St. HOPE: Development Company

Development Project

PS7 Elementary Campus Renovation
2021

In the winter of 2018, PS7 Elementary was awarded a $25 million dollar grant for a new facility. As a result, the campus will become one of finest school facilities in the Sacramento area. The new campus will include 31 brand new classrooms, a new library and tech center, a beautiful new entrance, an amphitheater, and with your help, a new gym.

Development Project

40 Acres Exterior Upgrades
2020

The 23,000 sq. ft. mixed use property known as 40 Acres in Oak Park was acquired and renovated by St. HOPE nearly 17 years ago. Today, 40 Acres is the jewel of the neighborhood and home to The Guild Theater, Underground Books, Old Soul Coffee Co., World Class Faders, Fixins Soul Kitchen, and the Upper Room Apartments. This year, 40 Acres is currently undergoing a second set of improvements including paint, awnings, signage, window plant boxes, and more!

Development Project

St. HOPE Headquarters Office
2019

St. HOPE is excited to have a new home located on the corner of Broadway and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.  The the newly renovated space consists of offices, several work stations, a kitchen and flex space for more than 15 back office employees. 

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Esther’s Park
2018

The 3rd Avenue lot near St. HOPE’s 40 Acres Complex was once the site of Esther’s Pastry Shoppe, a two-story mixed use building constructed in 1915 that provided Oak Park residents with freshly baked goods through much of the 1900’s.  By the time the historic building was acquired by St. HOPE Development Company in the late 1990’s, it was in a state of disrepair and in need of major funding before it could be restored.  In 2018, the badly deteriorated building was deemed uninhabitable and was therefore demolished.

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3400 Third Ave
2018

3400 Third Ave. which once housed the St. HOPE Home Office, Students First, Teach For America and City Year has now become the new home for Valley Vision, Inc.  

The 4,000 sf facility was renovated in 2018 by St. HOPE Development Company with both internal and external upgrades.

General information

St. HOPE Business Complex
2016

The St. HOPE Business Complex located at 3428 Alhambra Blvd in Oak Park was renovated by St. HOPE Development Company and completed in fall 2016. Today the space is home to the Asian Chamber of Commerce, City Year, and the Urban League. 

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St. HOPE Education Complex
2016

The purchase of the Education Complex was secured by St. HOPE Development Company in 2016 and major renovations were completed inside and out. Teach for America and College Track now occupy what was once a vacant building bringing more educational resources to schools in Oak Park and beyond.

Development Project

The Huey P. Newton Home
2004

A well-preserved two-story structure, the renovated 1885 Victorian was renamed the Huey P. Newton Home during the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Black Panthers. Today the building serves as an office space for the Law Office of Fred Hiestand and Kevin Hiestand as well as Munay Accounting and Tax. 

3418 3rd Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95817
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40 Acres Art and Cultural Center
2003

Located in the heart of the once thriving commercial district of Oak Park, the 40 Acres complex was formerly known as the historic Woodruff Hotel and Guild Theater. The 22,000 square foot facility is now a mixed-use retail complex housing home to:

  • The Guild Theater
  • Underground Books
  • The Upper Rooms
  • Old Soul Co.  
  • World Class Faders 
  • Fixins Soul Kitchen 
Broadway & 35th St
Sacramento, CA 95817
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The Oak Park Victorian
2001

A well-known landmark in Oak Park, the historic victorian house was built in 1910 and renovated by the St. HOPE Development Company in 2001. The 3,900 square foot building is currently occupied by business offices. 

3734 Broadway
Sacramento, CA 95817
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St. HOPE Academy Building
1991

Built in 1991, the 7,000 square foot facility was the home of the original St. HOPE Academy after school program for more than 15 years and renovated in 2007 as home of Triumph Center for Early Childhood Education. The building received several updates in 2016 and today is home to SETA!

4104 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95820