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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
okay, I'll play...sticky me!!

Under Construction:

US Bank Building
6th and Capitol Mall
Developer: David S. Taylor Interests
Architect: HOK
24 Stories, 400 Feet, 24K Ground Floor Retail

Marriott Residence Inn
Developer: Three Fires, LLC
Architect: Johnson Braund Design Group
15 Stories, 150 Feet, 250 Hotel Rooms, 30 penthouse condos

800 J Lofts
8th and J Street
Developer: CIM Group
Architect: LPA, Sacramento
7 Stories, 225 Loft Units 22K Ground Floor Retail

18th and L Street
Developer: Sotiris Kolokotronis
Architect: Vrilakas Architects
5 Stories, 187 Rental Units, 10K Ground Floor Retail

St Anton Building:
21st and L Street
Developer: St Anton Partners
5 Stories, 65 Rental Units, 3K Ground Floor Retail

Globe Mills
12th & C streets
Developer: Cyrus Youssefi and Skip Rosenbloom
Architect: Applied Architecture, Mike Malinowski
6 Story Reuse of Historic Globe Mills, 143 Senior Units

L Street Lofts
18th and L Street
Developer: Sotiris Kolokotronis
Architect: Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects
8 Stories, 92 Condo Units, 6K Ground Floor Retail

Cathedral Building
12th and K Street Mall
Developer: Bob Clippinger
Architect: FFA Design
4 story renovation to include 23 apartments, day spa and ground floor restaurant


Approvals Gained, Site Prep Stage, Awaiting Official Construction

The Towers on Capital Mall
3rd and Capitol Mall
Developer: Saca Development
Architect: Mulvanny G2
53-Stories 615 ft, 834 Condo Units, 65K Two Levels Retail
200 Room Intercontinental Hotel
10K The Spa at La Borgata
40K California Family Fitness

Aura Condos
6th and Capitol Mall
Developer: BNC Development
Architect: Daniel Libeskind
39 Stories, 444 Feet, 262 Condo Units, 15K Ground Floor Retail

Captiol Lofts
12th and R Street
Developer: Regis Homes
Architect: David Baker & Partners
119 Warehouse Conversion Loft Units, 3K Retail Space

East End Gateway
16th and O SW, 16th and O NW, 16th and N, and 16th and P
4 infill sites along 16th Street totaling 226 Housing Units and ~30K Ground Floor Retail ranging from 4 to 12 Stories
Developer: Loftworks and Lambert Development
Architect: FFA Design and Carrier Johnson

Generic Rendering. Do not have soft copy of actual buildings


Proposals/Planning /Approval Stage:

Epic Tower
12th and I Street
Developer: BNC Development
Architect: Daniel Libeskind
50-Stories ~650 Feet, 350 Condo, Office and Retail

Capitol Grand Tower
12th and J Street
Developer: Mo Mohanna
Architect: Jenson/Fey
Estimate: 50+Stores, ~650 ft
395 Units, 250 Hilton, 5K Retail, 100K Office

Joie de Vivre Hospitality
10th and J Street
200 room hotel operated by Joie de Vivre.
15 Story office building being converted into a boutique hotel. Deal hinges on city subsidy of around 15M which the city seems to be on board with.

701 L Street
7th and L Street
Developer: Danny Benvenuti
Architect: HOK
31-Stories, 445 Feet, 80 Rental Units, 240K Ofice Space, 10K Retail
* Project Hinges on Relocation of Greyhound Station

The Metropolitan
10th and J Street
Developer: Saca Development
Architect: Kwan Henmi Architecture/Planning
35 Stories, 320 Condos Units, 13,000 Ground Floor Retail

Library Lofts
9th and I Street
Developer: DR Horton
Architect: Mogavero Notestine Associates
21 Stories, 295 Condo Units, 30K Office, 5K Ground Floor Retail

5th and Capitol Mall
Developer: Angelo G Tsakopoulos
Architect: Ed Kado
24-Stories. ~400 feet

Meridain II
15th and K Street
Developer: Angelo Tsakopoulos and Tony Giannoni
Architect: Hornberger+Worstell
22 Story Office Building, 300 Feet

Jibbom Street Tower
15 Story Condo Tower on Riverfront. Renovation of Historic PG&E Plant
Developer: DR Horton, Ken Faun
Architect: Mogavero Notestine Associates

K Street Tower
8th and K Street Mall
Developer: Saca Development
24-Stories, 220 Units, Ground Floor Retail

Cathedral Square Building
11th and J Street
Developer: St Anton / Cordano Company Building
Architect: Kwan Henmi Architecture/Planning
23 Stories, 210 Units, 15K Retail, 27K Office
Application on file with the city. No rendering yet


Other Noteable Projects Including Retail, Culture and Entertainment:

K Street Central
10th and K Street Mall
Developers: CIM Ground and David Taylor
CIM Ground and David Taylor are negotiating with the City of Sacramento to develop the city owned parcels at 10th and K Street Mall, as well as the 3 other surrounding corners. Proposals have ranged from Housing and Office with Live Theater, Lucky Strike Bowling Alley, Movie Theaters, TV Studio and a "Restaurant Row" concept with entertainment based restaurants such as dinner theater and jazz clubs. Project has had a rough go so far, more details to come at a later time.

