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Old Posted Mar 1, 2007, 2:35 AM
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Sacramento Proposal/Approval/Construction Thread - III

Since the other is going to get closed soon, time to start a new one

Let me know if I missed anything.

OLD THREAD

Under Construction:

500 Capitol Mall
5th and Capitol Mall
Developer: Angelo G Tsakopoulos
Architect: Ed Kado
24-Stories, 396 feet, 430K office space, 24K Retail Space






Crocker Art Museum Expansion
3rd and O Street
http://www.crockerartmuseum.org/about/expansion.htm
125,000 sqaure feet expansion
*300-seat auditorium/lecture theatre
*Cafe with indoor and open-air seating in the courtyard
*Loading dock, freight elevator and increased onsite storage space




Sutter Health Expansion
- Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center
- Ose Adams Medical Pavilion
- B Street Theatre and the Children's Theatre of California





14th and R Warehouse Rehad:
14th and R Street - 12 for sale lofts
Retail: The Shady Lady, Burgers and Brew, Magpie Market, Top this Yogurt
Developer: D&S Development




Firestone Building Rehad
16th and L Street
Tenants: Sapporo Japaneses Restaurant, California Pizza Kitchen, DeVere's Irish Pub and, a lounge operated by the owners of Mason's.




Hale's Building: 9th and K Street - Office conversion in 33 loft rentals
Developer: Paul Petrovich
Architect: LPA Sacramento




Sacramento International Airport Phase I Expansion 2010/11

$1.1 Billion
New Central Terminal Complex
New 23 Gate Concourse B (with 3 International Gates)
New Parking Garage #2
New FAA Control Tower
Automated People Mover to Concourse B
Upper/Lower Decking of Roadway for Central Terminal (Arrivals and Departures)
Fentress Bradburn Architects of Denver/Corgan Associates


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Approvals Gained, Site Prep Stage, Awaiting Official Construction

Cathedral Square Building
11th and J Street
Developer: St Anton / Cordano Company
Architect: Kwan Henmi Architecture/Planning
26 Stories, 233 Units, 15K Retail, 27K Office



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



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




East End Gateway Sites II and III
16th and O Street
Developer: Ravel Rasmussen Properties
Architect: Chang Partners
Site II: 4 Stories, 24 Apartments, 4900 sf retail
Site III: 5 Stores, 60 Apartment, 7100 sf retail



Trammell Crow
Alhambra and S Street
278 condominiums



401 Broadway
4th and Broadway


Capital Unity Center
16th and N
www.capitalunity.org
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.




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Proposals/Planning /Approval Stage:


Housing, Office and Hotel

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
38 Stories, 350 Condos Units, 13,000 Ground Floor Retail



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


Crystal Ice Building Rehad
R Street between 16th and 18th
141 Housing Units - 7 Story Building
121,000 Retail Space
Developer: Mark Friedman
Architects: GBD Architects





Newton Booth
Developer: LJ Urban
http://www.ljurban.com/projects_newton_booth.php
27th and V Street
Architect: David Mogavero
32 housing units




Riveredge
7 Towers (between 10 and 20 stories)
Along 14 acres of West Sacramento Waterfront
South of Tower Bridge and West Capitol Avenue
791 market residential units
104 affordable residential units
120k sf retail/commercial office space
200 room hotel
Developer/Architect Dean Unger and Associates
Status: Proposal/ financing not yet secured



Riverfront Docks
Developer: KSWM Docks Partners, LLC
Kenwood Investments, Stockbridge Capital and Wilson Meany Sullivan.
Development of the area know as the "Docks" on the riverfront with housing, retail and open space

Conceptual Rendering



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Culture, Arts and Entertainment Development:


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


Studios for the Perfoming Arts
14th and H Street
4-Story 46,000 Sqaure Feet building that will provide rehearsal, office, and classroom space for The Sacramento Ballet, Sacramento Opera, Sacramento Philharmoic Orchestra, and California Musical Theatre..
Project is currently under going 11.5M fund raising efforts. Project is expected to be completed in 2 years.



