Fox 40: Proposal could bring new grocery store to Oak Park food desert

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — City leaders are considering a new proposal that could bring the former Food Source supermarket off Broadway and Stockton Boulevard back to life.

When the doors of Food Source on 4401 Broadway closed in March of last year, a major problem started brewing for the people of Oak Park.

“It created a food desert in one of our greatest, neediest areas, making it harder for shoppers with little to no means of transportation during a pandemic get to surrounding grocery stores and buy fresh groceries,” said District 6 Councilman Eric Guerra.

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The Natomas Buzz: New Rental Community Proposed in Natomas

A new single-family rental community in Natomas is being proposed by Sacramento developer Sotiris Kolokotronis.

“We believe, based on the proximity to schools, freeways, downtown and employment centers, this is a very very good site,” Kolokotronis told The Natomas Buzz.

A recent planning permit application filed by Kolokotronis with the city of Sacramento requests a rezone, General Plan amendment, site plan and design review for 82 rental homes at 920 San Juan Road.

SKK Developments is in escrow to buy the undeveloped 9.17-acre parcel from the Catholic Diocese of Sacramento, which put the property on the market about a year ago, said Kolokotronis, founder and president.

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The Sac Bee: Wide Open Walls announces plan for Sacramento’s largest-ever mural in midtown

Just after the Wide Open Walls festival wrapped up for the year, a huge new mural project will blossom in midtown this month. The mural, titled “A Journey into Curiosity,” will be Sacramento’s largest at twice the size of the 15-story Johnny Cash mural in midtown.

The mural will be the group project of more than a dozen muralists who specialize in large-scale productions and will be located on the new Eleanor Apartments building on 16th and E streets. “A Journey into Curiosity” will span five stories on four sides of the building.

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Sac Biz Journal: First Phase of Arden Gateway Apartments Sold for $112.89 Million

The first phase of the largest Sacramento-area apartment complex to be built in several years has sold to a new owner.

Beverly Hills-based real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson acquired The Eisley, the 405 units that make up the first phase of the 737-unit Arden Gateway project in Sacramento northwest of Arden Fair mall, according to an announcement from commercial real estate brokerage CBRE, which arranged a bridge loan on behalf of Kennedy Wilson.

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Connect CA: Kennedy Wilson Acquires The Eisley Near Downtown Sacramento

The Eisley, a 405-unit multifamily community that is currently under construction on 14 acres at 1567 Bartlett Way in Sacramento, was recently purchased by Kennedy Wilson. The 366,638-square-foot property is expected to be completed by spring 2022.

Tampa-based DeBartolo Development and its local development partner, SKK Development, confidentially exposed the opportunity to a select group of qualified buyers. Luis Elorza and Bryan Schellinger, managing directors with NorthMarq in Tampa and Los Angeles, identified the buyer based upon its ability to fund single-asset Opportunity Zone transactions.

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Natomas Buzz: Rental Project in Natomas being Redesigned as for Sale Development

A single-family rental community proposed for Natomas is being redesigned as a for-sale residential project.

Sacramento city council member Jeff Harris announced the decision by SKK Developments to change the project at 920 San Juan Road during a Gardenland Northgate Neighborhood Association meeting last week.

SKK representatives confirmed this shift was the direct result of a previous meeting Harris facilitated between the developer and community members held in early June.

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Sac Biz Journal: 2021 Best Real Estate Projects: H16 Apartments

We’re introducing you to our Best Real Estate Projects of the Year. This is the top urban apartment project.

“Anytime you’re doing urban infill, you have to be extra concerned about the public’s safety,” said Kevin Sauser, architect for the H16 Apartments project, responding to a question about the specific challenges posed by building in an area with high vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

“Actually, as it turned out, the majority of our gawkers were other builders and the area’s business owners, all of whom have a stake in the success of projects in Sacramento’s midtown,” he said.

The five-story, 95-unit apartment complex, which originally was envisioned to be only four stories, is at 1601 H St. The new development — which cost about $24 million to build and was completed a year-and-a-half ago — is located on a site that previously served as an overflow parking lot for the Clarion Hotel, which was torn down last year to make way for a mixed-use project.

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The Sac Bee: Rooftop decks and home offices: More modern housing planned for downtown Sacramento

The historic neighborhood on the northern edge of downtown Sacramento is about to get more high-end housing.

SKK Developments, a firm that has been busy constructing new apartments and town homes around the central city, is proposing to build 16 three-story townhouses on the southeast corner of 13th and C streets in the Mansion Flats neighborhood of downtown.

The homes, part of what’s being called the 13C Townhomes project, would be offered at market rate and would be between 1,800 and 1,907 square feet, according to documents filed with the city of Sacramento.

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Sac Bee: New 2,300-seat live music and event venue planned for midtown Sacramento

Sacramento has long been in search of another mid-sized concert venue that would draw acts not quite big enough to fill Golden 1 Center but popular enough to attract a couple thousand concertgoers. There’s suddenly a lot of interest in building one. SKK Developments, the firm behind several of the central city’s latest high-end apartment buildings, has proposed building a live music, comedy and event theater with a seating capacity of 2,300 in midtown Sacramento. The new theater would replace a vacant industrial building at the southwest corner of 24th and R streets.

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Sac Biz Journal: SKK Developments proposes 2,300-seat theater in Midtown Sacramento

SKK Developments’ newest proposal is still urban infill, but with nary a trace of the residential footprint in all the company’s recent projects.

Instead, SKK founder and President Sotiris Kolokotronis is focusing on a destination entertainment venue, with a 2,300-seat theater proposed at 1800 24th St. in Midtown Sacramento.

“The new 42,700-square-foot building will replace an existing vacant industrial/commercial building and will house a stage, box office, lobby, concessions, mezzanine and artist amenities and dressing rooms,” the project application states. The theater would host live music, comedy, podcasts, lectures and corporate events two to three nights per week.

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