New renderings have been published for the residential infill plans at 2701 Broadway in Curtis Park, Sacramento. Separated by a freeway from the rest of Midtown and Downtown Sacramento, the project offers added density in a retail-rich neighborhood. Demolition permits were filed in mid-February. Baran Studio Architecture is the project architect.
A new mixed-use project has been proposed at 2131 16th Street in Sacramento. The project proposal includes the development of a five-story mixed-use building consists of residential and retail spaces.
The plan for affordable senior housing is progressing for Wong Center at 631 F Street in Sacramento. Commercial New Building permits have been filed to the city for the four-story project, proposing to replace vacant land and surface parking in the under-built Sacramento Railyards district. Mutual Housing is the project owner and developer.
New Building permits have been filed for a residential infill at 1925 F Street in Boulevard Park, by Downtown Sacramento. The project will replace low-rise commercial buildings and surface parking with 50 new homes. Sacramento-based Cassadyne Properties and El Dorado-based Gavden Investments are responsible for the development.
New building permits have been filed for a residential infill at 1619 N Street in Midtown, Sacramento. The application calls for a 102-home apartment building, the primary component of a full-block project. Cresleigh Homes Corp is responsible for the development through Altitude Sacramento LLC.