The North side of the 800 block is dominated largely by the Renaissance Tower. Adjacent to it is the Hale’s Building.
Address: 801 K Street, The Renaissance Tower
Square Footage: Unknown
Last Recorded Sale: 12/27/2007
Owner: Sacramento Equities REIT
Historical Significance: None
Current Use: Also known as the “Darth Vader Building” for it’s shape and color. Construction was started in 1987 and completed in 1989. It was the first modern high-rise building in downtown and began the trend of skyscrapers that forms today’s Sacramento skyline.
Address: 831 K Street, The Hales Building
Square Footage: 56,209
Last Recorded Sale: 05/28/2008
Owner: Hale Bros Investment Company, LLC / Petrovich Development
Historical Significance: Originally the building was owned by Hale’s Department stores. Weinstock’s (known as Weinstock-Lubin at the time) eventually merged with its competitor Hale Brothers and operated at the same location under the Weinstock’s name.
Current Use: The main floor is used entirely by a Rite Aid pharmacy store. The upper floors are also in use but the tenants at this time are unknown.