2000 16th Street Mixed-Use Project (DR23-267)


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Sacramento
Document Title
2000 16th Street Mixed-Use Project (DR23-267)
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
This project consists of a request to demolish the on-site structures to construct a 92,297 square foot mixed-use development with 134 income-restricted multi-unit dwellings, 2,488 square feet of ground floor commercial, and 20 vehicle parking spaces on a 0.75-acre site within the General Commercial (C- 2-SPD) and Single-Unit and Duplex Dwelling (R-lB-SPD) zones and the Central City Special Planning District. This request requires director-level approval of Site Plan and Design Review for the demolition of the existing structures and construction of new mixed-use building and site improvements, and a Density Bonus and associated concessions/waivers for a 100% affordable ( excluding a manager dwelling unit) housing project income-restricted to very-low- and low-income households (i.e., households between 31 % to 80% of the area median income (AMI) of Sacramento County) pursuant to Sacramento City Code (SCC) section 17 .860.040 and Government Code (Gov Code) sections 65915 through 65918 .

Contact Information

Phillip Harvey
Agency Name
Kuchman Architects, Inc.
Job Title
Project Applicant
Contact Types
Project Applicant

Ron Bess
Agency Name
City of Sacramento
Job Title
Associate Planner
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Cross Streets
16th Street and Tomato Alley
Parcel #
009-0151-006, -007, and -008-0000)
State Highways
I-80 and I-5
Sacramento River

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Statutory Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Reasons for Exemption
The 2000 16th Street Mixed Use Project ("project") is a mixed-use development project within the meaning of PRC section 21155.4(a). • The project is located in a transit priority area within the meaning of PRC section 21155.4(a)(l ). • The project is consistent with the Central City Specific Plan as required by PRC section 21 l 55.4(a)(2). • The project is consistent with the general use designation, density, building intensity, and applicable policies specified for the project area as set forth in the Sacramento Area Organization of Governments (SACOG) Metropolitan Transit Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy, which has been accepted by the California Air Resources Board as achieving greenhouse gas emission reduction targets.
County Clerk


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