Development permits have been filed for a residential project at 4421 4th Avenue in Oak Park, Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a new three-story apartment building with onsite amenities, patios, and parking. The site is currently developed with a duplex and a detached accessory structure (garage). Plans call for the demolition of the garage to allow for the construction of the multi-unit building.
Elk Grove-based Infinity Designs is responsible for the design concepts.
The project site is a parcel combining two parcels and spanning an area of 0.21 acres. The project will bring seven units into a building, totaling an area of 4,502 square feet. The building will offer 567 square feet of utility space, 674 square feet of patio, and 567 square feet of garage space on the first floor. The units will be offered as a mix of one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments.
The building facade will rise to a height of 36 feet. The exterior will be clad in painted wood siding. Private terraces will include decorative wrought iron balustrades. The rooftop will be covered with asphalt-gray shingles.
The construction cost of the project is valued at $500,000. The project requires an entitlement for the site plan, design review, and a tree permit to remove a private protected tree. An estimated construction timeline has not been announced yet.
The property site sits across from the UC Davis campus in Sacramento along Stockton Boulevard.