Category Archives: Capital Mall

Arena Development Impact

As this story from the Sacramento Bee reports, it will help Old Town, and, we also believe, it will help the Parkway. An excerpt. Old Sacramento, where the city has fought back floods and fires for 160 years, is facing … Continue reading

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Downtown Development

Redeveloping the Marshall Hotel into a boutique hotel, as reported by the Sacramento Bee, is a great idea and very good news for downtown development resulting from the Kings Arena plans. An excerpt. On the same day a campaign to … Continue reading

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Streetcars Coming Back?

They once ran all over Sacramento and this story from the Sacramento Bee that the Kings will help jump start a new line, is great news. An excerpt. The Sacramento Kings have agreed to pay $500,000 to help launch a … Continue reading

Posted in Capital Mall, History, K Street, Transportation

Crushed Can, King’s Crown, Etc.

Well sure, the new arena plan could be seen as both of these and as Half Dome too—and what is more appropriate for a sports venue than a crushed aluminum can look—but whatever vision you see in the plans, it … Continue reading

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Arena & Sacramento’s Downtown

This column by Marcos Breton nails the impact, and the singularity, of the new arena on downtown. An excerpt. What’s the alternative to building an arena in downtown Sacramento? There isn’t an alternative – not a real one, anyway. No … Continue reading

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New Arena, Wow!

In what is surely going to be one of the most beautiful venues to play basketball in the country, the Sacramento Kings unveiled their new arena design, as reported by the Sacramento Bee. An excerpt. The Sacramento Kings unveiled final … Continue reading

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Arena Project

Perfect, a local developer gets the lead role in developing one of the most important projects in recent Sacramento history, as reported by the Sacramento Bee. An excerpt. “Mark Friedman is a home-grown developer with a famous family name, a … Continue reading

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