After five years of planning, Aggie Square has broken ground in Oak Park. We chat with Chancellor May about how the project’s partners are responding to concerns and what Aggie Square aims to bring to the region.
Cities around the state are trying to circumvent California’s new law allowing duplexes to be built on properties previously zoned as single family. Their methods include everything from removing parking and forbidding vehicle ownership to requiring arbitrary amounts of mature vegetation.
The SAFE Real Estate Sales Team finds ideal home loans for clients purchasing newly-constructed homes or existing properties.
April Andre and her team at The Collective are experts in furnishing commercial office space and work closely with the architect and design community to achieve clients’ workspace goals. Formerly known as VCO, The Collective’s new name and logo were created after acquiring Office Source and SCI Interiors.
While the housing boom has led to issues like
limited affordable housing, some see the sizzling
market as a sign of the region’s dynamism. We evaluate how we got
here and what’s on the horizon.
Nearly two years into the pandemic, the Crocker’s art park project is being brought back to life, though there are a few hurdles to overcome before breaking ground.
From posing in hot yoga class to pitching new business, here’s how Barry Broome structures his days as CEO of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council.
Founded in 2005, DesCor Builders provides full-service preconstruction, general contracting and construction management services at a competitive cost throughout Northern California. A leader in many industry categories, one of the main ways DesCor differentiates themselves is with superior preconstruction services.
Tribal officials are working with Sacramento city government to secure a formal recognition of tribal land, creating opportunities for education.
In The Way We Work, we track the routines of local executives. Here’s how Kelley Cowan oversees multiple construction projects.