West Sacramento has landed an investment powerhouse to anchor the city's ambitious waterfront development.
The California State Teachers' Retirement System, the nation's second largest public pension fund, announced Tuesday an agreement to build a $176 million to $186 million office tower for its headquarters at Raley's Landing.
I'm curious how this will improve my retirement.
Unveiled to CalSTRS employees Tuesday morning, the plan calls for building an environmentally oriented 14-story, steel-and-glass tower on 4.57 acres just north of the ziggurat, the pyramid-shaped Money Store building occupied by the Department of General Services.
Here's a picture of the area, looking roughly southeast. No image of the new building was included in the article.