There were ideas for a hospital, college, or tech campus and now some city officials know how they want to use Sleep Train Arena once the Kings move downtown.

Councilmembers Angelique Ashby and Steve Cohn have both made a public appeal to Kaiser Permanente for construction of a new medical center across the 184-acre site.

The move was made at the State of Natomas Event, where the chain's top doctor was in attendance. The Bee says a council timeline calls for some sort of Sleep Train proposal later this month.

Construction would depend on the lifting of a federal building moratorium, which is in place pending levee upgrades.