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At 244 acres, The Railyards is the largest infill downtown development in the west. Plans for the project will model a modern urban lifestyle, including proximity to transit, work, recreation and entertainment. The development will be anchored by a $300 million, 20,000-seat Major League Soccer stadium. The dynamic, mixed-use environment will also include up to 5 million square feet of office, approximately 700,000 square feet of retail, a state-of-the-art mass transit hub, housing and cultural amenities. When complete, the development will add 7 million square feet and 10,000 residents to downtown Sacramento, effectively doubling the urban core.
This site represents a unique opportunity for major employers to establish an iconic presence in downtown Sacramento. Future tenants will benefit from exposure to over 1.1 million annual visitors to Sacramento’s Amtrak station (which is projected to increase to over 15 million by 2030) and Interstate 5, which generates 194,000 daily vehicle trips.
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Recent news on The Railyards
Construction activity in Sacramento's Railyards is starting to go vertical, with a high-profile project in its southeast corner now planned for a fall start.
The first residential project in the Railyards is breaking ground soon. The AJ, a 345-unit mixed-use project, is set to begin construction within the next week or so, said Josh Leachman, vice president of project development at LDK Ventures...
This article outlines Railyards projects in various stages of development. It's part of our Redefining the Core coverage, which highlights some 115 projects either in the works or proposed for the central city.
Cushman & Wakefield has gotten the nod to lead leasing efforts for up to 5 million square feet of office space in Sacramento’s Railyards development, as the full site plan for the project begins to roll out.
Republic FC ownership is continuing to work alongside the City of Sacramento and stadium development team to build its world-class downtown Major League Soccer stadium.
Marking the culmination of a journey that began more than five years ago, Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber officially announced today that Major League Soccer (MLS) has awarded an expansion team to California’s capital city...