Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a mixed-use project at 802 Delta Lane in West Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use, a transit-oriented affordable housing complex with retail and community space.
West Sacramento Housing Development Corporation and Jamboree are the project developers.
Named West Gateway Place, the project will bring 60 low-income apartments into the family-oriented affordable development. The project is the first phase of a multigenerational community for seniors and families. Collectively, both phases will include a total of 175 apartment homes.
Phase I consists of two buildings that encompass 77 apartments, retail space, and common areas – including a spacious community center as well as resident parking spaces. The first building on the site is a four-story structure with retail and community space on the ground floor and at-grade parking. The second building is four stories with at-grade parking.
Onsite activities such as homework assistance and tutoring for young people, plus health and wellness programs for families are provided. An onsite program coordinator is available to assist residents in accessing local community services.
West Gateway Place is located in West Sacramento’s Bridge District. The community is a green-certified, walkable, waterfront neighborhood with more jobs than residents located on 188 acres of highly coveted open land in the urban core. The Barn is the Bridge District’s centerpiece – and art piece –that features a restaurant, beer garden and serves as a venue for events and concerts.
The Bridge District has excellent bike lanes and is located near rail lines, bus lines, and car and bike shares.