8th and R Parking Structure

The Capitol Area Development Agency (CADA) is partnering with the California Department of General Services (DGS) to develop a parking structure at the 805 R Street site (R Street between 8th and 9th Streets).  CADA is managing the design and construction and when finished will be the managing the retail space component of the project.  CADA’s goal is to assure the design of the parking structure fits the look and feel of R Street as well as creating an active and vibrant environment at the street-level.

Current Status

CADA approved the environmental review of the project on December 8, 2017.  Project staff is now currently completing Schematic Design work.   CADA will release an RFP/Q in early February to select a General Contractor/Design Builder for the project.    Once the Design Build Contractor is under contract the final design for the project will begin.  Construction is anticipated to begin in late summer / early fall of 2018.

CEQA Review Documents 

  1.  Proposed Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration
  2.  Initial Study/MND Summary
  3.  Initial Study/MND Table of Contents 
  4.  Initial Study Checklist
  5.  Initial Study References
  6.  Appendix A –  Air Quality Management Data
  7.  Appendix B –  Biological Species Study
  8.  Appendix C –  Geotechnical Engineering Investigation
  9.  Appendix D –  Biological Resources Data
  10.  Appendix E – Greenhouse Gas Modeling Data
  11.  Appendix F –  Noise Data
  12.  Appendix G – Transportation Impact Study



Community Outreach                                      November  2017

CEQA Approval                                                 December 8,  2017

Design Build Contractor                                 March        2018

Building Demolition                                         April            2018

Construction Documents                                May            2018

Begin Construction                                          August       2018

Complete Construction                                   August       2019


Project Contact:

Todd Leon
CADA Development Director