The owners of downtown Sacramento’s infamous “hole in the ground," an empty lot on Capitol Mall and 3rd Street, say they plan to build a 30-story tower on the long-vacant site with a mix of offices, retail and 100 apartments. Nearly a decade after construction was halted on a pair of 53-story condo towers, Los Angeles developer CIM Group unveiled conceptual drawings of a single 420-foot building that could revive the drab western end of Capitol Mall. The building would be one of the tallest in the city, although CIM executives said the project is still being designed and construction probably wouldn’t begin for another two years. Audio by Dale Kasler. Production by Autumn Payne and Patty Couse-Baker. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee
The owners of downtown Sacramento’s infamous “hole in the ground," an empty lot on Capitol Mall and 3rd Street, say they plan to build a 30-story tower on the long-vacant site with a mix of offices, retail and 100 apartments. Nearly a decade after construction was halted on a pair of 53-story condo towers, Los Angeles developer CIM Group unveiled conceptual drawings of a single 420-foot building that could revive the drab western end of Capitol Mall. The building would be one of the tallest in the city, although CIM executives said the project is still being designed and construction probably wouldn’t begin for another two years. Audio by Dale Kasler. Production by Autumn Payne and Patty Couse-Baker. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee

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Developer unveils vision for ‘hole in the ground’ in downtown Sacramento

February 03, 2016 2:13 PM

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