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Apartments at Mirasol Village

Located near the confluence of the American and Sacramento Rivers, Mirasol Village includes a new 1.6-acre public park and community garden and is in close proximity to the new Dos Rios Light Rail station, as well as Highway 160 and Interstate 5. Mirasol Village includes sidewalks and bike lanes on main travel corridors, and a connection across the American River to downtown Sacramento. The project also includes new streets, on-site electric vehicle charging stations, a playground, business and fitness centers, a swimming pool and an early childhood education center. The Mirasol Village apartment community is LEED-ND and Energy Star certified, as well as Green Point rated.

“These beautiful new apartment homes are taking shape, and we are excited to be opening the leasing process,” said Daniel Falcon, Jr., McCormack Baron Salazar. “With a variety of floor plans, updated amenities and a wonderful neighborhood feel, these apartments will fill quickly.”

“This project has been years in the making as we envisioned the transformation of the former Twin Rivers community,” said La Shelle Dozier, SHRA Executive Director. “We are excited to welcome our families back to their new homes with opportunities at Mirasol Village, and we thank all of the partners and supporters who have contributed to the success of this remarkable effort.”

Check out this Mirasol Village volunteer opportunity!

SIMPL and the Sacramento Tree Foundation will be hosting a tree planting event in the new Mirasol Village Park and Community Garden on Saturday October 23rd! Your help planting these trees will create beautiful, health-promoting, and green community spaces where residents can gather, relax, exercise, and play. This planting is part of the Transformative Climate Communities grant and the SIMPL project- an initiative to transform the northwest section of downtown into a sustainable, connected, thriving community that supports residents' quality of life, health, and inclusion in the broader region. Projects like this planting support urban greening, health and wellbeing, equitable housing, increased mobility, and decarbonized energy for the people who live and work here.

Volunteers who live or work in the River District and adjacent neighborhoods are especially encouraged, all are welcome to sign up!


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