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Permits Filed For A Mixed-Use Proposed At 2101 J Street In Sacramento

2102 J Street2102 J Street via Vitae Architecture Planning Interiors

Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a mixed-use project proposed for development at 2101 J Street in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a five-story building offering residential and retail spaces. Plans call for the demolition of an existing two-story retail building on the site.

Vitae Architecture Planning Interiors is responsible for the design concepts. Topia Concepts is the landscape architect for the project.

The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 0.3 acres. The project will bring 40 dwelling units and retail space into a five-story building, spanning a total built-up area of 44,727 square feet. The units will be designed as a mix of 32 one-bedroom and 8 two-bedroom units. The building will feature retail space spanning 1,262 square feet on the ground floor. A community room measuring 665 square feet will also be developed on the site. 20 vehicular parking stalls and 8 bicycle parking stalls will be provided within an enclosed secured garage on the ground floor.

Renderings reveal floor-to-ceiling clear glass exterior walls, providing ample natural light. The building features smooth concrete masonry, plaster end-cap walls, and juliet balconies with engineered wood railings.

The project awaits design and site permit reviews. The estimated construction timeline has not been announced yet.

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2 Comments on "Permits Filed For A Mixed-Use Proposed At 2101 J Street In Sacramento"

  1. Only eight parking stalls for 40 units seems really, really low.

    • Dan,

      This is an “Urban infill” not your typical suburbanite magnet. This project is meant to attract those who want to live a more urban/walkable, mix use environment/community and not depend on cars on a daily means. If you are looking for more parking spaces per unit, midtown and downtown are not the places you should look at. Ek Grove, Roseville, And Folsom are a few cities to look at.

      I personally like these smaller projects. This is a great addition to the J st corridor. Too many projects on the pipeline and not enough under construction. The demand for housing in Sac region and the core (downtown & midtown) remains high. Get it built!!!

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