That includes forming a bigger development team and bringing everyone up to date, talking with potential partners, budgeting and more, saidDave Eadie, vice president of the commercial investment group withKennedy Wilson.
“My job is to frame everything and summarize it so it can be digested easily,” said Eadie.
Those steps will also include a more defined schedule for the project, which would provide clarity on when work will begin. Sacramento Commons is a sizable plan to redevelop much of a residential superblock south of downtown Sacramento with hundreds of new housing units. The final development, which has a 20-year entitlement, would have two high-rise residential towers, a high-rise condo or condo/hotel tower, and three mid-rise residential buildings. There would also be some neighborhood retail and other site changes, including removal of about 200 trees.
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