The Sacramento Planning Department has received an application for Northpointe Reserve, a proposed 48-unit suburban development in North Natomas, Sacramento. The project would reshape 2.7 acres of vacant land with added density at the corner of Bridgecross Drive and Honor Parkway. Next Generation Capital is the project applicant.
With 17 units per acre, the project will be an improvement over suburban sprawls’ usual density of four to five units per acre.
While each building will be a distinct single-family home, residences are concentrated together such that there are eight distinct buildings. The 2.7-acre project includes 48 houses and a central amenity building. Plans for the amenities clubhouse include an indoor lounge, workspace, and an outdoor pool deck with several communal grills. Construction will span 92,868 square feet, rising no higher than 25 feet. Parking will be included for 103 cars, of which 96 will be covered.
Dahlin Group is responsible for the architecture. The architectural style features flat-roof two-story row houses, articulated with varying depths to distinguish the different buildings. According to the project narrative, the buildings are affordable housing by design, plans so that prices can be afforded by the ‘missing middle.’
Wilson Design Studio is the landscape architect. The overall plan will provide tree shading for privacy and aesthetic improvement along the main streets. Along the private alleyways inside the project, low shrubs and small trees will wrap around each building, with private backyards mostly paved.
Regency Park Commercial LLC is the property owner, and Cartwright is the civil engineer. The estimated cost and timeline for construction have not yet been established.