Scott Lewis, 25, bought a detached, 900-square-foot condominium at The Mill at Broadway. The Mill sits near a freeway and industrial companies, but it is walking distance to downtown Sacramento jobs and the new sports and entertainment arena, which is attracting new first-time buyers like Lewis.
Scott Lewis, 25, bought a detached, 900-square-foot condominium at The Mill at Broadway. The Mill sits near a freeway and industrial companies, but it is walking distance to downtown Sacramento jobs and the new sports and entertainment arena, which is attracting new first-time buyers like Lewis. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Scott Lewis, 25, bought a detached, 900-square-foot condominium at The Mill at Broadway. The Mill sits near a freeway and industrial companies, but it is walking distance to downtown Sacramento jobs and the new sports and entertainment arena, which is attracting new first-time buyers like Lewis. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

Sacramento new-home sales rising, but affordability concerns linger

March 08, 2016 06:09 PM

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