A new hotel has been proposed for development at 1701 K Street in Midtown, Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of a six-story hotel. The project will replace a CVS pharmacy on the site. The project application requests site plan and design review to demolish existing structure and construct the hotel.
CVS Health Corp owns the property. HRGA is responsible for the designs. NeoTeric Design Group is the landscape architect on the project.
The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 0.48 acres. The project proposes a new six-story hotel with 154 rooms. Amenities for the hotel include a bar, meeting room and fitness room. The hotel project is estimated at a value of $23 million. The hotel façade will be five stories of wood construction over a single-story concrete podium, and span an area of 87,155 square feet. There are nine parking stalls onsite. The project also proposes to remove the trees on the site.
The request for estimated fees was put up for the hotel earlier this year. Now, new renderings have been published. The hotel will rise to a height of 85 feet. The architectural design emphasizes corner articulation through larger windows and design elements at the tower. The primary exterior material will be cement plaster, complemented by accents of aluminum panels to introduce different textures and materials to enhance the streetscape.
The CVS on the site was built in 1946 and renovated in 2003. The project is in the entitlement, and an estimated project timeline has not been announced yet. The site is surrounded by popular restaurants and nightlife spots.
The hotel site is situated at the northeast corner of 17th Street and K Street in Sacramento.