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A toast to the Greater Sacramento region

2019 was a game-changing year for the Greater Sacramento region. With the Major League Soccer announcement, new incentive programs, growing startups, and companies breaking ground; there was certainly a lot to raise a glass to and many achievements to award.

Blokable Opens California Office and Taps Manufacturing and Real Estate Investment Veterans to Expand Production and Develop Housing Pipeline

Blokable, the vertically integrated developer that builds high-quality, low-cost, and connected housing, announced today that it has opened its California corporate office in the City of Sacramento.

GSEC signs MOU’s with three local real estate firms to expand region’s reach

Blokable, the vertically integrated developer that builds high-quality, low-cost, and connected housing, announced today that it has opened its California corporate office in the City of Sacramento.

Press Releases

Major League Soccer awards expansion team to Sacramento

Marking the culmination of a journey that began more than five years ago, Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber officially announced today that Major League Soccer (MLS) has awarded an expansion team to California’s capital city, Sacramento.

Media Highlights

WeWork takes lease at 660 J St. downtown - Sacramento Business Journal

In the single biggest office lease in the Sacramento region this year, coworking firm WeWork will occupy more than 96,000 square feet in downtown Sacramento.

Superfund sites become opportunities - Sacramento Business Journal

With its military and industrial history, the Sacramento region has a comparatively high number of brownfield and Superfund sites that have been contaminated by hazardous waste. But after years cleaning, these sites, many of which have long sat dormant, now represent big opportunities.

Australian agriculture company to open research and development facility in West Sacramento

A beautiful aerial view of the sunflowers growing in Sean Doherty's fields in Dunnigan, California. This crop spans about 50,000 acres in the Sacramento Valley and is grown for seed. An Australian agriculture company recently began construction of a research and development center in West Sacramento.

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