CalPERS agreed 10 years ago to develop this parking lot into a 300-unit housing complex. But the pension giant has not build the project yet and the city of Sacramento says the agency is “out of compliance” with a written agreement to do so.
CalPERS agreed 10 years ago to develop this parking lot into a 300-unit housing complex. But the pension giant has not build the project yet and the city of Sacramento says the agency is “out of compliance” with a written agreement to do so. Ryan Lillis rlillis@sacbee.com
CalPERS agreed 10 years ago to develop this parking lot into a 300-unit housing complex. But the pension giant has not build the project yet and the city of Sacramento says the agency is “out of compliance” with a written agreement to do so. Ryan Lillis rlillis@sacbee.com
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CalPERS has not followed through on pledge to build downtown housing, city says

October 03, 2017 3:55 AM

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