A conceptual rendering shows a view of the revised project for the Ice Blocks site, after the demolition of structures that were damaged by fire.
A conceptual rendering shows a view of the revised project for the Ice Blocks site, after the demolition of structures that were damaged by fire. Heller Pacific
A conceptual rendering shows a view of the revised project for the Ice Blocks site, after the demolition of structures that were damaged by fire. Heller Pacific
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New buildings to rise from ashes of Sacramento’s R Street ice plant

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