Development permits were submitted seeking approval for modifications to the site and design review for the construction planned for 631 F Street in Sacramento. The project proposal includes a director-level site plan and building design review of a 150 unit senior housing project.
The nonprofit affordable housing developer, Mutual Housing California is the permit applicant. Kuchman Architects is managing the design concept and construction.
The affordable housing project rebranded as Wong Center Senior Apartments anticipates affordable 150 dwelling units for seniors. The building facade will rise to four stories, and the plan spans over an approximately 2.35-acre parcel in the Central Business District zone (C-3-SPD) within the Sacramento Railyards Special Planning District. The housing complex features 120 one-bedroom one-bathroom apartments with 571 square feet of floor area each. Fifteen two-bedroom one-bathroom units of 755 square feet of floor area are also planned. Fifteen one-bedroom one-bathroom apartments with 659 square feet of floor area are also available.
Amenities like bike storage, a community center, a bocce ball court, and dog play area are also included. Fifty-three parking spaces are also planned.
The project is located on the northwest corner of 7th and F street, in a prime location with many residential complexes nearby. There are plenty of grocery stores, convenience stores, and restaurants nearby. The iconic Tower Bridge, spanning over the Sacramento River, is almost five blocks away.
Correction: The article previously states 631 F Street was in West Sacramento. It is in the City of Sacramento.