Tagged : The Wall Street Journal

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The Wall Street Journal recently featured One&Only Mandarina Private Homes along with one of its founding homeowners, San Francisco Giants pitcher Mark Melancon. As long-time admirers of the One&Only experience, the Melancons jumped at the opportunity to be among the first to own a piece of the One&Only lifestyle, purchasing a 19,000-square-foot oceanside villa at Mandarina. Mandarina is a new master-planned community on Mexico’s pristine Riviera Nayarit, featuring the new One&Only Mandarina beach resort and the first collection of One&Only villas to own in the world.

With Melancon’s busy schedule keeping him from visiting the site, the Mandarina team flew to California to recreate the floor plan on Melancon’s home field at Oracle Park. The

Sacramento is in the midst of a real estate boom. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that bidding wars are heating up as downtown undergoes a modern revitalization, attracting "a rush of buyers and flurry of development." Naming Sacramento California's newest real estate hotspot, the WSJ reports the city is experiencing "spillover" from the San Francisco and Silicon Valley tech boom, as buyers flock an hour-and-a-half to the northeast for its ease of living and walkable, bikeable lifestyle. 

Downtown is now bustling with urban-renewal projects, among them the newly completed indoor/outdoor NBA arena, Golden 1 Center. The home of the Sacramento Kings gained worldwide acclaim as the first solar-powered, LEED Platinum sports arena in the country.