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Sacramento LGBT Community Center buys new headquarters building for $4.3 million
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Sacramento LGBT Community Center buys new headquarters building for $4.3 million

For the Sacramento LGBT Community Center, the address was one the nonprofit couldn’t pass up. A stone’s throw from where rainbow-hued crosswalks...

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SF firm makes eighth local multifamily property buy
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SF firm makes eighth local multifamily property buy

A San Francisco multifamily investment firm has expanded its Sacramento portfolio, specifically in the Arden-Arcade area....

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State looks for affordable housing on Tahoe property
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State looks for affordable housing on Tahoe property

Two affordable housing projects in the works on state-owned land in Sacramento and Stockton look to be followed by one in South Lake Tahoe....

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Express to close 100 stores, including a local site
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Express to close 100 stores, including a local site

Express Inc. is closing 100 stores as it looks to further tighten its belt. The Columbus, Ohio-based retailer (NYSE: EXPR) said in a filing with...

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Report: Sacramento apartment rents still fastest-growing in state
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Report: Sacramento apartment rents still fastest-growing in state

Sacramento-region apartment rents are still in the top five nationally for year-over-year percentage growth, even after rising rent received...

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City considers new rules preventing apartments from becoming Airbnbs
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City considers new rules preventing apartments from becoming Airbnbs

Sacramento city leaders are working on new rules aimed at protecting the city’s apartment buildings from being turned into de-facto hotels. The...

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Cost Plus World Market closing in Elk Grove; future of Davis site unclear
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Cost Plus World Market closing in Elk Grove; future of Davis site unclear

Cost Plus World Market is closing a store in Elk Grove this week. Meanwhile, it's unclear if the retailer will retain its presence in Davis. The...

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Kaiser picks up more land, offices at two locations
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Kaiser picks up more land, offices at two locations

One of the deals includes a 27,400-square-foot office at 855 Howe Ave. Kaiser picks up more land, offices at two locations

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Gap closing one of its stores in Arden Fair
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Gap closing one of its stores in Arden Fair

Gap Inc. is pulling the plug on one of its local stores. A GapKids store in Arden Fair mall will close Jan. 26, according to the company. It's one...

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Local master-planned community lands among top 50 in nation
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Local master-planned community lands among top 50 in nation

Local development Westshore made a national listing of the 50 most successful master-planned communities, ranked by 2019 net sales. Located in the...

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El Dorado Hills retail project moves forward after land sale
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El Dorado Hills retail project moves forward after land sale

Work is expected to begin soon on an El Dorado Hills retail project, following the sale of land that attracted controversy over a potential Chick...

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Raley's closing two local Food Source stores
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Raley's closing two local Food Source stores

West Sacramento-based Raley's is closing two of its Food Source stores, citing declining foot traffic and sales. The store at 6366 Mack Road in...

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Stag Industrial buys $10.6 million warehouse property in South Sacramento
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Stag Industrial buys $10.6 million warehouse property in South Sacramento

A fully leased warehouse and distribution building sold for $10.6 million recently in South Sacramento....

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Sacramento Film Office launches to increase filming, support local crews
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Sacramento Film Office launches to increase filming, support local crews

Jennifer West, a former television production manager for New Line Cinema, is the first manger of the new Sacramento Film Office. The city has...

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Industrial real estate broker Zac Sweet joins CBRE
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Industrial real estate broker Zac Sweet joins CBRE

One of the top industrial real estate brokers in Sacramento has joined CBRE Group Inc. Zac Sweet joined CBRE’s Roseville office from Buzz Oates...

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Pier 1 shutting down in Citrus Heights
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Pier 1 shutting down in Citrus Heights

A "store closing" sale was underway at Pier 1 Imports Inc. in Citrus Heights on Monday, the same day the retailer released its quarterly earnings...

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How Sacramento's rent hike in past decade compares with other U.S. metros
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How Sacramento's rent hike in past decade compares with other U.S. metros

Rent in the Sacramento market rose over the last decade, but not as much as in several other metros, when figured as a percentage increase. A...

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After sale, Rancho Cordova property could be developed into retail center
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After sale, Rancho Cordova property could be developed into retail center

An empty lot on the south side of Highway 50 in Rancho Cordova could become a new retail center after it was purchased by a Canadian investor....

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Discount department store chain closing a local site
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Discount department store chain closing a local site

Off-price retailer Stein Mart Inc. is closing its Citrus Heights location. The store will shut its doors at the end of February, said Linda Tasseff...

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5 things to know, including some Southside Park retail news
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5 things to know, including some Southside Park retail news

It's New Year's Eve, loyal readers. Here's what you need to know today. Some retail news The Quinn, a Southside Park store that sells vintage and...

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Head of state's health planning office is stepping down
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Head of state's health planning office is stepping down

Robert David, a longtime hospital industry executive and current director of the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, will be...

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Demolition permits approved for L Street buildings downtown
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Demolition permits approved for L Street buildings downtown

Though there's no sign of activity yet, demolition permits are approved for the site of an anticipated downtown Sacramento construction project. On...

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Roseville buying former Alizadeh downtown building for $10.5 million
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Roseville buying former Alizadeh downtown building for $10.5 million

A never occupied building in downtown Roseville is now poised to become city property, after the Roseville City Council approved buying it late...

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Rancho Cordova senior housing project would be company's third locally
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Rancho Cordova senior housing project would be company's third locally

Hawthorn Senior Living is planning a third community in the Sacramento region, this one in Rancho Cordova. After getting approvals earlier this...

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Bluemercury, operated by Macy's, joins Ice Blocks
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Bluemercury, operated by Macy's, joins Ice Blocks

Bluemercury Inc., the beauty and spa services retailer that Macy's Inc. acquired in 2015, is coming to midtown Sacramento's Ice Blocks project. The...

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Property for 369-acre Elk Grove project sold
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Property for 369-acre Elk Grove project sold

Property in Elk Grove entitled for a project of more than 350 acres has a new owner, out of the Bay Area. Records show Village Properties, based in...

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2019: A look back at the year's real estate predictions
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2019: A look back at the year's real estate predictions

As most everything in 2019 is wrapped up other than a real estate deal or two, it's time to take a look back at the bold pronouncements made in...

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Midtown apartment development 19J could be full by spring
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Midtown apartment development 19J could be full by spring

Six months after midtown Sacramento housing project 19J opened, the developer said she believes the emphasis on smaller units was the way to go....

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City opens door for more economic development projects with focus on diversity, equity
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City opens door for more economic development projects with focus on diversity, equity

The city of Sacramento is attempting to spur more economic development in underserved neighborhoods. The city recently launched a website to open...

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Financial technology company hiring tech, mortgage talent in Sacramento
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Financial technology company hiring tech, mortgage talent in Sacramento

Financial technology company RedDoor has stepped up hiring since moving into an office in Sacramento from San Francisco. RedDoor has grown to 12...

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