Gallery 2110 and the Sacramento Art Complex, located at 2110 K Street in Midtown Sacramento, has become well known as a gallery for diverse types of artists to both craft and display their wide-ranging works over the past seven years. Not only does the building offer up to twenty-six individual art studios, each with glass display windows, but it also facilitates four fully operational art gallery spaces. The primary gallery is located off the main entrance facing K Street. A smaller Gallery also exists in a second floor loft. Additionally, both the side yard and back patio facilitate the display of outdoor art and sculptures.
On Sutterville Road in Land Park is a two story office building located right in between the Sacramento Zoo, La Bou Café and Sprouts Market. Until recently, this 40,000 square foot building had become almost entirely devoid of tenants and business activity due to the severe recession. However, it’s not the first time this particular property has succumbed to the pressures of a deteriorating local economy.
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According to industry sources, a 12-story, Class A, Gold LEED certified commercial real estate office building known as 2020 Gateway Tower (north of Downtown Sacramento) may soon receive its first tenant.
News 10 anchor Cornell Barnard reported the California State Department of Housing and Community Development is considering the possibility of relocating its 100,000 square feet of office space (currently located at 1800 3rd Street) into the never-been-leased 325,000 square foot, green energy-efficient building in Natomas. News 10 caught up with Sacramento Commercial Real Estate Broker, Brian Jacks, who said “many State office buildings are in nice locations, but this could be a great lease deal for taxpayers, as the owners [of 2020 Gateway Tower] are likely eager to lease space here for the first time after building completion three years ago.” Click here to watch.