A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many entrepreneurs feel reasons for hope, both for their companies and the world at large.
Carol J. Ornelas is CEO of Stockton-based Visionary Home Builders of California, a nonprofit that develops low-income housing and owns 26 affordable apartment properties.
New moving data and intensifying housing bidding wars undercut fears of a California mass exodus. But some cities have been hit harder, and many rushed moves are difficult to track, obscuring COVID-induced migration.
A new Kaiser Permanente hospital and a Sacramento County courthouse continue at The Railyards, the largest urban infill development project west of the Mississippi River.
Sacramento revitalization efforts will need to adapt to the
changing times, particularly our approach to the workplace.
While chronologically a relic, the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
is anything but a fossil.
Once considered a stark and cold aesthetic, today’s residential modern design employs variety and warmth. Here are some of the Capital Region’s modern homes and the architects who designed them.
The latest iteration of the controversy surrounding Aggie Square
involves two lawsuits filed in mid-December over the project
against the University of California Board of Regents under the
California Environmental Quality Act.
Cohousing is a noteworthy trend as homebuyers seek options that
invest in sustainability and personal
There have been many changes brought about by the coronavirus
pandemic. Some may disappear quickly, but others may be
permanent. Here are the main trends with homeowners today.