Sacramento City Council approves purchase of Capitol Park Hotel for homeless shelter (Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency)

Date Published: 
May 8th, 2019

From ABC10 Sacramento:

A historic hotel in downtown Sacramento now has the green light to become a homeless shelter.

Following a special meeting Tuesday afternoon that lasted three hours, Sacramento City Council members voted unanimously to approve a plan involving the Capitol Park Hotel, which sits at the corner of 9th and L streets.

Part of that plan allows the city to lend Mercy Housing California $13.37 million to purchase the Capitol Park Hotel and relocate the structure’s approximately 90 current tenants, in partnership with the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency.

Read ABC10 Sacramento's article "Sacramento City Council approves purchase of Capitol Park Hotel for homeless shelter," featuring the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency. 

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