700 K Street Block Renovation
700 Block K Street Mall
Developer: Joe Zieden
Renovate "historic" buildings on the 700 Block of K Street Mall to include retailers such as Borders, Urban Outfitter, Lucky Brand Dungarees and Sur la Table among others on the most blighted block in Downtown Sacramento. Total footprint should be over 60K of new retail space. Some housing units may be added

Developer: Millennia Sacramento III LLC
Architect: Jon Jerde
10,000 Residential Units, 2.3M Office Space, 620 Retail
Proposed mixed-use redevelopment of the 240-acre UP Railyards to include residential, hotel, retail and commercial uses. 10-15 Year Build Out

Museum of Railroad Technology
The spacious railroad shop buildings will house the Museum’s collection of historic locomotives and railroad cars, with a formal museum exhibit galleries included to interpret railroad engineering and technology. Children will have the opportunity to explore fundamental physics and engineering principles through hands-on, interactive exhibits.

Sacramento Intermodal Transportation Facility
The Intermodal Transportation Facility plan would feature both local and national rail and bus transportation services. The historic depot would act as a gateway to a concourse offering Light Rail connection, parking, bus terminals, restaurant, shops and other retail. The Sacramento Northern configuration will connect light and heavy rail, bus, shuttle, taxis and future high-speed rail through construction of modern facilities and reuse of the historic depot. The proposal relocates the historic depot 350 feet north and restores its original use as a waiting area, ticketing counter and dining room.

Riverfront Docks
Development of the area know as the "Docks" on the riverfront with housing, retail and open space

Crocker Art Museum Expansion
3rd and O Street
Three times the current space for the permanent collection
*Four times the current space for temporary exhibitions
*300-seat auditorium/lecture theatre
*Cafe with indoor and open-air seating in the courtyard
*Double the current number of parking spaces
*Expanded Museum Store
*Increased accessibility
*7,000-square-foot courtyard plus public access to the current courtyard
*Loading dock, freight elevator and increased onsite storage space

Capital Unity Center
16th and N
The Capital Unity Council strives to create an inclusive environment of understanding, acceptance, respect, and celebration of differentness with programs that provide opportunities for learning, partnerships, coalition building, access to services and information, promotion of sound public policy and assembly at our flagship Unity Center.

Sacramento Childrens Museum
Undetermined Site
The mission of the Sacramento Children's Museum is to spark a passion for life-long learning. Our vision is to be the world's most innovative children's museum. The Sacramento Children's Museum will be a hands-on, play-based environment where childhood is respected, nurtured and celebrated; a place where children can engage in and enjoy the world in which we live.

Sacramento Performing Arts Center
13th and K Street Mall
Renovation of the City's 2500-seat theater, including an expanded lobby, modernized infrastructure, back of house and loading area expansions

Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament Renovations
11th and K Street Mall
Dedicated in 1889, the Cathedral is undergoing a $32 million renovation, which is scheduled for completion in Fall 2005.

Asian Trade Center Proposal
Very Early Stages. Numerous sites have been mentioned
- 4.5 Million Sqaure Feet in Total
- 28 Story - 550 Room Hotel
- 40 Story - Office Tower
- 26 Story - Residentul Tower
- Exhibition Center - 1.2 Million SF
- Retail, dinning, shopping - 220K SF
- Trade and Finance College - 120K SF
- International Shipping Center - 100K
- 2000- Seat Cultural Center and amphitheaer
- Setzer Meseum, 20K SF
- 9000 New Jobs, 1/3 will be from "any country that wants to partcipate"

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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
News on a long strugling part of downtown

Developers still have a month to turn in proposals for a destination entertainment complex at 10th and K streets. But there's already a buzz building around one still-evolving plan that would put residential, retail and office buildings, along with entertainment venues, on at least three of the intersection's four corners.
The city last month put out an "RFP" seeking ideas mainly for the property it owns on the south side of K Street, from 10th most of the way to 11th. That land includes the sites of former Woolworth and Rite Aid stores and has long been a key redevelopment target.

But several local developers teamed with the CIM Group of Hollywood are proposing construction not only on those sites but also on properties they control on the intersection's northeast and southwest corners.

Participants in the group are said to include David Taylor, the Cordano family and St. Anton Partners, along with CIM, whose huge lofts project is now starting to rise from the ground at Ninth and J streets.

They are planning ground-floor retail stores topped by offices and housing. They're also looking at bringing in entertainment, including perhaps B Street's children's theater. Yes, that's right. The developers and city think they have a shot at luring the venue away from Sutter's planned midtown development.

Michael Ault, executive director of the Downtown Sacramento Partnership, has heard about the proposal and says he's encouraged someone is pursuing a multibuilding, multicorner project at what he considers the "most challenging stretch of K street from a social and retail perspective."

"This is a chance to kick-start the momentum on the central part of K Street."

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I am dumbfounded by all this Sacto developement.

I used to live in Sac back in the 1980s, on N Street across from Capital Park (the Thayer, if you know where that is), and alot was a happening even then, more in the way of infill housing...and the light rail line had opened, too....yet the city was still fairly low rise back then....

But it looks, from these pix, that developement has kicked up into very high gear.....
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