Next phase of Bridge District development looks south

Plans for the next phase of development in West Sacramento’s Bridge District are being reviewed by city planners.

Developer Mark Friedman’s firm Fulcrum has submitted designs and concepts for 11 single-family homes, six condominiums and a 69-unit apartment building.

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New apartments in West Sacramento’s Bridge District are shown online as “Granary Lofts.”

All three projects would be north of Mill Street and west of Riverfront Street, bisected by Central Street. The Park Moderns, Fulcrum’s first single-family project in the neighborhood, is immediately to the north. The site for those projects is currently vacant.

According to the plans on the city’s website, the homes would be three-story structures of 2,278 square feet each, including a garage and deck. Condominiums, with 2,090 square feet of living space, would be across two three-story buildings and have three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The apartments, which are shown on the website as “Granary Lofts,” would be in a four-story building with decks and 9,714 square feet of common space. The building would have 36 studio units of about 500 square feet and 33 one-bedroom/one-bathroom units of about 664 square feet. Total building size would be 65,817 square feet.

Apart from Granary Lofts, the information on the city’s website does not have a name for the development beyond “Bridge District Phase 4.” There was no information on timing for the development, though the city’s website indicates the development would need tentative map and design review approval.

A representative for Fulcrum said Friedman was not yet ready to discuss the proposal.

Article and image provided by: Sacramento Business Journal
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