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 Childrens Museum
Undetermined Site
www.sacramentochildrensmuseum.org
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.


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Transportation and Streetscape Development

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.


The R Street Market Pedestrian Walkway and Plaza
To be completd along with the Crystal Ice Building Rehad to create a pedestrain walkway with festivals, walking, outdoor eating, street venders and markets.
R Street Market Pedestrian Walkway and Plaza Report

Rendering of completed Crystal Ice Building and Pedestrain Walkway



[/b]K Street Mall Streetscape Improvements[b]




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Major Urban Infill Developments

Railyards
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



Township 9 (formerly known as Capitol Station 65)
A 65 acre Major Project located in the Richards Boulevard area that is currently under review. This innovative proposal consists of a
mix of 2,982 residential units (1,084 apartments, 1,717 condominiums, 16 live/work units, 164 town homes),145,000 square feet of retail, and approximately
12.0± acres of openspace.


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Recently Completed


"The Citizen" Hotel
10th and J Street
200 room hotel operated by Joie de Vivre Hospitality.
www.jdvhospitality.com
14 Story office building being converted into a boutique hotel operated by JDV. Includes ground floor restaurant



CalSTRS Headquarters Building
14 Stories, West Sacramento Riverfront




The Cosmopolitan
10th and K Street Mall
Developers: David S. Taylor Int and CIM Group
Comso's Cafe, Social Nightclub, and Cosmopolitan Cabaret




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




Tapestri Square: 21st and T Street - 58 brownstones


SoCap Lofts: 7th and R Street - 32 loft style for sale units


US Bank Building
6th and Capitol Mall
www.621capitolmall.com
Developer: David S. Taylor Interests
Architect: HOK
24 Stories, 400 Feet, 342K Office Space, 24K Ground Floor Retail



1600 H Street
http://www.1600hlofts.com/
16th and H
50 Housing Units, 10K Retail Space



Sutter Townhouses
Developer: Loftworks
26th/27th and N Street
28 Townhouses



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




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



M.A.R.R.S (Midtown Art Retail & Restaurant Scene)
Developer: Mike Heller
20th street between K and J streets
Interior and exterior renovation including the addition of an expansive pedestrian walkway and plaza area spanning the full length of the building along 20th Street, as well as creative upgrades to the building exterior, lobby, and core areas. M.A.R.R.S. is a unique, daring, urban, artistic, funky project right in the heart of Sacramento's Midtown Arts & Entertainment District.
Tennents signed so far: Luigi's PIzza and The Solomon Dubnick Art Gallery



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


18th and L Street
www.1801L.com
Developer: Sotiris Kolokotronis
Architect: Vrilakas Architects
5 Stories, 187 Rental Units, 10K Ground Floor Retail


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


St Anton Building:
21st and L Street
Developer: St Anton Partners
5 Stories, 65 Rental Units, 3K Ground Floor Retail
Completed: Spring 2006


Fremont Mews
15th and P Street
118 Apartments and 22,000 sf community garden
Completed: Fall 2005



East End Lofts I and II (aka O1 Lofts)
16th & J and 16th & K Street
O1 Communications Headquarters
32 Loft Units
17K Retail Space
Retail Tennents - Design Within Reach Studio, Bistro 33, Mikuni's Sushi and P.F. Changs
Completed: Winter 2005


Ping Yuen
5th and I - Historic Chinatown Building Rehab
82 Senior Rentals
Completed: Summer 2004


Wells Fargo Pavillion
15th and H
2,200-seat "Theatre in the Round" Performance Venue
Completed Summer 2003



Alchemy at R Street: 23rd and R Street - 23 Rental and For Sale Units, 1K Retail Space

