Renderings have been published alongside a new planning application for a five-story Element brand hotel at 2200 Stockton Boulevard in Med Center, Sacramento. The project will create a 151-key hotel managed by Marriott across from the UC Davis Medical Health Center, as well as expansion plans for Aggie Square. Leeland Properties is the project client.
Stanton Architecture is the project architect. The San Francisco-based studio designed 2200 Stockton to integrate the abandoned factory building while retaining its historic integrity. Facade materials will include channel glass, textured cement plaster wall panels, spandrel glass, wood screens, and smooth wall panels.
RFE Engineering is the project’s civil engineer, with Yamasaki Landscape Architecture responsible for designing the open space. Construction will cover just 0.51acres of the 2.83-acre lot.
The 54-foot tall structure will yield 103,200 square feet, with 151 hotel rooms ranging in size from studios to one-bedrooms and conference suites and parking for 169 cars and ten bicycles. Guests will also have access to a pool and ground-level courtyard. The ground level will include a lobby with seating connecting to the bar and breakfast lounge. Second-level amenities will have a fitness center, yoga room, and meeting center. A common room on the fifth level will feature seating and dining space.
Construction is expected to cost $22 million, with a timeline for completion not yet established.