Public Plaza at the Historic Folsom Station
The Historic Folsom Station Public Plaza will be a community gathering spot that features an amphitheater. Work began in February 2011.
Historic Folsom Station
Folsom's Historic District Commission approved conceptual design plans for the Historic Folsom Station (formerly referred to as the Railroad Block). The 4.9 acre site bounded by Sutter, Reading, Wool and Leidesdorff streets, includes four buildings featuring retail, restaurants, residential and office space. The buildings surround the historic railroad turntable and a public plaza. A parking structure is currently under construction on one end of the property. Construction on the Historic Folsom Station will begin after the parking structure opens in the spring of 2008.
The Historic Folsom Station will include the Granite House with street level retail shops and loft residences, the Valley Road Roundhouse restaurant and bar, Sutter Row with retail, office and loft residences, and the Leidesdorff Building with plaza level restaurants, office and loft residences. The project's architecture will reflect the 1800s era buildings in Folsom's Historic District. Artistic renderings are featured below. Design refinements are underway.
The project team includes Folsom Railroad Block Developers, LLC, (Bernau Development Corp., Sotiris Kolokotronis and Ryan Fong) and Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects.
Three street level retail shops, 28 one and two bedroom residences.
Retail - 6,197 sf
Loft – 28 units
Parking – 28 spaces
Plaza level restaurant with outdoor dining, office and 13 one bedroom residences.
Retail/Restaurant – 6,084 sf
Office – 5,413 sf
Loft – 13 units
Parking – 21 spaces
Four street level retail shops, office and 17 one and two bedroom residences.
Retail – 12,067 sf
Office – 7,638 sf
Loft – 17 units
Parking – 30 spaces
Valley Road Roundhouse:
Freestanding restaurant and bar with outdoor dining.
1st level – 6,560 sf
2nd level – 2,000 sf