California State University Sacramento will keep most of its plans for new construction on track, despite weakness in the economy. The largest of the projects is construction of a $77 million recreation and wellness center. However, plans to build a neighborhood targeted at university faculty and staff are on hold until the housing market recovers. "We have to wait for the economy to recover and analyze whether that is the proper thing to do in a year or two," said Marti Gray, executive director of University Enterprises Inc.
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