I was inspired to write this post from this article I read HERE.
We are starting to see a little (or maybe a lot) of this going on in Sacramento… There are many old factory buildings that are now coffee shops and restaurant. The classic, old Firestone building on L st and 16th St., now Firestone Public House and Brewery, is a cool example. Tako, a small Korean eatery opened a few years back at an old abandoned filling station. Maybe the best example is the R Street Corridor development, using a lot of old buildings for art lofts, restaurants, and work space. Within this area, there is a great concept seen at the WAL Public Market, including my favorite poke bar, Fish Face, a shoe maker, a vinyl record seller, and more! We see a few examples around town of warehouses turning into offices. K street is getting back on track, with the newer Golden 1 arena and new development in old buildings – it’s so exciting to see things taking shape! Don’t forget about the Old Sugar Mill – so close not to go wine tasting in our backyard! The largest one on the horizon, if it ever gets built out, yes, the Railyards!
Keith Klassen, Real Estate Broker – 916.595.7900
Specializing in Residential Sales and Property Management