Permits have been filed for 17 new buildings to be added to Northlake’s master-planned district in Natomas, Sacramento. One hundred ninety-one residential units will be produced, all to be sold as affordable housing for older citizens. Lennar Corporation is responsible for the development.
Sixteen of the buildings are planned for residential use, while one will be a 3,350 square foot community building, offering amenities and space for social gatherings. Permits also describe open space provided, drive-aisles, uncovered parking, and other site improvements. The senior housing will take up a vacant 8-acre portion of the sprawling Northlake development.
The massive master-development was previously known as the Greenbriar site, managed by Integral Communities. But both the project name and developers have changed, with Lennar now responsible for much of the construction. Reporting from the Sacramento Business Journal’s Emily Hamann tells that the senior housing is being proposed by Sacramento-based St. Anton Capital in collaboration with the project developers. SFYIMBY is not able to confirm that information at the time of publication.
The area is north of the city center, by the Sacramento International Airport. Construction will cost $18.6 million, and an estimated completion date has not been announced.