Mobile Workshop #14 - Emerging Urban Corridors in Downtown Sacramento

APA California Chapter


Monday, September 25, 2017
8 a.m. - 1 p.m. PDT

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This session will focus on three different urban corridors in the central city of Sacramento. It consists of a walking tour on down the J, 16th, and R Street corridors, all of which have seen, and will continue to see significant change in the future as new uses    and development join the existing urban environment. Highlights on J Street will include established and new businesses, new mixed-use developments, and proposed streetcar. 16th Street highlights will include historic uses and reuse of buildings, the role of CADA and development, and implementation the Grid 3.0 policies for 16th and 15th Streets. The final leg on R Street will showcase Sacramento's historic industrial corridor and recent revitalization/re-use of buildings, infrastructure investments, and next steps within the corridor. A continuing theme throughout the walk will be to highlight successes, but also to point out certain past and future challenges in implementing the City's policies. Highlighted projects will include Yamanee,  19J, Elliot Building, East End Project, Eviva, lagado de Ravel, 16 Powerhouse, Ice Blocks, 1400 R, WAL, Market 515.


Michael Hannebut

Michael has worked for the City of Sacramento for 2 years, but has followed the city's central city revitalization for many years before. A graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo's City and Regional Planning program, Michael has worked in many fields of planning including State government (OPR ... Read More

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