Stores like Sur La Table, Jack’s Urban Eats and other notable Sacramento-based restaurants are touted as prospective retail tenants if Safeway signs on as the anchor grocery for Curtis Park Village, a 72-acre development on the reclaimed railyard site adjacent to Sacramento City College.
Stores like Sur La Table, Jack’s Urban Eats and other notable Sacramento-based restaurants are touted as prospective retail tenants if Safeway signs on as the anchor grocery for Curtis Park Village, a 72-acre development on the reclaimed railyard site adjacent to Sacramento City College. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
Stores like Sur La Table, Jack’s Urban Eats and other notable Sacramento-based restaurants are touted as prospective retail tenants if Safeway signs on as the anchor grocery for Curtis Park Village, a 72-acre development on the reclaimed railyard site adjacent to Sacramento City College. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

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