855 bordeaux way, suite 250
napa, california 94558
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  Firehouse #3   Originally built in 1893, this two story brick building was Sacramento’s oldest working fire station when it closed in 1981. Architect’s Stephen R. Cuddy and Daniel McAuliffe, the founders of MCA architecture, became part owners of the old firehouse and took on the work of restoring the historic building. The structure received a seismic upgrade and complete interior rehabilitation. The MCA team succeeded with their vision to bring the building back to its original splendor and they were honored for their achievements by the Sacramento Old City Association. Today the tall open volumes of space in this historic building are used for office and retail purposes.     Location: Sacramento, California

    Size: 7,300 square feet

    Completion: Spring 1990

    Awards:1990 Rehabilitated Small                   Scale Commercial
    The Sacramento Old City Association
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