NEW CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATIONS
Sacramento’s new SAFE Credit Union Convention Center
J St. between 13th and 15th Streets
When it is safe to gather again, Sacramento will offer convention planners the ideal option on the West Coast. The
city’s new SAFE Credit Union Convention and Performing Arts Center will offer:
• 240,000 square feet of programable space
• 160,000 square foot contiguous exhibit hall
• 80,000 square feet of meeting space
• 37 Breakouts
• 22,000 square feet of outdoor space, including a new
programable activities plaza
• A refreshed and modern design with an abundance of natural
light from the California weather
You can see a virtual tour of the new building here.
Downtown Commons (DOCO)
660 J Street
Downtown Commons, nicknamed DOCO, is a 3-acre plaza featuring the Golden 1 Center arena, cinemas,
innovative restaurants, boutiques, the 250-room Kimpton Sawyer Hotel, and a place for people to enjoy outdoor
concerts, markets, and activities.
The Ice Blocks
R street between 16th and 18th streets
The development of historic R street continues with new residential, office and retail openings, including West
Elm, Mendocino Farms and Philz Coffee.
Fort Sutter Hotel
Capitol and 29th Streets
Come winter 2021, attendees can meet and stay in the spirit of Midtown at the new 105-room Fort Sutter Hotel,
under Hilton’s Tapestry Collection. Brimming with vibrant energy and
urban style, the hotel reflects the unique culture and character of the
arts-centric Sutter District in Midtown. Positioned in a lively five-squareblock area, attendees can easily stroll or bike to nearby parks,
restaurants, art galleries and more. With an innovative and fresh
approach to meetings, events and groups, the new Fort Sutter Hotel will
provide all of the ingredients necessary for a remarkable gathering.
Hyatt Centric City Center
1122 7th St.
Opening Date: Spring 2021
Downtown Sacramento’s new Hyatt Centric hotel is an 11-story, 172-room, loft-inspired design that integrates and
celebrates the century-old brick facade of the Marshall Hotel through a
meticulous preservation and restoration effort. Located adjacent to the
Golden 1 Center, the Hyatt Centric will embody the perfect blend of a
historic Sacramento aesthetic updated with modern amenities for
meetings and events.
The Exchange Sacramento Hotel
1006 4th Street
Opening Date: March 2021
Slated to complete in early 2021 is the 10-story, 100-room Exchange Hotel—an adaptive reuse and renovation of
Downtown’s iconic California Fruit Building. Located in the heart of downtown Sacramento, this Hilton Curio
Collection hotel will have a third-floor rooftop bar and events space (scheduled to open in Fall 2021). To keep its
historic elegance, no changes are being made to the exterior of the building, which was constructed in 1914 as
downtown Sacramento’s first high-rise building.
FOOD & DRINK
Sacramento’s culinary scene has quietly become one of the West Coast’s hottest spots
for exciting cuisine, including earning recognition from the Michelin Guide for the first
time in 2019.
Like restaurants around the country, Sacramento’s food community has been harshly
impacted by COVID-19. Visit Sacramento invites diners to help Save Sac Restaurants
today so that they can be with us in the future. Learn more at Save Sac Restaurants.
Sacramento International Airport Regional Transit Bus Service
A new Sac RT bus service connects downtown Sacramento to Sacramento International Airport, giving travelers an
economical alternative to parking their cars or taking more expensive transit options.
Standard fares are $2.50, with discounted tickets for eligible riders coming in at $1.25, and rides for students from
kindergarten through 12th grade are free. Buses will run every 20-30 minutes, according to Sacramento Regional
Transit, and drop off at the airport from approximately 3:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.