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02/09/2005     More medical offices in YC

Yet another medical-related building is going up in Yuba City's Town Center, adding to the growing medical complex on Plumas Street.

Yuba City officials and council members will break out the golden shovel for a Feb. 23 groundbreaking for a 20,000-square-foot, two-story office building at 470 Plumas St. Construction Jan. 31.


11/19/2004     Plans move ahead for Highway 99 hotel project

Construction plans have been filed for an 88-room hotel in Yuba City that will be the first step in redevelopment of an area alongside Highway 99 north of Bridge Street.

The $9 million Hampton Inn and Suites project will provide what developers describe as an upscale alternative to current lodgings in the area.


10/21/2004     YC Council Votes to Set Up Tax District

The Yuba City City Council voted Tuesday to set up a tax district, at the request of landowners, that will pave the way to a new motel off Highway 99 south of Colusa Highway.

The council voted unanimously at Tuesday's meeting to set up a Community Facilities District to build two new streets. Sunsweet Boulevard is planned to connect Highway 99 with Walton Avenue, and Annette Way is expected to connect Sunsweet Boulevard with West Onstott Frontage Road.


09/01/2004     Project Set in Downtown Yuba City

Construction work will begin next month on the newest medical office building in downtown Yuba City.

Groundbreaking is expected in October for the $3 million Fountain Plaza project, which will house as many as 10 doctors' offices.

The two-story, 20,000 square-foot Fountain Plaza building will add to a growing medical sector in Yuba City's Town Center Project.

"Yuba City is growing rapidly, and the project we are developing is very well located," said Brad Hays, a partner in the project.


01/06/04     Turlock Motel Project Moves Forward

TURLOCK -- The northwest corner of Highway 99 and Monte Vista Avenue is a fine place for a motel and three other buildings, the city Planning Commission agreed Thursday night.

The commission voted 7-0 to recommend that the City Council approve the project, proposed for an intersection that is developing rapidly.

The council is scheduled to consider the matter February 10.

The project, on 6.8 acres owned by the Blue Diamond Growers Exchange, features an 88-room Comfort Inn, a 20,000-square-foot headquarters for American Ag Credit, and two 5,000-square-foot buildings for restaurants or stores.


11/29/2002     Granite Land Eyes Infill

The development arm of the huge Granite Construction Inc. has joined forces with a group of Sacramento-area developers to build up to $25 million worth of infill projects on urban sites around the region.

The group has won approval for a redevelopment project in Yuba City and is scouting prospects in Sacramento and a radius around it.

Their instrument is Main Street Ventures LLC a joint venture between Granite Land Co., of Sacramento, and West Sacramento's Capitol Avenue Development & Investments. The latter is a partnership formed this year by development veterans Bill Farley, Brad Hays and Patrick McCuen, son of a longtime local developer, the late Peter McCuen.


11/22/2002     Hotel Boom Erupts In Natomas

Alleghany Properties Inc. is preparing part of its large land holdings in North Natomas for three new hotels between Arco Arena and the airport.

The hotels, which would be major franchises of 100 to 150 rooms apiece, would be built by Capitol Avenue Development & Investments of West Sacramento.

Capitol Avenue Development is doing groundwork on the project now for an unnamed investment group, said Dave Bugatto, president of Sacramento-based Alleghany. The investment group owns and operates local hotels.




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