Ali Youssefi wrote that his vision of downtown Sacramento includes “celebrating our architectural heritage through preservation, implementing innovative strategies in sustainability and capitalizing on the appeal of urban living by expanding housing options downtown.” He also wants to “raise the standard by which we develop city blocks around pedestrians and mixed-use neighborhoods, and insist on these blocks being connected with one another.”
Ali Youssefi wrote that his vision of downtown Sacramento includes “celebrating our architectural heritage through preservation, implementing innovative strategies in sustainability and capitalizing on the appeal of urban living by expanding housing options downtown.” He also wants to “raise the standard by which we develop city blocks around pedestrians and mixed-use neighborhoods, and insist on these blocks being connected with one another.” Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Ali Youssefi wrote that his vision of downtown Sacramento includes “celebrating our architectural heritage through preservation, implementing innovative strategies in sustainability and capitalizing on the appeal of urban living by expanding housing options downtown.” He also wants to “raise the standard by which we develop city blocks around pedestrians and mixed-use neighborhoods, and insist on these blocks being connected with one another.” Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

The Conversation / Downtown development

January 30, 2016 4:00 PM

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