Demolition permits have been filed along with new illustrations for The Kind Project residential proposal. The three-story project would create 72 new units to 1901 8th Street in Downtown Sacramento. Fulcrum Property is the property owner responsible for the development.
The residential plan review has been submitted for a two-building townhome development addressed as 916-918 T Street and 2014 10th Street in Downtown Sacramento. The proposal will replace surface parking lots with eight residences for the State Capital housing market. Tomato Alley Infill is the project name. Ellis Architects is responsible for the design.
A new planning application has been filed to convert the long-vacant 918 J Street in Downtown Sacramento from office use to a mixed-use building with apartments. The project would add ten apartments to the Sacramento housing market and a sizable commercial retail space at ground level. Griffith Architects will be responsible for the project.
Newly filed planning permits online show that plans for a seven-story development at 1208 Q Street are ready for building. DR filing permits submitted in late 2020 have been approved. The proposal will add 51 new units to Downtown Sacramento’s housing market, less than ten minutes away from the State Capitol Building. Urban Development + Partners is the property owner and developer.
The Planning Department has voted to recommend that the City Council approve the six-story development at 1619 R Street in Downtown, Sacramento. The project requires approval of entitlements including Site Plan and Design Review to construct a six-story mixed-use building with deviations to building height.
Sacramento-Based architecture firm, Vrilakas Groen Architects is managing the design concept and construction.