New permits have been filed for a residential infill at 5230 Folsom Boulevard in East Sacramento. The plan could replace a low-slung commercial structure and surface parking with over five dozen homes near the California State University Sacramento campus. A project developer was not associated with the application.
A new preliminary application has been filed using Senate Bill 330 for low-density housing at 891 Greg Thatch Circle in North Natomas, Sacramento. The new application has minor revisions from the initial plans covered by YIMBY earlier this year. Next Generation Capital is the project applicant.
Design review permits have been filed for a residential infill at 642 5th Street within the Sacramento Valley Station master plan in Downtown Sacramento. The proposed building will add 300 apartments to the 31-acre plan to create a mixed-use district next to the Amtrak Station. The address suggests the housing would replace a commercial office component on Lot 40.
A new residential project has been proposed for 701 Dos Rios Street in River District, Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of a new townhome community offering hundreds of townhomes. The project site was previously occupied by the remains of a burnt-out industrial building. The project is appealed by a new property owner, Peter Saetes, who is a housing developer. City records state that Saetes bought the property for $3.7 million, operating as Dos Rios Vine LLC. Saete. The developer is working with a partner in Beverly Hills for this project. The Legacy Riverviews LLC is listed as the previous property owner.
The City of Sacramento’s Planning Department has approved the design review and site plan application for 1121 I Street in Downtown Sacramento. The eight-story infill aims to replace an auto service shop and low-slung commercial structures with 204 apartments in the heart of the city, one block from City Hall.