Development permits have been filed to construct a five-story and 60,152 square foot mixed-use building on a 0.95-acre lot at 2500 16th Street, Land Park, Sacramento. The five-story building project is proposed at the southeast corner of Land Park Drive and Broadway and is up for ministerial review. Williams + Paddon is managing the design and architecture of the project.
New building permits have been filed for a 99-unit residential building at 4722 9th Avenue in the Tahoe Park neighborhood, Sacramento. The project will be going through the city’s ministerial approval of the infill housing process, designed to streamline approval for needed new housing. Public documents do not disclose the project developer.
Mercy Housing has filed for permits to construct affordable residential units on a 7.76 acres property on 4995 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento. The project proposal consists of 200 residential units. If the tickets are approved, Mercy Housing could break ground in eighteen months. The plans show that the proposed project will have 21 residential buildings, a four-story building with commercial and office space on the ground floor, seven three-story buildings with twelve units, and thirteen triplex buildings.
Development permits have been filed to construct a single residential building on 5240 Rio Linda Boulevard, Sacramento. The proposal includes building a 39-unit apartment dwelling. Named Robla Apartments, will offer studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units with total floor area being 542, 616, and 923 square feet, respectively.
Permits have been filed to review plans for a three-story residential infill at 740 Darina Avenue, located in the Old North Sacramento neighborhood. The project will create fourteen apartments. Oak Park Properties Inc. is responsible for the development as the property owner.