As pedestrians approach the M.A.Y. Building on 11th and K streets, they may remember former iterations of the building’s identity. Many Sacramentans threw back a beer at Pyramid Alehouse, until it closed in 2013. Those who have been in town a while longer may remember shopping at Ransohoff’s department store, which closed in 1990. Our oldest residents might even recall the original tenant, the Mohr and Yoerk Market, a supermarket considered highly innovative for its time.
The M.A.Y. Building reopened in late July, paying tribute to the Mohr and Yoerk (M.A.Y.) Market. The developer, Sutter Capital Group, did a major overhaul to create high-end residential units. The apartments are fewer than 1,000 square feet with monthly rent from $1,850 to the mid-$2,000s.
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