SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Downtown Plaza is no more. From now on, the area will be known as “Downtown Commons.”

The Sacramento Kings and JMA Ventures, LLC announced the name change Wednesday morning, along with a list of the first tenants – three different eateries.

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“From world-class art and entertainment to innovative restaurants and retail, Downtown Commons will serve as Sacramento’s cornerstone – its common ground,” said Kings Owner Vivek Ranadivé in a release, the art he referred to being artist Jeff Koons’ “Coloring Book” sculpture that will be featured at the plaza.

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The new eateries slated to open at DOCO are Punch Bowl Social, Pour Society and Sauced BBQ and Spirits. Both Pour Society and Sauced BBQ and Spirits are scheduled to be open by late 2016, while Punch Bowl Special expects to open its doors by early 2017.

Experts expect Downtown Commons (or DOCO, for short) to be able to attract 1.6 million new visitors to the area each year.

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