Planning permits have been filed for The Jacquelyn, a three-story mixed-use development at 1114 22nd Street in Midtown, Sacramento. The project would replace a parking lot with two retail spaces, a private art gallery, and an apartment. Urban Elements, led by company President Julie Young, is the project developer.
The 40-foot tall structure will yield 12,440 square feet with 5,360 square feet for retail, 3,770 square feet for the private art gallery, and 3,300 square feet for the top-floor apartment. The application suggests the two retail condos will be designed with food tenants in mind.
The project design is by Williams + Paddon Architects. The project will be covered with large format almond-color terracotta tiles or glazed bricks. Trim work will include a custom terracotta finish, embedding a unique character for the Midtown location. Public art will be featured on the stairwell.
Construction is expected to cost $6 million, and an estimated completion date has not yet been shared.