Whiskey Hill Lofts: 22nd and S Street - 28 Rental Units

North End Lofts: 14th and C Street - 14 - 3 Story Townhomes

Washington Park Homes: 17th and D Street - 52 3-Story Townhomes

Cancelled

The Towers on Capital Mall
3rd and Capitol Mall
www.sactowers.com
Developer: Saca Development
Architect: Mulvanny G2
53-Stories 615 ft, 799 Condo Units, 65K Two Levels Retail
200 Room Intercontinental Hotel
10K The Spa at La Borgata
40K California Family Fitness




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


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


East End Gateway
16th and O SW - 21 For Sales Loft Units
16th and O NW - 32 Apartments
7 Live Work Townhomes on O Street
23,000 Square Feet Ground Floor Retail
Developer: Loftworks
Architect: FFA Design


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


Capitol Grand Tower
12th and J Street
Developers: Mo Mohanna and California Medical Group
Architect: Nadel Architects Inc
Contractor: Tishman Construction
70 Stores, 965'-spire ; 771' - roofft



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


K Street Tower
8th and K Street Mall

2 - 300 Foot Buildings
Developer: John Saca, Mo Mohanna, John Lambeth
Architect: Kwan Henmi
Option 1)
Tower 1: 300 Loft Sytle Condos facing K and 8th Street
Tower 2: 300K Sqaure Feet Office Space facing L and 8th Street
17,730 Square Feet Ground Floor Retail
Option 2)
Tower 1 and 2: 600 Loft Sytle Condos
17,730 Square Feet Ground Floor Retail

East End Gateway Sites I
Developer: Lambert Developement
Architect: Carrier Johnson
Site I: 16th and N Street - 15 Stories, 122 Condos, Retail 5K

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Nice work!

Perhaps add "The Citizen Hotel" to the name of the JDV hotel? Though I prefer just "The Citizen"...
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Since the other is going to get closed soon, time to start a new one

Let me know if I missed anything.
Riveredge
7 Towers (between 10 and 20 stories)
Along 14 acres of West Sacramento Waterfront
South of Tower Bridge and West Capitol Avenue
791 market residential units
104 affordable residential units
120k sf retail/commercial office space
200 room hotel
Developer/Architect Dean Unger and Associates
Status: Proposal/ financing not yet secured
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I was also noting that the California Transportation Commission is proposing to spend $1.1 billion dollars for Bay Area highway improvements compared to just over $237 million in Sacramento. (Haven't looked at the L.A. area which I suspect is disproportionally much larger than both)..

But doing the math....

5.9 million people in the greater SF/SJ MSA(s) receive $1.1 billion for transportation improvements

while

2.1 million people in Sacramento MSA receive $237 million....


Either Sacramento is getting taken to the cleaners by the California Transportation Commission or the SACOG isn't doing a very good job lobbying for transportation funds.

That's not to blame the bay area MTA, because they need transportation $$$ just as badly. But it does raise a question as to how state transportation dollars are distributed.

I really think at some point the State of California needs to disburse transportation dollars based on percentage of the states population and/or growth...

The decision from the California Transportation Commission is in....


The Sacramento Metropolitan Area (SACOG) today received $241 million for regional highway projects. However the State Transportation Commission denied Sacramento the additional $80 million it was seeking to build carpool lanes on I-80 from Longview Road to the Sacramento River.....


The California Transportation Commission decided to increase funding for the Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission (from their ealier proposal) by $260 million for a total of $1.4 billion...

It works out good for the bay area and no doubt all of us who have driven in the bay area lately, know that they can definitely use any
additional money that they can get.

Unfortunately for Sacramento, it simply lacks the poltical muscle necessary to get a bigger (or at the very least; a proportional) piece
of the transportation pie.

It also explains why Cal Trans is trying to get the regional governments in Sacramento as well as local developers to
kick in more $$$ to pay for highway improvements.
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Goog job. You might also want to update the size and picture of Capitol Grand Tower but everything else looks good.
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Great! Should the Capitol Grand rendering and height possibly be updated...?
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Capitol Grand updated...

Jesus, we only got 241M?? Man, that blows.

While this does suck, I am really interested to see how much we get for the next round of financing that's for public transportion. We need to get a bigger chunk that.

