Preliminary work already is underway for a 900,000-square-foot commercial center on I-5. Merlone Geier Partners, a San Francisco-based developer, plans a Walmart, an R.C. Willey, a movie theater, a sporting goods store, a pet supply store, clothing stores, restaurants and assorted other retail outlets. Expect to see buildings sometime in 2016.
Preliminary work already is underway for a 900,000-square-foot commercial center on I-5. Merlone Geier Partners, a San Francisco-based developer, plans a Walmart, an R.C. Willey, a movie theater, a sporting goods store, a pet supply store, clothing stores, restaurants and assorted other retail outlets. Expect to see buildings sometime in 2016. Steven Senne AP
Preliminary work already is underway for a 900,000-square-foot commercial center on I-5. Merlone Geier Partners, a San Francisco-based developer, plans a Walmart, an R.C. Willey, a movie theater, a sporting goods store, a pet supply store, clothing stores, restaurants and assorted other retail outlets. Expect to see buildings sometime in 2016. Steven Senne AP
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December 13, 2015 8:00 AM

South Sacramento road offers major new Highway 99/I-5 connector

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