I got some updates on the development at Sutter Park Neighborhood at the East Sac Chamber of Commerce. I know that so many of the neighbors (and those that want to be new neighbors) have been eager for new details so here is what I’ve gathered from listening to Randy Sater speak at our luncheon.
The builder selection is almost complete and they should be able to announce who the builder of the homes and the mixed use space be next month. There will be one builder for the mixed use development and one for the rest of the housing except for the 11 custom home lots.
There are some changes in the development and the original cottages design will be replaced by some more traditional homes.
The mixed use section will have about 3,000 square feet of commercial and it is already fully leased to include some upscale food, a barber shop and more. There will be flats ranging from as small as 900 to 1,600 square feet above the retail, accessed by elevators. I’m very excited to hear about these since they will be the smallest and most affordable units in the development.
Pricing is still to be determined but there should be properties starting in the $600,000’s and the larger custom homes will be over $1,000,000.
The current mix looks like there will be 38 Traditional homes, 17 Courtyard homes, 29 Garden Homes, 11 Cottage homes and 11 Custom homes.
They are predicting that we will have lots of new developments some time next month including more information on the recently updated official website of sutterparkneighborhood.com. The streets should be going in in a couple weeks and finished lots should be ready to build on by November. Hopefully we will see the first homes completed late next Spring.
Stay tuned, this Fall should bring a lot of great developments to the neighborhood!