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  • Midtown Sacramento's tallest building in the works

    Developer Ryan Heat has proposed a 13-story, 178-foot condo tower for the southeast corner of 25th and J streets. The building, named Yamanee, has garnered a lot of support for its design and amenities but two preservationists are raising opposition because the design goes beyond the 65-foot height limit for Sacramento's Midtown neighborhood.

Developer Ryan Heat has proposed a 13-story, 178-foot condo tower for the southeast corner of 25th and J streets. The building, named Yamanee, has garnered a lot of support for its design and amenities but two preservationists are raising opposition because the design goes beyond the 65-foot height limit for Sacramento's Midtown neighborhood. Ryan Lillis rlillis@sacbee.com
Developer Ryan Heat has proposed a 13-story, 178-foot condo tower for the southeast corner of 25th and J streets. The building, named Yamanee, has garnered a lot of support for its design and amenities but two preservationists are raising opposition because the design goes beyond the 65-foot height limit for Sacramento's Midtown neighborhood. Ryan Lillis rlillis@sacbee.com

Developer vows to start building despite suit over midtown Sacramento condos

July 20, 2016 4:58 PM

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