The Strand Birdseye view
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For those Patch readers looking for a new apartment in the West Sacramento area, here is a tip. MBK Rental Living is leasing at The Strand, a three-story garden-style apartment with easy access to the capital city, upon completion the community will consist of 408 apartment units with bright, open living spaces and luxurious interior finishes as well as extensive indoor and outdoor amenities. Virtual leasing as well as virtual and hard hat tours are currently underway. We took a tour and really enjoyed it.

Located on more than 20 acres at Lighthouse Drive and Douglas Street within the Rivers master-planned community, The Strand elevates rental housing in the capital city by offering studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom residences with bright and spacious open-concept living areas. There are six floor plan options ranging from 562 to 1,187 square feet and a choice between two designer color schemes. Each residence features modern custom-wood cabinetry, quartz countertops, stainless steel G.E. appliances including a washer and dryer, distinctive wood-style flooring, kitchen pantries, and covered private patios.

The landscaped community boasts remarkable amenities including Wi-Fi in common areas; the Resident Clubhouse with entertainer’s kitchen; two resort-style pools with cabanas; a California room with double-sided fireplace, outdoor firepits and gas grills; a spa and fully equipped fitness center; outdoor adult fitness course; and a 4,000-square-foot dog park with seating areas. Residents will also have access to EV charging stations, parcel lockers and mail room, bike racks and a dog wash.

The brand new apartment community offers easy access to West Sacramento’s 11 miles of river frontage and 60-mile bike network as well as many dining, entertainment and cultural destinations including Sutter Health Park. The Strand residents will be able to conveniently connect to transportation corridors like the I Street Bridge and employment centers such as the California State Teachers’ Retirement System West Sacramento campus, which recently opened a new 10-story, 250,000-square-foot+ tower.

Prices for this community range from $1,770 to $2,675 per month. Patch readers can visit www.livestrand.com for more details.

The Strand Birdseye view

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