Lakeside at Sutter Pointe is a residential mixed-use community in southern Sutter County’s Sutter Pointe Specific Plan area. Lakeside includes 3,900 new homes for all generations plus 71 acres of business and commercial centers. The vibrant new community will emphasize walkability, pedestrian connectivity and interaction with neighbors. Lakeside includes a community center, 30-acre lake, parks, open space, trails and a new elementary school. Also planned in Lakeside's first phase are a nine-acre retail center and adjacent 28-acre employment center on Riego Road about 1.5 miles east of Highway 99. Lakeside is being developed by a partnership of Lennar Homes and Winn Communities.
homes for all generations
Lakeside homes will be designed around the needs of today's home buyer and vary in size and style, from high-end lakefront homes to entry-level residences and apartments. These homes will serve an active lifestyle, including entertaining and working from home, and many will be flexibly designed to respond to evolving trends.
Lakeside will be served by urban infrastructure, including water service from Golden State Water and a connection to the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant near Elk Grove. In addition to funding the Riego Road interchange, the Lakeside developers will build critical infrastructure, including water and sewer systems, at a cost of several million dollars.
jobs and retail
Lakeside's first phase includes a 28-acre business employment campus and 9-acre retail center that could accommodate 75,000 square feet of retail space, and 400,000 square feet of office and flex space that could house 1,000 employees.
Developers funded the local share of construction of the nearby Riego Road-Highway 99 interchange, which was completed in 2013. This new full interchange provides safe and convenient access for new residents and employees of Lakeside, as well as other employment centers in Sutter Pointe.
Lake, Parks, open space & trails
Lakeside will be linked with a system of separated Class 1 bike paths, sidewalks, and pedestrian trails to increase walkability and neighbor interaction, and to promote a focus on community. Pocket parks, neighborhood parks and the community center will be popular destinations for new residents.