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  • See the exterior of Sacramento's new luxury hotel and construction around Golden 1 Center

    With online shopping on the rise and traditional retail malls struggling, the Kings hope to lure suburbanites, families, tourists and urban millennials downtown by building what they call a lifestyle district, where entertainment is the main selling point.

With online shopping on the rise and traditional retail malls struggling, the Kings hope to lure suburbanites, families, tourists and urban millennials downtown by building what they call a lifestyle district, where entertainment is the main selling point. Tony Bizjak tbizjak@sacbee.com
With online shopping on the rise and traditional retail malls struggling, the Kings hope to lure suburbanites, families, tourists and urban millennials downtown by building what they call a lifestyle district, where entertainment is the main selling point. Tony Bizjak tbizjak@sacbee.com

‘Lifestyle and entertainment’ district taking shape. Is this the answer to downtown’s woes?

September 10, 2017 3:55 AM

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