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29th Street Capital Holds Grand Opening on Sacramento Apartments

Real estate investment firm 29th Street Capital held an official grand opening recently to celebrate the completion of construction at Maven on Broadway, a multifamily rental development located at 230 Broadway in Sacramento. In attendance at the opening event were members of Bridge Investment Group, Sacramento Republic Soccer and Sacramento city officials.  

“Maven on Broadway was developed as an answer to the need for more housing options in Sacramento,” said Jon Schneider, VP of development at 29th Street Capital. “The grand opening of Maven on Broadway was highly anticipated, and it was a great evening to celebrate this significant milestone.” 

Formerly part of the Seltzer Forest Products campus, a historic processing plant was converted into the property’s amenity areas including a clubhouse, pool, 24-hour fitness center with on-demand fitness classes, lounge and gaming spaces and co-working areas designed to foster a community atmosphere.  


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