Defining Communities

At SKK Developments, we believe that development not only creates communities, it defines them. We take this responsibility seriously, approaching each development project with an eye on creating lasting, socially and environmentally responsible, sustainable communities that improve quality of life. We view development in terms of context to surroundings and are dedicated to delivering infrastructure, transportation, services and public spaces that invite human interaction and create opportunities for economic development.

SKK’s projects include nationally recognized master planned communities in California, Nevada and Oregon, as well as major urban core mixed-use and mixed-income projects that started the renaissance of development in Midtown Sacramento, bringing vibrancy and redevelopment to a central city neighborhood that is now becoming a model for urban living.

January 11, 2017: Sacramento Bee building is sold

The Bee completed the $5.7 million sale of its parking garage to Sacramento developer Sotiris Kolokotronis. Read More »


January 8, 2017: A new neighborhood rises from the empty blocks of midtown’s southern edge

Along R Street between 16th and 18th streets, a village of offices, shops and apartments called Ice Blocks is rising fast on the site of the former Crystal Ice plant. Read More »


December 27, 2016: Midtown Quarters project in Sacramento getting underway

Land sales and beginning site work are getting underway for Sotiris Kolokotronis' multiphase Midtown Quarters mixed-use project. Read More »


December 22, 2016: Large midtown apartment project moves forward with sale of Bee parking garage

SKK Developments plans to break ground in spring 2017 on a 253-unit apartment building at the corner of 21st and Q streets in midtown on the site of the current parking garage for The Sacramento Bee. Read More »


September 3, 2015: With projects underway across the region, developers have their hands full

A conference for developers in Sacramento offered stark proof on Wednesday of how much things have changed in the region since the dark days of the Great Recession. Read More »


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