CalWeber and Medici Artist Lofts on KCRA 3 News

Reporter, Kathy Park from KCRA 3, mentioned some of our projects in the article, Stockton Rising: Major development projects on the horizon, published on October 4, 2017. Here is an excerpt from the article:


Stockton's downtown landscape is on the verge of a major transformation.

A mixed-used development cleared a big hurdle Tuesday night. It has the possibility to spur more growth in the city.

Here are 3 things you should know about the changes ahead:

1) Cost of new housing complex

The $67.5 million Open Window Project is slated to bring more than 1,000 residential units and 400,000 square feet of commercial and retail space to downtown Stockton. The city approved $6 million to cover off-site infrastructure like sidewalks and streets.

2) New Stockton Housing

The Open Window Project will be the first market-rate residential project in downtown Stockton in decades.

Cal Weber 40 is one of the latest residential projects -- and is downtown Stockton's first affordable housing development.

Renovation of the vacant Medico-Dental building is slated to break ground this spring, clearing the way for construction of the Medici Artists Loft, which will have both affordable and market-rate units.

The full article and video is here.