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Swinerton Builders Sacramento: June 05, 2009

Natomas Midrise Proves Going Green Doesn't Have to be Costly

Natomas Gateway Tower made its vertical debut in South Natomas this year. At 12 stories, the Class A office building is the tallest in Natomas, and one of the first privately developed projects in Northern California with a coveted energy-efficiency rating aimed at boosting sustainability.

 

The general contractor on the project is impressed by the sweeping views from the top floors of the building. "When you go upstairs, the views of downtown Sacramento are just amazing," said Dave Higgins Jr., president of HMH Builders. "Because of the position of the high-rise, you're able to step back, in a way, from downtown and view it. There's a greenbelt, and you're looking back at the downtown area and the freeway. It's very striking."

 

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