New renderings have been revealed for River II at 50 Waterfront Place in West Sacramento. The eight-story residential project, dubbed River Two, will create 165 homes rising across from the city’s distinctive Ziggaruat building. Fairfield Residential is responsible for the application as the property owner.
The 88-foot tall structure will yield 242,780 square feet, with 137,070 square feet of rentable area, 6,000 square feet for amenities, and 57,640 square feet for the three-level 125-car garage. Unit sizes will vary from 600 square feet up to 1,320 square feet. There will be 32 studios, 79 one-bedrooms, and 54 two-bedrooms.
Carrier Johnson + Culture is the project architect. Facade materials will include concrete and sand cement plaster. The ground-level area will be improved with aluminum curtain wall systems and porcelanosa tiles. Amenities will include a business lounge connected to the lobby, a dog washing area, a fitness center on the second floor, and a top-floor clubhouse.
MJS Landscape Architecture, a Newport Beach-based firm, is involved with the project. The property will be wrapped with a line of trees. A side yard and private patios will be built along River Walk Park and River Access road from the east and south walls. The second-level podium will include a pool deck, outdoor dining furniture, and fire pits.
The property is a 1.15-acre vacant lot overlooking the Sacramento River and River Walk Park. Future residents will have views of the Old Sacramento waterfront, Tower Bridge, and the state capitol’s skyline.
A design review is required for the project. The estimated construction cost and timeline for completion has not yet been established.