LOCATION

Sacramento County, CA

PROJECT SIZE

5,913± acres 

DATE

Currently under Environmental Review 

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPED

Infrastructure, including backbone and in-tract improvements, will be developed in multiple phases. Anticipated infrastructure includes mass grading, regional drainage improvements, roadways, wet and dry utilities, as well as the demolition of existing structures and infrastructure. 

PROPOSED LAND USES DEVELOPED 

16,000 + Residential Units 

1.2 million ± SF Mixed-Use 

3.2 million ± SF Commercial 

7 million ± SF Employment 

2 million ± SF Industrial 

DEVELOPMENT PHASING AND TIMING

The project includes the approval of a General Plan Amendment, Community Plan Amendment, Rezone, Master Plan, Finance Plan, and the approval of a Development Agreement. Subsequent approvals, including tentative maps, will be necessary. 

EQUITY AND DEBT INVESTMENT

The project entitlements are being financed 100% through equity provided by Teichert, StoneBridge Properties’ parent company 

ROLE IN PROJECT

StoneBridge Properties is the Master Developer 

PROJECT OUTCOME

The project entitlements are expected to be received in 2023.

West Jackson Highway Masterplan

The West Jackson Highway Master Plan is a master planning effort designed to redevelop a mixture of existing and former aggregate mining properties as well as various residential, institutional, agricultural, and industrial properties located along State Route 16 in Sacramento. In working to obtain the project’s entitlements, StoneBridge Properties has collaborated with Sacramento County, the City of Sacramento, and an array of special districts and stakeholders on developing a comprehensive concept for how to best develop the Plan Area. 

Ultimately, StoneBridge Properties envisions building out the project with a broad variety of land uses configured in a manner that exemplifies smart and efficient growth patterns. As it is implemented, this particularly unique infill project will connect the Rosemont and Vineyard communities through the provision of complete streets, transit and trail connections, and urban farming opportunities.