Planning permits have been filed for an eight-story mixed-use building to rise at 1330 N Street overlooking the California State Capitol Park in Downtown Sacramento. The project is a revision to earlier and larger plans for the site designed by HKS. The most recent proposal calls for about half the residential units, with a sleek design by the internationally acclaimed Kohn Pedersen Fox.
Construction permits have been sanctioned for developing a new residence at 3871 12th Avenue in Central Oak Park, Sacramento. The project proposal includes the construction of a residential four-plex on a vacant property lot. The project required site plan and design review for a new multi-unit development.
Good Times Investment, LLC is the property owner. Integrated Development Consortium (IDC), LLC is managing the design concepts and construction of the project.
Renderings have been revealed for two new multi-unit developments with garages at 820 29th Street in Midtown, Sacramento. The project proposal includes constructing two six-plex residential buildings with three-car garages. A site plan and design review for the same are also requested. Additional work is also requested under separate permits.
First Street Builders are managing the design concepts and construction of the development.
Development permits have been submitted seeking the approval of adaptive reuse of the five-story building at 818 K Street in Downtown Sacramento. The project proposal includes constructing thirty-six apartment units in the third, fourth, and fifth floors including HVAC, plumbing, and fire safety.
Permits reveal that K&R Development Inc is the property owner.
The UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento proposes campus expansion and splendid refurbishing of its Intensive Care Unit space under a $3.75 billion construction proposal. The project proposes to construct a new sixteen-story hospital tower that will replace the 120,000-square-foot east wing of the hospital and parts of the north and south wings of the hospital. Permits revealed that a new parking structure and a five-story pavilion are also planned adjacent to the existing medical center. The project is proposed to cover an area of 1 million square feet.