Sacramento Cultural & Linguistic Center Moves Offices to Point West Corporate Center

March 27, 2023 by Kira Porter

Basin Street Properties, a prominent real estate investment, development, and management firm, is pleased to announce Sacramento Cultural & Linguistic Center (SCLC) has signed a 3,064 square foot lease at Point West Corporate Center in Sacramento, California.

“We’ve had a vision for our new space that enables us to better serve the community
and we are happy Basin Street was able to find us what we were looking for,” said
Sadia-Himalaya Rajput, Executive Director of SCLC. “With our new location, we will be
able to expand our in-person resources and continue to advance diversity and cultural

Incorporated on August 20, 1990, SCLC has been providing culturally and linguistically
responsive services to Limited English Proficient individuals and their families to vital
resources pertaining but not limited to Immigration and Refugee services. SCLC
services provide the support, education and guidance to assist refugees to become full
participants in American Society.

Point West Corporate Center at 1610 Arden Way is a 150,357 square foot office
campus that is part of Basin Street’s Point West Portfolio. The project, like others in the
Point West market, benefits from extraordinary regional access and amenities. Onsite
amenities include a fitness center with showers, outdoor deck space, plentiful parking
and a welcoming central courtyard with a fountain and comfortable seating. Dining,
shopping and entertainment at Arden Fair Mall is a just a short walk away and the
property has immediate access to the Capital City Freeway.

“Sacramento Cultural & Linguistic Center is doing an excellent job of bridging the gap
between cultures and communities,” said Scott Stranzl, Chief Portfolio Officer at Basin
Street Properties. “We’re excited to provide them with the right space to support their
mission and help them succeed in Sacramento.”

This is one of five new leases totaling 15,724 square feet in the Point West submarket
for Basin Street in the past six months. David Khedry of Turton Commercial Real
Estate represented Sacramento Cultural & Linguistic Center. Todd Eschelman, Kirk
Lange and Jack Blackmon of Newmark represented Basin Street Properties.

Sacramento Cultural & Linguistic Center, formerly Southeast Asia Assistance Center
and prior to that the Indo Chinese Assistance Center, an interfaith Service Bureau
program, has served Southeast Asian refugees for 35 years. Incorporated on August
20, 1990, SCLC services provide the support, education, and guidance to assist
refugees to become full participants in American Society.