Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency and a national developer plan to tear down Sacramento’s Twin Rivers housing project and replace it with a denser, mixed-income urban village that will house many more people. Twin Rivers housing project is bordered by Richards Boulevard on the north, Dos Rios Street on the west, and Sitka Street on the south.
Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency and a national developer plan to tear down Sacramento’s Twin Rivers housing project and replace it with a denser, mixed-income urban village that will house many more people. Twin Rivers housing project is bordered by Richards Boulevard on the north, Dos Rios Street on the west, and Sitka Street on the south. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency and a national developer plan to tear down Sacramento’s Twin Rivers housing project and replace it with a denser, mixed-income urban village that will house many more people. Twin Rivers housing project is bordered by Richards Boulevard on the north, Dos Rios Street on the west, and Sitka Street on the south. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Why Sacramento plans to demolish and replace an entire neighborhood

July 23, 2017 4:00 AM

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