4119, 4125, and 4131 Waterleaf Avenue; 5750, 5755, 5756, and 5761 Drifton Way; 3700, 3701, and 3707 Nuestra Avenue.
The project is adjacent to the city’s international airport. Groundbreaking for the development is expected next year, and an estimated completion date has not been announced.