Comstock’s has been following four businesses in Sacramento since March to see how they’re faring amid the pandemic. Here’s how they stand now.
West Sacramento’s Washington District has transformed in the past decade, due to efforts by the City of West Sacramento, developers and food entrepreneurs.
Bikini tops made from inflatable vinyl chairs and chain harnesses made with floppy disks aren’t items that department stores typically sell, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be fashionable.
The community has begun to increase its support of Black-owned restaurants due to the heightened awareness of the inequities Black businesses face, but will it last?
The rate of Black homeownership in the United States is the lowest among all racial groups. Local real estate agents are working with a national organization to help close the gap.
The pandemic has upended normal operations for the four airports, but stakeholders see reasons for optimism.
In June 2020, Kitchell CEM welcomed Wendy Cohen to her new position as company president. Cohen guides the firm with 26 years of experience in the construction industry, including seven years with Kitchell. Throughout her career, she’s worked on all sides of the construction industry, including general contractor, owner and consultant.
The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating both stubborn challenges and surprising opportunities for the construction industry.
The vacant lot at 16th and F streets in Sacramento — the future site of Lavender Courtyard, the city’s first LGBTQ-friendly affordable housing for older adults — is still empty, but it won’t be for long.
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