The Davis Innovation Center would be a T-shaped 207-acre site abutting the hospital, by Hines and SKK Developments.
By fall, the mixed-use project 1801 L, at the street address of the same name, will have new paint, energy-efficient windows, an around-the-clock business center and more.
The team of real estate firm Hines, The Hodgson Company and SKK Development proposed a T-shaped, 207-acre parcel in the northwest quadrant of the city, a mile from the UC Davis campus.
Kolokotronis has turned his attention to the city’s urban core. His investments, like 1801 L Street, have paid off, bringing life to parts of the city that used to be absolutely dead after 5 o’clock.
The Sacramento Kings have selected a group of community and business leaders and a chief of that group to serve as ambassadors for the organization.
The socially responsible developer of the swank new L Street Lofts has been called “the darling of the smart-growthers” and “king of infill.”
Between the years 2004 and 2008, infill developer Kolokotronis plunked nearly 200 rental units and more than $100 million worth of real estate in Midtown, including his 1801 L Street building.
SN&R chats with hot-shot developer Kolokotronis about the future of Sacramento’s central city
The mixed-use building at 1801 L Street was named Project of the Year in the Business Journal's 2006 Real Estate Projects of the Year competition.
The Sacramento Area Council of Governments today honored outstanding regional efforts in transportation, smart-growth planning and air quality as part of the 2005 SACOG Salutes! Regional Awards Program.