Whiskey Hill Lofts, Sacramento CA: Adaptive re-use

Whiskey Hill Lofts, Sacramento CA: Adaptive re-use

At the intersection of 22nd and S Streets a 47-year old concrete tilt-up office building has been converted into twenty loft-style dwelling units. The area where the parking lot for the office building was located now serves as the site for four paired-dwellings each over a series of individual garages. The project is within walking distance of an array of midtown Sacramento amenities. Architect Phil Harvey collaborated with Kuchman Architects on the project. Residents began occupying the dwellings in the Spring of 2008.

CLIENT

Petrovich Development

PROJECT TYPE

Adaptive re-use

BUILDING TYPE

Building 1: Adaptation of warehouse to lofts

Buildings 2-5: Each building includes two second-level units over parking

PROJECT SIZE

0.82 acres

28 dwelling units

28 individual garages

Density: 34 units per acre