New planning permits have been filed for the demolition of the existing Natomas Sports Club gym at 2450 Natomas Park Drive in the South Natomas neighborhood of Sacramento. The complex will be replaced by a new 190-unit apartment community dubbed Sutter Green 2.0 Apartments. These permits follow news released in October that the Sports Club location is permanently closing. Demmon Partners is the project developer.
The 9-structure building will focus around a clubhouse with a pool as a shared residential amenity. The low-rise development will rise beside the 248-unit Sutter Green Apartments development. Sutter Green Apartments finished in 2019 with a building size of three stories, 238 parking spaces, and an average density of 22 units per acre.
Reporting from Sacramento Business Journal reveals that LPAS Architects will be the architect for Sutter Green 2.0 Apartments. This is not surprising since Demmon Partners worked with the same design firm for the now-complete Sutter Green Apartments. The Spare Time fitness company, the current owner, is expected to sell the property to Demmon Partners by July of this year.
Construction is expected to cost $46 million. According to Business Journal, rents for Sutter Green 2.0 will range between $1,900 and $2,900 per month, with discounts for teachers, military members, and first responders.