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.
Demolition permits have been requested for the vacant Sacramento Municipal Utility District site along 59th Street in East Sacramento. Following demolition and soil remediation, the nearly twenty-acre property is expected to be redeveloped with nearly nine hundred homes, an updated light-rail station, and public open space. BlackPine and SKK are jointly responsible for the development.
New details have been published alongside the illustrations for a five-story affordable housing project at 1601 69th Street in East Sacramento. The plan will replace a vacant acre-wide parcel near CSU Sacramento and light-rail with 90 apartments. Carlsbad-based Chelsea Investment is responsible for the application.
Planning permits remain active for a six-story residential complex proposed for 6325 Elvas Avenue in East Sacramento. The project sponsor, Tricap Development, has filed an extension for the design review approval first granted in 2019. If built, 6325 Elvas could see 283 bedrooms for student housing open up next to the Sacramento State campus.
New plans have been filed for a four-story mixed-use infill at 5617 Elvas Avenue in the affluent East Sacramento neighborhood. The proposal will replace a vacant plot of land with thirty new homes and retail by the CSU Sacramento Campus. HK3 Development is responsible for the application.