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Renner & John attend author’s talk: The Power of Habit

Renner Johnston and I attended an author’s talk last week at the Sutter Club which was hosted by our friends at Murphy, Austin, Adams and Schoenfeld LLP, one of...

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Maple Park Project Completed

Since the mid 1980’s there hasn’t been an affordable housing project built in the city of Live Oak.  On February 11, 2013, a notice of completion was signed making...

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Sacramento Railyards: A Peek Inside

For many years, I have been looking across a large expanse of a fenced-off “no-man’s land” at the old brick locomotive works buildings in the middle of Sacramento’s abandoned...

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Cesar Chavez Plaza

The American Planning Association recognized Cesar Chavez Plaza in downtown Sacramento as a “2012 Great Public Place”. The plaza, which functions as Sacramento’s town square, was selected as outstanding from...

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Central Valley Architecture Festival

The Central Valley Region Architecture Festival this October will explore our unique regional identity and how architecture is critical in shaping it. The festival’s ambitious program shows that the...

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Best Real Estate Projects Recognized this Morning by the Sacramento Business Journal

Our firm was among a group of award winners for newly developed and built projects in the Sacramento region. Our project, Sacramento’s new Greyhound station on Richards Boulevard in the...

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Prototype Cabin for Homeless Developed by Mogavero Architects

Great news on the efforts to reduce homelessness in Sacramento! Safe Ground Sacramento, a non-profit organization that Mogavero Notestine Associates has been involved with for several years, has been...

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The Most Famous House in Tacubaya

I made a trip to Mexico City just to visit Luis Barragán’s house and studio. Barragán is the most important Mexican architect of the twentieth century. The house that...

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Community Integrated Agriculture Development

In the past two years I have had an opportunity to learn much more about agriculture than I ever imagined. Agriculture is an unbelievably complex web of land, ecology,...

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The Arbors at Oak Park breaks ground. Mayor Johnson addresses the crowd.

Over 150 people attended the groundbreaking ceremony for The Arbors at Oak Park, a mixed-use, affordable multi-family project we designed that’s located at the corner of Broadway and Martin Luther...