Designed originally by Michael Woldemarr Associates of San Pablo as a development project of Willard Trammel, CADA purchased the design, secured financing from the California Housing Finance Agency and constructed the project after Mr. Trammel withdrew for health reasons. Managed as mixed income apartments by CADA since 1988, the entry gate house includes public art, an abstract mural depicting events in the life of Sam Brannan, first promoter of the California Gold Rush.
Location: 1500 N Street, Sacramento
Completion Date: June 1, 1988
General Contractor: IBA Construction, Inc.
Acres: 44,600 sq. ft.
Dwelling Units per Acre: 39.07
Sources of Financing: CHFA, First Interstate Bank
Parking: 40 spaces
Total Units: 40