Sacramento’s downtown Railyards will be the home of a new 150-unit affordable housing development on the corner of 7th and F streets. Mayor Darrell Steinberg will join the Wong Center Association, Mutual Housing California, LDK Ventures and Councilmember Jeff Harris for an official groundbreaking ceremony and press event at the site of the new apartment building.
This article gives an overview of projects in various stages of development in the Railyards and River District.
A Sacramento City Council vote Tuesday gave a final green light to Wong Center Senior Apartments, a 150-unit project planned for the city's Railyards development.
Momentum in the long-vacant downtown Railyards is picking up. LDK Ventures is planning to begin construction on the Telegrapher, a 432-unit rental apartment complex.
More multistory housing units are being planned for Sacramento's Railyards urban infill project, in a new proposal surpassing even the 345-unit building under construction now.
Kaiser Permanente’s plans to build a new medical center at Sacramento’s Railyards appear to be gaining momentum.
Since at least 2015, Kaiser has been gearing up plans for a 420-bed hospital in Sacramento’s Railyards north of Downtown. The 14-story hospital is one of the flagship projects planned for the Railyards development.
Last week the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority and the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District unveiled Link21, a new program aimed at transforming rail, including light and passenger rail, throughout the Bay Area.
The proposal for 631 F St. is the same: 150 affordable apartments in a four-story building. But the project is now aimed at seniors, and is called Wong Center Senior Apartments.
Ron Burkle has agreed to purchase a majority ownership in the soccer club, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said at Downtown Sacramento Partnership’s State of Downtown event Tuesday morning.
Kaiser Permanente has set in stone its intent to build a major project at the Downtown Railyards development, completing a land purchase for its planned medical center.
Denton Kelley, Managing Principal for LDK Ventures, talks with Mark Haney about taking on the largest urban infill project in the country and the dynamics of being in a family business.
Kaiser Permanente is still planning a 1.2 million-square-foot medical center in Sacramento’s Railyards development, but its opening date looks to have slipped by a year.
Larry Kelley founded LDK Ventures to construct some of the most iconic projects in the Sacramento Region, including Stanford Ranch, The Railyards, and McClellan Park.
A six-story, 277-unit mixed-use project at the corner of Seventh Street and Railyards Boulevard is likely to be the first residential development in Sacramento’s Railyards.
The Sacramento Republic FC began groundwork Thursday on its $250 million soccer stadium in the Sacramento Railyards to show the city's commitment to being home to a Major League Soccer team.
Add another future development project to the railyard north of downtown Sacramento: a new elementary school.
LDK Ventures has hired the Sacramento marketing and advertising firm MeringCarson to develop a brand identity for the downtown railyard development.
An expansive plan to redevelop Sacramento’s historic downtown railyard with a major- league soccer stadium, a hospital and a mix of housing and shops took a big step toward full approval by the city Monday night.
A Sacramento City Council vote to confirm the new plan for the railyard development is set for early next month. But the developers with Downtown Railyard Venture LLC are also turning attention to what’s on their plate after that.
Decades in the making, hundreds joined together on Friday to celebrate the completion of the 5th Street Bridge and the beginning of a new chapter for the city of Sacramento.
Railyards Boulevard opened to traffic Friday with great fanfare, but some say this road is not a good idea.
Another milestone in turning the railyard from redevelopment possibility to reality was reached Friday, when the city of Sacramento and developers LDK Ventures LLC opened up roads through the 200-acre site.
After decades hidden away, Sacramento’s massive railyard officially opened its doors to the public Friday, ushering in what officials predict will be a building boom in the northwest corner of downtown for decades to come.
When Roseville native Frank Myers returned to the Sacramento region from the Bay Area, he wasn’t only coming home to raise a family. He was also starting a career that has led to the development of some of the most significant real estate projects in the region.
The City of Sacramento is moving along with the redevelopment of the Sacramento Railyards, what was once the largest rail yard west of the Mississippi River. At 244-acres, the proposed mixed-used, adaptive-reuse project is just north of the city’s downtown.
The draft environmental impact report for the railyard project, Kaiser Permanente medical center and Major League Soccer stadium was released Friday. Here are five details found in the report or suggested by its release:
Downtown Railyards Venture is a master developer with some big plans for Sacramento’s downtown area.
The Sacramento Railyards are a 244-acre mixed-use redevelopment project located at the former Union Pacific railyard in downtown Sacramento, and is the largest urban infill project in the country. Remediation of the site is partially funded by a Cleanup Grant.
Located just north of Downtown and south of the River District, the Union Pacific Railyards that once served as the western terminus of the 1860s Transcontinental Railroad, will soon be transformed into a dynamic, urban mixed-use hub for residents, workers, and visitors.
The Sacramento City Council has given the green light to some of Mayor Kevin Johnson's ambitious economic proposals.
A document on file at City Hall says development of Sacramento’s railyard will connect and expand downtown Sacramento. Make it walkable and transit-friendly. Add housing and respect the land’s history as a railroad hub.
In their first appearance before Sacramento’s planning and design commission, developers have offered new details about the downtown railyard project.
A Sacramento development firm completed the long-awaited purchase of downtown Sacramento’s abandoned railyard Wednesday, setting the stage for a new era of development that’s expected to include a hospital, Major League Soccer stadium, university institute and thousands of homes.
With his development firm set to formally acquire the railyard this month, Larry Kelley on Wednesday gave new details on how the project will unfold.
Kaiser Permanente announced Thursday it plans to build a hospital at the downtown railyards site in Sacramento.
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