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Sep 22, 2017

Demolition begins on long vacant office building making way for vibrant mixed-use residential

Demolition officially begins today on 3675 T Street—the faded pink and blue office building at the corner of Stockton Blvd. and T Street in Sacramento which has sat vacant and unmaintained for roughly four years. The land, owned by long-time local developers Allegiant Development Company, will be cleared to make way for a vibrant new mixed-use residential community which has received support from the surrounding Elmhurst neighborhood.  Over the last several years, Allegiant has been careful and deliberate in seeking input from the property's Elmhurst neighbors, which include Assemblymember Kevin McCarty and Ron Metzker of LPAS, the project's architect.

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Sep 15, 2017

"Exceptional Senior Living" Coming Soon to Rocklin

Though Brown Construction crews are already hard at work grading the 14-acre site just east of Highway 65 at Sunset Blvd., Wednesday marked the official groundbreaking ceremony for what City of Rocklin Vice Mayor Ken Broadway calls "exceptional senior living for up to 240 of our residents." Vice Mayor Broadway, along with representatives of Assemblymember Kevin Kiley, Rocklin Chamber of Commerce, Sagora Senior Living, Allegiant Development Company, and, of course, Brown Construction, Inc. were all in attendance Wednesday to commemorate and share in the excitement of the groundbreaking on this large, upscale senior living community.

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Jun 30, 2017

The M.A.Y. Building Brings Home the Gold (Nugget) to Sacramento

On June 29, staff from West Sacramento-based Brown Construction, Inc. were called to a San Diego Convention Center stage to accept a Gold Nugget Grand Award for The M.A.Y. Building, a beaming renovation project in the heart of Sacramento's historic K Street. Before a ballroom of 700+ industry professionals from around the world, Brown Construction's Fantasia Stensland, who led the construction of the project, along with colleagues Jeannine Long and Stacy Rhodes, accepted the award on behalf of the project team which includes Sacramento-based developer Sutter Capital Group, architect Hausman Architecture, and interior designer Ultimate Designs.

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Jun 21, 2017

Grand Re-Opening of a Once-Blighted Fresno Neighborhood

In May 2016, we reported on the groundbreaking of the Lowell Neighborhood Projects in Fresno—two new construction and renovation projects producing 30 new, high-quality, affordable housing units. The Lowell Neighborhood in Fresno has long been blighted, attracting rampant crime in the form of prostitution, drugs, and gang violence.  At the groundbreaking, residents, neighbors, and local officials were full of excitement and hope for the new life that the construction projects would bring to the desperate neighborhood. Construction on both projects wrapped up in mid-June and today, the Fresno Housing Authority hosted the grand opening ceremony for the projects now branded Fénix @ Calaveras and Fénix @ Glenn. Where there once stood dilapidated, run-down apartment buildings now stand two beautifully-designed, craftsman-style, high-quality, affordable multifamily housing complexes complete with modern amenities. 

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