Plans are under review for a five-story affordable housing project to rise at 440 Arden Way, located in Old North Sacramento. BRIDGE Housing Corporation has proposed to replace the vacated Sacramento armory building with 124 new homes, including 31 permanent supportive housing. Now, the nonprofit developer is working with coUrbanize to get community feedback with the launch of a new website.
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Plans to build new affordable housing are moving through the California Environmental Quality Act review process for 440-490 Arden Way in Old North Sacramento. The proposal has received the Notice of Exemption after an environmental review. The proposal, by BRIDGE Housing Corporation, will replace a vacated armory building with 124 new units of affordable units, including permanent supportive housing.
New building permits have been filed for a ten-structure residential development at 2631-2635 Beaumont Street in Old North Sacramento. The development will add ten units to the vacant parcel less than five minutes from a regional bus station. William Coburn Architect is responsible for the design.
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.