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Business

Business Journal: New Owner For Downtown's Cathedral Square, Bennigan's Closes At 10th And K, New Contracts For Area Nurses

September 21, 2018 | Steve Milne | Steve Milne

One downtown Sacramento eatery closes, another opens to take its place. The chain bar and restaurant Bennigan's has shut its doors at 10th and K streets. A new concept called The Grid is set for a soft opening at the same site.

Dennis McCoy / Sacramento Business Journal

Business

Business Journal: Grocery Outlet Opens In North Sacramento, Country Club Plaza Adding New Stores, NEO Escape Rooms Wins Calling All Dreamers

September 14, 2018

Efforts to revitalize North Sacramento got a boost this week with the opening of the area's first new grocery store in about 50 years. The Sacramento Business Journal's Sonya Sorich has the story and more business news.

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Food and Sustainability

Residents Of North Sacramento Food Desert Welcome Discount Grocery Store

September 13, 2018 | Julia Mitric | Julia Mitric

North Sacramento has big pockets of food deserts where residents have to leave the neighborhood to find a full-service grocery store. Now, some are hopeful a discount grocery store will begin to change the landscape.

Dennis McCoy / Sacramento Business Journal

Business

Business Journal: ThinCI Secures $65 Million In Venture Capital, Future Of CalPERS 40-Story Tower In Doubt, New High Rise At 9th And O

September 7, 2018 | Steve Milne | Steve Milne

Construction has already started on what will be one of downtown Sacramento's highest buildings - a 20 story high-rise to replace the Resources Building near 9th and O streets. Scott Rodd from the Sacramento Business Journal has that story and more.

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Business

Business Journal: Uncertain Future For Bail Bonds Storefronts, Intel Hiring In Folsom, Firestone Public House Name Changing

August 31, 2018 | Steve Milne | Steve Milne

Bail reform in California could mean more than a dozen empty downtown Sacramento storefronts. The Sacramento Business Journal's Digital Editor Sonya Sorich has that story and more business news, including hiring at Intel's Folsom campus.

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Business

Business Journal: CalPERS High-Rise, Railyards Infrastructure, Pot Revenue

August 24, 2018 | Steve Milne | Steve Milne

CalPERS wants to turn the vacant lot it owns on Capitol Mall into the site of Sacramento's tallest high-rise. Scott Rodd from the Sacramento Business Journal has the details on that story, plus more business news.

Business

Business Journal: New Hotels For Rancho Cordova, Centene Hub Moves Forward, Broderick Roadhouse Replaces The Patriot

August 17, 2018 | Steve Milne | Steve Milne

In a sign that business travel and tourism is picking up in Rancho Cordova, two new hotel projects are underway in the city. Sonya Sorich from the Sacramento Business Journal has the story — and more business news.

Alan Riquelmy / Sacramento Business Journal Correspondent

Business

Business Journal: Ettore's Closes Roseville Location, Elk Grove Commons Sells For $59 Million, Driverless Cars Tested At Sleep Train Arena

August 10, 2018 | Steve Milne | Steve Milne

If you're a fan of Ettore’s, you can still go to the bakery and cafe on Fair Oaks Boulevard in Sacramento, but the Roseville site is now closed. Scott Rodd from the Sacramento Business Journal has the story, plus news about Sleep Train Arena.

Nugget Markets

Business

Business Journal: Nugget Moving Headquarters To Davis, More Businesses Interested In Oak Park, Downtown Macy's To Open Backstage

August 3, 2018 | Steve Milne | Steve Milne

Nugget Markets is moving its headquarters out of Woodland and into Davis. The move comes after the Davis City Council approved a new business park. Sonya Sorich from the Sacramento Business Journal has that story and more business news.