New plans have been filed for the T20 Lofts, a residential infill at 1924 T Street in Poverty Ridge, Sacramento. The project will demolish a single-story commercial structure to build 36 homes. BlackPine Communities is the project developer.
The multi-structure project will yield a combined 22,700 square feet of housing and parking for 43 cars. Additional parking will be included for 43 bicycles. Unit sizes will vary, with 25 studios averaging around 500 square feet and 11 two-bedrooms averaging 822-940 square feet.
JZMK Partners is the project architect. The style is familiar for modern townhome-style architecture with boxy homes separated by some open space and vertical lines. The relatively plain facade materials will include horizontal siding, stucco, and brick veneer. Fuhrman Leamy Land Group is responsible for landscape architecture. The site will be improved with a small public plaza along T Street, close to the bungalow-style home.
The 0.7-acre property extends from T Street and U Street between 20th Street and light rail train tracks. The site is also just a few blocks from the former Sac Bee apartment development from Shopoff Realty Investments, for which renderings were recently revealed by YIMBY last week.
The estimated timeline for construction has yet to be established.