Retailer West Elm will anchor Sacramento’s Ice Blocks project

BY CATHIE ANDERSON
canderson@sacbee.com

Developer Mike Heller will announce Monday that his Ice Blocks project in midtown Sacramento has signed on a signature retail tenant: West Elm, the contemporary home furnishings store owned by Williams-Sonoma, is set to open in mid-2018.

“Not only is West Elm a great fit for Ice Blocks and all the housing projects under construction in this neighborhood,” Heller said, “it’s also a huge win for Sacramento in general. Along with Urban Outfitters coming to (Downtown Commons), this marks the beginning of a new era of shopping on the grid.”

West Elm will be the largest tenant at Heller Pacific’s Ice Shops, occupying 10,992 square feet. The $80 million, mixed-use Ice Blocks project covers three blocks along the R Street corridor between 16th and 18th streets in midtown Sacramento. There is 30,000 square feet of retail space on the ground level with 100,000 square feet of office space above it.

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