Just driving around town in Sacramento, you can't help but notice cranes and huge apartment buildings going up. Who wants their town to look like Miami, LOL? But it's happening in Sacramento. With average building costs running $150 to $200 a square foot, according to some websites, it doesn't seem to be really feasible to build entry-level homes for first-time home buyers.
Well, you could build homes like those at the Mill at Broadway, sandwiched between two freeways and low-income housing projects on the edge of Upper Land Park. Those homes are skinny structures with 3 levels, very close together. So close you could crawl out your bedroom window and into your neighbor's.
You can read more in my personal blog today at this link: Why Sacramento Apartment Buildings Are Springing Up All Over Town.