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Sacramento’s first luxury high-rise rental residences announced

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Sacramento’s first luxury high-rise rental residences announced

Southern Land Company is developing the project.

By David Malone, Managing Editor | October 20, 2021

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Southern Land Company (SLC) and the Sacramento Kings have announced plans for a new mixed-use, luxury high-rise project located at Capitol Mall and 3rd Street in Sacramento. The project will represent the first high-rise rental residences in Sacramento.

The mixed-use project will feature approximately 28 floors comprising 225 luxury apartment homes and an 80,000-sf mass timber office building in a prime location just 0.2 miles from Golden 1 Center, home of the Sacramento Kings. The development will offer a unique live-work-play lifestyle to its residents.

Future residents will live close to myriad shopping and dining options as well as three million sf of office space. Residents will also enjoy direct access to Crocker Park located just across the street as well as Crocker Art Museum, one of the largest art museums in North America.

After acquiring the land, known as Lot X, from the City of Sacramento, the Kings began looking for a partner to bring the new project to life, finding that partner in SLC. SLC then bought the 2.56-acre site from the Sacramento Kings. The lot has long been used as a surface parking lot for people working in nearby offices.

Renderings of the project and more details about the project’s design and features will be available at a later date.


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