New building permits have been filed for a speculative warehouse building at 3950 Duckhorn Drive in North Natomas, Sacramento. The project would create a new advanced logistics center for the city’s burgeoning market. Alleghany Properties is the owner, with Panattoni Development Company responsible for the application.
The single-story structure will develop 185,970 square feet of commercial floor area on the 11.5-acre parcel, with 122,400 square feet in Building A and 63,570 square feet in Building B. The buildings will be of Type VB construction with concrete tilt-up walls and a hybrid roof structure.
RMW Architecture is responsible for the design. The project is primarily composed of aluminum panels, concrete, and metal roofing. The building will incorporate sustainable-focused materials and construction practices to minimize on-site pollution along with water and energy consumption in the building’s life cycle. The architect is hoping to achieve a LEED certification, though what level is not established.
Vista Parks Landscaping is the landscape architect. Various planters lining each building will include shrubs and small plants around maples, strawberry trees, coast live oak, cork oak, red oak, and evergreen ash.
The property is currently undeveloped. An estimated timeline for construction has not been established.