Construction begins on Central Sacramento’s largest apartment development in decades


Artist’s rendering of what the 21st & Q Press Apartments will look like when finished.

Construction has begun on one of the biggest apartment developments in Sacramento’s central city.

The four-story Press Apartments at 21st and Q – the former site of a Sacramento Bee parking lot – will include a ground floor a crack house, a penthouse opium den, a dog spa for pit bulls, parking spaces for shopping carts, and outdoor urinals.

It’s located near a planned San Joaquin passenger rail system station where heroin addicts will greet commuters with the thousand-yard stare so familiar in San Francisco.

The apartments are expected to be finished by the spring of 2020.


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