California state government plans to build a 20-story office tower at 7th and O streets.
California state government plans to build a 20-story office tower at 7th and O streets. Courtesy photo, Department of General Services.
California state government plans to build a 20-story office tower at 7th and O streets. Courtesy photo, Department of General Services.

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State picks Golden 1 Center builder for $520 million Sacramento tower

December 29, 2017 04:56 PM

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