1801 L Street  - the first major housing project in central Sacramento in several decades- is comprised of 175 apartments (80 DUA) and street level restaurants & retail, designed to integrate into the historic patterns of Sacramento’s Midtown neighborhood.  At its perimeter, the building responds differently to each street frontage; at its center the plan is organized around a large courtyard, built over an underground parking garage. The design solution breaks the building into multiple parts, and incorporates unique detailing for each part.  Openings in the street facade allow portals for discovery into the courtyard beyond.
       
     
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  1801 L Street  - the first major housing project in central Sacramento in several decades- is comprised of 175 apartments (80 DUA) and street level restaurants & retail, designed to integrate into the historic patterns of Sacramento’s Midtown neighborhood.  At its perimeter, the building responds differently to each street frontage; at its center the plan is organized around a large courtyard, built over an underground parking garage. The design solution breaks the building into multiple parts, and incorporates unique detailing for each part.  Openings in the street facade allow portals for discovery into the courtyard beyond.
       
     

1801 L Street - the first major housing project in central Sacramento in several decades- is comprised of 175 apartments (80 DUA) and street level restaurants & retail, designed to integrate into the historic patterns of Sacramento’s Midtown neighborhood. At its perimeter, the building responds differently to each street frontage; at its center the plan is organized around a large courtyard, built over an underground parking garage. The design solution breaks the building into multiple parts, and incorporates unique detailing for each part. Openings in the street facade allow portals for discovery into the courtyard beyond.

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1801 L Courtyard.jpg