Stuart Gow



February, 2022

Recent Activity

Supported a comment by Pat S on 440 Arden Way 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Pat S
We are looking forward to hearing about the traffic report. When do you expect to present it to the community?
Supported a comment by Antoinette Robles on 440 Arden Way 7 months ago
Antoinette Robles
I would like you to have a few. Senior at apartments 😊I know I would rent one ..been looking for awhile 😁think about it ok.
Supported a comment by Pat SH on 440 Arden Way 7 months ago
Pat SH
Woodlake was established over 100 years ago with an old English architecture. To make the project more better and more attractive as you agreed with Council, the architects need to revise the plan to fit in the neighborhood old English style.
Supported a comment by John f on 440 Arden Way 7 months ago
John f
We live behind the project and we are concerned about the night time lighting directed towards our house. What does your lighting look like at night.
Commented on 440 Arden Way 7 months, 1 week ago
The new design has strong vertical lines and high up heavy horizontal details which enhance the verticality of the building. This goes exactly against community feedback you have received. The design should do the opposite and have strong horizontals that lower the visual weight of the facade. if Bridge moves forward with the new designs the critical reception will be that it is tone deaf.
Commented on 440 Arden Way 7 months, 1 week ago
With the RT parking lot being busy again after covid how does plan on preventing its tenants and guests from using it illegally? Also how do you plan to maintain an uncongested and unrestricted access to the parking lot for the current RT ridership? This station is extremely important to many workers in north sac who use RT for their commute.