Demolition Proposed for 1901 Broadway, Land Park, Sacramento

1901 Broadway1901 Broadway via LPAS Architecture & Design

Demolition work has been proposed for the under-construction affordable housing project at 1901 Broadway in Land Park, Sacramento. The proposed demolition work will remove debris from a fire that damaged the North Building in late March 2024.

EAH Housing is the project developer. LPAS Architecture & Design is responsible for the design concepts.

1901 Broadway Site Plan

1901 Broadway Site Plan via

A proposed housing project had received $29 million in funding and was under construction. The project proposal included the demolition of an existing office building and the construction of a five-story mixed-use building.

The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 1.25 acres. The project proposal includes the development of an affordable housing apartment building, featuring 140 units and spanning five stories high. The residential units will range from studios to three bedrooms. The rents will be 30-80 percent of the area’s median income. The project will also feature commercial space on the ground floor spanning an area of 3,500 square feet.

The total cost of the project is estimated at $70 million. EAH acquired the property site in 2020 for $5.6 million.

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5 Comments on "Demolition Proposed for 1901 Broadway, Land Park, Sacramento"

  1. Was interesting to see the homeless encampments directly adjacent to the project when I drove by recently. Also interesting they weren’t able to figure out the cause.

  2. No thanks to the mayor and city council that allow homeless camps that caused the fire in the first place.

  3. It is a shame that permanent supportive housing for the homeless has been delayed by (most likely) a wanton act of arson.

  4. Angelo davila | May 21, 2024 at 9:19 pm | Reply

    How funny is Sacramento this is the second large scale affordable income property that has been damaged or destroyed in the last year. Sounds like some kind of political dirty pool. With less people on the street at the city gets less Federal funding to clean the mess up. Where’s all that money been going to that they’ve been getting. It sure hasn’t been to help the homeless millions and millions of dollars to clean up almost encampments that always bring up again shame on you Sacramento. You should take a note from us up here in Chico who managed our money wisely bills the affordable housing have a very little homeless issues on our streets because we care about the people who live up here homeless or otherwise

  5. Can we just get on with life? It now includes arsonist wanderers that we need to, as businesses, protect our properties from. If that means hiring 24 hour security, welcome to the new hot ticket employment! We can’t sit around and wring our hands! Be proactive without being a danger to society. Stop the fires before they start. Security.

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