The Residences at The Sawyer, Sacramento’s most significant real estate project in decades, proves luxury, amenity-rich, condominium living is an enticing draw in the revitalized downtown center of Sacramento. The success of the residences is a true testament to the renaissance underway in Downtown Sacramento. Buyers have the chance to live within moments of the cutting-edge arena, new shopping, dining and entertainment attractions debuting at Downtown Commons, a thriving farm-to-fork culinary scene, creative coffee hubs and nearby parks.
The collection of 45 contemporary homes is nearing completion, perched atop The Sawyer, A Kimpton Hotel, now open at Downtown Commons. The residences offer a host of residential and hotel amenities, as well as exclusive access to the neighboring Golden 1 Center.
Residents enjoy private amenities and services, such as a residential doorman, valet, concierge and lounge. Residents will also have access to the amenities available at the Kimpton Sawyer Hotel, which include an outdoor pool and lounge, fitness studio and ȧ la carte services. Also a perk of ownership, residents enjoy VIP access, preferred rates and priority ticket options at the neighboring Golden 1 Center, home of the beloved Sacramento Kings.
Last Chance to Own
A limited collection of two-bedroom homes remains, featuring open-plan great rooms, private master suites, expansive windows, curated finishes and 1,368 to 2,069 square feet of living space. Among those available are two end view residences, which encompass the entire width of their floor and capture sweeping, 270° views of Downtown Commons, Golden 1 Center, California State Capitol, Sacramento River and Tower Bridge.
The overwhelming success in the pre-sales phase shows just how strong the market is in Sacramento for high-end, highly amenitized product in the bustling downtown core. The news comes on the heels of another milestone announced in September, when the residences surpassed the 50 percent sold mark, with all one-bedroom inventory under contract.
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