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Limn Co., an upscale furniture retailer near Del Paso Boulevard, has renewed its commitment to the scraggly commercial strip by putting money into three new projects there.
Limn has bought a warehouse, plans to open a new furniture showroom to sell modern Italian furniture, and has scheduled work to turn a former motel into offices beguiling enough to lure stylish San Franciscans here for tours.
Meanwhile, the Sacramento Area Training and Employment Agency has wrapped up a lease to consolidate its headquarters on the Del Paso corridor, bringing another 170 employees to the district to shop at nearby stores and restaurants.
North Sacramento community and redevelopment officials want to make Del Paso Boulevard a destination for art and arts-minded shoppers, and they plan a $25 million revitalization program toward that goal. Limn's expansion fits …