Arthur D



June, 2022

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Supported a comment by Michelle Bevilacqua on 440 Arden Way 1 year, 3 months ago
Michelle Bevilacqua
Stop this terrible apartment complex on Arden and Oxford from being built
Supported a comment by Stuart Gow on 440 Arden Way 1 year, 3 months ago
Stuart Gow
Dave C’s comment is accurate. At this community meeting Bridge needs to be honest about the number of occupants and vehicles. This is not SF and our light rail and bus system is limited here so more occupants will own vehicles than in other Bridges projects. Bridges care-less responses regarding the out of control and dangerous traffic conditions this building will create need to be addressed.
Our community needs housing but this is a for profit scheme to collect 99 years of rent while exploiting public land and draining public funds and resources.
These issues all need to be and will be confronted in the open at this meeting.
Supported a comment by Kristen Perry on 440 Arden Way 1 year, 3 months ago
Kristen Perry
If it was 75 units you’d be spot on this is way too big
Supported a comment by Stuart Gow on 440 Arden Way 1 year, 3 months ago
Stuart Gow
Mike Claiborne do you realize there could be 400 plus residents living on this one acre?
Commented on 440 Arden Way 1 year, 3 months ago
We live on Woodlake Drive directly across from this looming monstrosity. We will see this beast from our beautiful 1960’s bungalow front window every day. It is horrifying that this is being dumped in our neighborhood. Woodlake, which was featured by Preservation Sacramento, is the crown jewel of Old North Sacramento. It is an historic neighborhood and should be protected from reckless development like this. It is crazy this is even being allowed. Woodlake is a quant English village full of historic homes, most of which date between 1910 and the 1960’s. Woodlake home prices range from 600 thousand up to a million or more, this is not a cookie-cutter residential neighborhood. A five-story building in Sacramento’s most beautiful suburban residential park is insane. There is not another five-story residential building anywhere in North Sacramento. There is barely anything over two-stories and yet you are putting one here in the historic Woodlake neighborhood park, that is nuts. Del Paso Boulevard is where low-income development is needed and justified. It has the Art Deco style you are claiming to emulate. But there is nothing Art Deco or appealing about this atrocious structure of concrete, metal siding, and glass. Enormous address numbers in a font that looks vaguely Art Deco-ish "lipstick on a pig" will not transform this blocky institutional looking building into something appealing for Woodlake or North Sacramento!
Followed 440 Arden Way 1 year, 3 months ago