Another week, another modern apartment building being proposed for the central city.
Developer Sotiris Kolokotronis has submitted plans to the city of Sacramento to build a four-story, 75-unit apartment building on the northeast corner of 16th and H streets. The building – called 1600H Lofts – would replace a parking lot on the site.
Five “live-work” units would sit on the ground floor, with a mix of studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments on the other floors. There would be a courtyard and a fitness center. The apartments will have balconies and patios.
There is no mention of affordable housing units in the application.
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Kolokotronis is quickly building an empire in the central city. Work could start as early as next month on his 253-unit Press building at 21st and Q streets. Crews are also making steady progress on another project of his, a 68-unit apartment building at 19th and Q streets.