A new mixed-use building has been proposed for development at 905 S Street in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of a seven-story mixed-use building offering residential and retail spaces. The project calls for the demolition of existing buildings on the site.
Heller Pacific is responsible for the designs.
The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 1.17 acres. The project will construct a seven-story, mixed-use development consisting of 7,152 square feet of ground floor commercial and 227 multi-unit dwellings. The building will include 47 studios, 98 one-bedroom units, 41 one-bedroom with den units, and 41 two-bedroom units. Two levels of secured vehicle parking with a total of 92 spaces accessed from Rice Alley will be designed. 116 and 26 long-term and short-term bicycle parking spaces will also be allocated.
The building will rise to a height of 80 feet. The buildings incorporate warehouse style facades in white, light grey, orange, and black and architectural elements that echo the historic character of the area.
A meeting has been scheduled today to review the site plan and architectural designs, details of joining can be found here.
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This project is being developed by Anthem Properties and is designed by HRGA. It is not a Heller Pacific project.