Construction workers put an outer shell on the Eviva Midtown apartments in Sacramento, 118 condominium-style rental units in a six-story structure scheduled to open this year. Construction is one of the few middle-income employment fields showing significant growth in California.
Construction workers put an outer shell on the Eviva Midtown apartments in Sacramento, 118 condominium-style rental units in a six-story structure scheduled to open this year. Construction is one of the few middle-income employment fields showing significant growth in California. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Construction workers put an outer shell on the Eviva Midtown apartments in Sacramento, 118 condominium-style rental units in a six-story structure scheduled to open this year. Construction is one of the few middle-income employment fields showing significant growth in California. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
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