Sacramento Commons (P14-012)

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Summary

SCH Number
2014042032
Lead Agency
Sacramento, City of (City of Sacramento)
Document Title
Sacramento Commons (P14-012)
Document Type
OTH - Other Document
Received
Present Land Use
Residential / R-5 Multi-family / Central Business District

Document Description
Notes: Response to Comments. The proposed project provides for two development options (or scenarios). The Hotel / Condo / Retail Scenario would construct a 300-room hotel, up to 1,171 new dwelling units (increasing the total within project site to 1,374), and up to 70,000 sf of neighborhood support/retail space. The Condo / Retail Scenario would construct up to 1,267 new dwelling units (increasing the total within the project site to 1,470) and up to 52,000 sf of neighborhood support/retail space. Both scenarios would remove 206 existing garden apartments and retain the existing Capitol Towers building (which contains 203 apartments). The project site is approximately 10.13 net acres in land area.

Contact Information
Scott Johnson
City of Sacramento
300 Richards Boulevard, 3rd Floor
Sacramento, CA 95811

Phone : (916) 808-5842

Location

Coordinates
38°34'34.3"N 121°30'4.3"W
Cities
Sacramento
Counties
Sacramento
Cross Streets
5th / P / 7th / N Street
Zip
95811
Total Acres
10.13
Parcel #
006-0300-002, -003, -004
State Highways
I-5, US-50, SR 99, 160,
Railways
UPRR
Airports
No
Schools
William Land Elem.
Waterways
Sacramento River and American Rivers
Township
9N
Range
4E
Section
35/36
Base
MDB&M

Notice of Completion

Development Type
Residential (1000 Units) Commercial (50-70k Sq. Ft.)
Local Action
Planned Unit Development Site Plan Rezone Subdivision
Project Issues
Air Quality Archaeologic-Historic Biological Resources Drainage/Absorption Economics/Jobs Flood Plain/Flooding Forest Land/Fire Hazard Geologic/Seismic Noise Population/Housing Balance Public Services Recreation/Parks Schools/Universities Sewer Capacity Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Solid Waste Toxic/Hazardous Traffic/Circulation Vegetation Water Quality Water Supply Growth Inducing Land Use Cumulative Effects
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