I don't know much about what is planned out there, but I really want to see what the city is requesting and for what projects. I have to imagine the Intermodal and DNA are or should be up on the list.

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List looks good. Can't believe how much is going on in Sactown. And we still have yet to hear solid plans for more res. buildings in midtown that are going to be 8 or more stories.

Oh, and here's the link to my picture thread from the old Sac construction thread.

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Why not just increase the height of capital grand 35' to pass 1000'?
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Why not increase the height to 10000'? It has just as good of chance of getting built at that height.
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Why not increase the height to 10000'? It has just as good of chance of getting built at that height.
Seriously, 1000 ft would break that threshold that few cities are willing to break. As it is, you're probably going to hear it from the homeless about the shadow it's going to cast on Loaves and Fishes!
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Don't forget about Township 9 on Richards Blvd.
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Why not increase the height to 10000'? It has just as good of chance of getting built at that height.
That chance being NO chance...

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Don't forget about Township 9 on Richards Blvd.
Does anyone have any link, websites or info on this project?
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Does anyone have any link, websites or info on this project?
Per Matrix newsletter...http://www.cityofsacramento.org/dsd/...er-2007-01.pdf - no pictures though.

An example of a Major Project is
Township 9 (formerly known as Capitol
Station 65), a 65 acre Major Project
located in the Richards Boulevard
area that is currently under review.
This innovative proposal consists of a
mix of 2,982 residential units (1,084
apartments, 1,717 condominiums, 16
live/work units, 164 town homes),
145,000 square feet of retail, and approximately
12.0± acres of open
space. The overall cost of the project
($50 million +) as well as its size and
diversity of land uses puts it squarely
in the Major Project category.

Also, they make mention of a Bacchus Wine Bar on Page 3 - perhaps that info was posted here already? I'd search the site but it's SO SLOW today - or is it just me? All my other sites load fine.

Bacchus Wine Bar: 1915 S Street
Changes are in the works for an existing
warehouse building at 1915 S
Street. The location, which currently
features 3,395 square feet of warehouse
space, has been approved
for a major rehabilitation. It was previously
used as a sound studio,
wholesale flower shop, and sewing
store before falling vacant and becoming
dilapidated over the years.
The existing building will be converted
into a wine retail store with
an adjoining 49 seat wine bar. The
exterior and interior overhaul will
enhance the surrounding neighborhood
by providing a sleek and modern
edge to the building.
The wine retail store promotes its
image as an upscale business
which focuses on the sale of quality
wines. Customers will have the opportunity
to learn about featured
wines and become a member of the
Bacchus Wine Club. The business
will also offer climate controlled wine
lockers to customers.

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How dense will this project be? I tried to figure it out. But, it's too early for me!
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It's amazing that such a massive project as Township 9 / Capitol Station 65 / North Town can proceed without any public documentation. I don't mean to sound like a NIMBY, but they could be building smurf village out there for all we know. The only imagery published was shown in that special section in Comstock's Biz Mag a several months ago. And even then - the majority of the renderings were shown in advertisements for contractors and developers. Here is the latest news found in a seemingly unrelated article in the Sac Biz Journal...

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Habitat for Humanity finds a new home at Depot Park, for now
The nonprofit can afford the rent thanks to ReStore, which raked in $700K last year
Sacramento Business Journal - February 23, 2007
by Kelly Johnson, Staff Writer

After five years in the Richards Boulevard area, Sacramento Habitat for Humanity and its ReStore are moving to new digs.

The nonprofit is leaving its North 7th Street home, which will be demolished as part of a 65-acre development of homes, office, retail and open space. There it paid $3,000 a month, including utilities, for 45,000 square feet. Its landlord saved it an estimated half-million dollars in rent.
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as far as density goes, the numbers look great. if you subract the open space (12 acres) from the total area (65 acres) the residential / retail development areas should be around 56 units per acre.
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Taken in the Woodland, CA. Plant


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