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Sacramento planning commissioners reviewed a controversial plan Thursday to tear down 206 garden apartments and replace them with more than 1,000 high-rise units on a leafy, traffic-free “super block” in downtown Sacramento.
The Sacramento Association of Realtors will host a free homeownership workshop on July 19 to help buyers negotiate a market that, despite improvements, remains extremely challenging. Federal authorities will hold an event later this month to hel...
The Ronald McDonald House on the UC Davis Medical Center campus will add 20 bedrooms for families of children being treated at area hospitals.
The State Water Resources Control Board has proposed emergency regulations that would limit lawn watering and car washing statewide – with fines of up to $500 per day for residents who break the rules.
Philip Harvey, a member of the city’s Planning and Design Commission and vice president of Petrovich Development, has agreed to pay a $6,000 fine for improperly influencing city decisions over Petrovich’s Curtis Park Village project,...
The city of Sacramento currently limits residents to running their lawn sprinklers two days a week, which should be enough to keep lawns alive and green, experts say. But ignoring watering restrictions could lead to firmer limits if it doesn&rsq...
Big Springs Gardens, a one-of-a-kind 118-acre property beneath the Sierra Buttes, was listed recently for $3.5 million.
The No. 2 official at the U.S. Department of Agriculture came to UC Davis on Monday and announced the launch of a website and other measures to help beginning farmers.
Sacramento’s residential real estate market offers more choices and better deals to buyers who can pay more than $500,000.
Today there’s just a fenced-off pit the size of a city block to remind residents of a time when Sacramento’s housing market seemed ready to reach for the sky and draw thousands of upscale buyers to downtown condominiums.