By Ryan Lillis, written for The Sacramento Bee
The city is trying to show a little love to the northern stretch of 16th Street in midtown. And the latest attempt is the kind of project you won’t see anywhere else in the Central Valley.
Mutual Housing California last week finalized the purchase of land at the corner of 16th and F streets. The lots are empty now, but the nonprofit plans to build a 50-unit apartment building on the site.
This won’t be just another apartment building on a street where hundreds of apartments have already been built. Instead, Lavender Courtyard would be an LGBT-friendly senior affordable housing facility for those 62 and older, a place that fills a vital social need in our city, advocates said...
Read more at The Sacramento Bee.