Township Nine is a 65-acre mixed-use development project bordering the American River in Downtown Sacramento that will eventually become home to over 2,500 housing units, 840,000 square feet of office space and 145,000 square feet of urban retail.
Township Nine is located between Richards Boulevard, North 5th Street, North 7th Street and the American River, just one mile from Downtown Sacramento.
Demolition of the Township Nine site began in December of 2009. The Light Rail Green Line Station is currently under construction and will begin operations in early 2011. The first major building to begin construction at Township Nine will include 180 apartment units and ground floor urban retail. The rest of the project will be constructed incrementally over the next ten years.
Township Nine is expected to achieve Gold status for The U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED™ for Neighborhood Development program. The LEED for Neighborhood Development Rating System integrates the principles of smart growth, new urbanism and green building into the first national system for neighborhood design. LEED certification provides independent, third-party verification that a development's location and design meet accepted high levels of environmentally responsible, sustainable development. In addition, Township Nine will showcase the latest in fiber optic networking technology throughout the project.
Township Nine is a transit-oriented development that will include a hub for busses and the Light Rail Green Line. The Green Line will connect passengers from Township Nine to Downtown Sacramento in seconds. Eventually, Regional Transit will extend the Green Line to the Sacramento International Airport.
Yes, Township Nine will have direct access to the American River Parkway and Two Rivers Bicycle Trail.
Township Nine will include a variety of housing units including apartments, townhomes, lofts, and condos.
Township Nine is located in Township number nine of the Federal Township and Range System.