Sports facility - Sleep Train Arena, former Kings practice facility, associated parking
The Innovation Park project site is a 183.8-acre site located within the City of Sacramento’s North Natomas community in the northwestern portion of the city. The site is situated within a larger area bounded by Del Paso Road to the north, Truxel Road to the east, Arena Boulevard to the south, and East Commerce Way to the west. Within this larger area, a ring of parcels surrounds the site of the proposed planned unit development (PUD). Current development within the proposed project site includes the Sleep Train Arena building, the former Sacramento Kings practice facility, parking areas, partially developed areas and fully undeveloped areas at the northernmost end of the Innovation Park site.
The proposed PUD provides a framework for a community defined by districts. The PUD provides for a total of three distinct districts with a strong sense of place: Health; Life; and Innovation. Each district consists of unique characteristics, individually identified to accommodate different but complementary uses. The Health District would contain a hospital and medical campus, complementary commercial, retail, medical office, residential uses for active seniors, medical focused education facilities, and residences for students, faculty and faculty family members. Outdoor spaces and other public gathering places would be provided that foster connection to the surrounding districts. The Life District incorporates the area east of Innovator Drive, and may include but is not limited to a mix of neighborhoods, a park and plaza, a school, a hotel and local serving retail. It would include vibrant higher density urban residential areas in the core of Innovation Park, graduating to quieter, less dense neighborhoods within, and feature a prominent urban plaza and nature park. The Innovation District would include a mix of higher intensity uses focused on innovation, including office, and residential mixed-use.
The proposed project would include development of the CNU Medical Center, a higher education campus including a hospital, medical offices, laboratories, graduate colleges, faculty and student dormitories, and supporting retail uses.
Other (Residential, Commercial, Hospital, Medical Center, Office, Rec.)
General Plan Amendment, Planned Unit Development, Rezone
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