The state’s largest Sacramento area building project of the new millennium is in motion. The replacement of aging state office buildings represent an important step in the state becoming a full partner in the downtown renaissance currently taking place in Sacramento.
The projects include:
- A new building that will serve as the Resources Agency Headquarters.
- A new building at 1215 O Street that will serve employees from the Health and Human Services Agency, primarily located in the Bateson building.
- Renovating or replacing the State Capitol Annex.
The governor has allocated over $1 billion to replace aging state office buildings. Of the 58 general purpose state-owned office buildings across the state, the vast majority of these buildings—34 offices, totaling over 8 million square feet—are in the Sacramento area.
These projects also represent an investment in human capital, by improving the working conditions of thousands of state employees who come into downtown each day to serve our state.
Learn more about each project:
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