Sacramento Entertainment and Sports Center and Related Development Project (P13-065)
EIR - Draft EIR
Present Land Use
Retail, Commercial / C-3-SPD (Central Business District) / Central Business District.
The Entertainment and Sports Center Project (proposed project) would be located in the Downtown project site and would include incremental demolition of up to 857,943 sf of the existing Downtown Plaza buildings and the below-grade parking garages, and the construction and operation of an approximately 780,000 sf, 17,500 seat entertainment and sports center, and up to 1,500,000 sf of office, retail, housing and hotel uses at the ESC Project Site. The ESC is intended to replace the existing Sleep Train Arena in North Natomas as a regional center for sports and entertainment events, and would include a practice and training facility and administrative offices for the Sacramento Kings. Upon opening of the proposed ESC, the existing Sleep Train Arena and adjacent practice facility would be closed. The ESC Project also includes a comprehensive signage program at the Downtown project site, as well as up to six digital billboards at other locations within Sacramento. The Proposed Project may be developed in one or more phases, with the ESC being developed in the first phase for opening by September 2016.
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