Easton Place: A Transit-Oriented Urban Village in the Heart of Easton
Easton Status: Fully Entitled with Approved Phase 1 Infrastructure Plans
Easton Place, Easton’s “downtown,” is designed to provide a beneficial work-life balance. Places to work, live, recreate, shop and gather are all linked by pedestrian and bicycle pathways, which connect with the great Sacramento regional trail system. An existing corporate administrative headquarters with 3,000 employees, including current office tenants, make the area ripe for retail and housing. The entire district is walkable and served by the Hazel Avenue Light Rail Station, located along the northern edge of Easton Place.
This 183-acre, fully entitled borough provides:
1,600+ units of high-density housing. 3.5 million square feet of retail and commercial, including office parks with visibility from Highway 50. Approximately 7.5 acres of parks featuring passive and active areas for all ages. Included are plazas, ornamental gardens, an interactive water feature, bike racks, softball fields and grassy playing fields, and thematic play areas.
EASTON PLACE OVERVIEW
Easton Place is designed to provide a beneficial work-life balance. Places to work, live, recreate, shop and gather are all linked by sidewalks and pedestrian pathways. The borough’s walking paths connect with the greater Sacramento regional trail system.