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Bird’s eye view from Top of the City tour

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From Bank of the West, looking west at Sacramento River and West Sacramento.
As part of the First-Ever Architecture Festival, yesterday featured a Top of the City tour. It was a fun way to see Sacramento from the perspective of a bird. At our own pace, between noon and 3pm, we had high altitude access to the Hyatt Grand Terrace Suite, Elks Building Penthouse, The Citizen Hotel, Bank of the West Tower and 2020 Gateway (which I didn’t get to).

My favorite perch was Bank of the West’s 24th floor. We had the entire perimeter to take in the views.

The unfinished 24th floor of Bank of the West.
US Bank Tower just across the street.
One of the many birds circling the Wells Fargo Center.
New condos in West Sac, lower portion of photo.
Another Top of the City tourist captures an image of the US Bank Tower.
I-5 looking north.
The Railyard development just to the east of I-5.
To the west of I-5 is Old Sacramento along the river and the I Street bridge crossing over it.
The Hyatt Grand Terrace Suite offered great views of our Capitol Building as well as the Bank of the West, US Bank Tower and Wells Fargo Center.
The Citizen Hotel seen from the Hyatt.
Not sure of the name of this building.
Looking down to the grounds of the Hyatt.
L Street, looking east.
Looking west down J St. from the Elks Building.
The Globe Mills renovated from an old flour mill into lofts and apts to the north of the Elks.
The Blue Diamond Almond plant northeast of the Elks.
The perch on the west side of the Elks Building was our vantage point.
View from Mayor’s Suite at Citizen Hotel. Looking toward Chinatown and CalTrans in West Sac.
The view below the Mayor’s Suite.
Renaissance Bldg in foreground from Mayor’s Suite.
The absolutely only way this could have been better were if it were done at sunrise or sunset!

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