Hundreds of apartments in Napa pipeline

Anton Napa Apartments is nearing completion. (architectural rendering courtesy of St. Anton Partners)

NAPA -- The pipeline of new housing projects in Napa is filling up again, evidenced by plans by three developers for major projects representing a total of 750 units, according to the city of Napa's Community Development Department.

"Development activity is definitely on an upswing in the Napa area following the recent slowdown in housing construction," said Ken MacNab, planning manager. "The city recognizes the importance of being able to house its workforce and has been supportive of efforts to build more affordable housing in the community."Anton Napa ApartmentsArchitectural rendering of the Anton Napa Apartments clubhouse lounge

Project construction is nearing completion and a certificate of occupancy for a majority of the buildings has been issued for Anton Napa. Formerly known as Alexander Crossings, Anton Napa is being built on 6.44 acres at 703 Saratoga Dr. (Highway 121), accessed by the Saratoga Drive extension near the convergence of Soscol Road.

St. Anton Partners designed this community to cater to a wide range of households by providing a variety of unit types.

This 134 multi-family apartment community includes 27 affordable housing units available to lower income households.

The development consists of 11 residential buildings and 4,852 square foot community clubhouse. Common areas include a swimming pool, whirlpool spa, outdoor BBQ, an "iCafe," lounge and meeting rooms that provide ample space for a variety of after-school programs and other resident services conducted free of charge by non-profit Pacific Housing, Inc.

Four of the 11 buildings are three-story walkups and seven are two story. There are 40 one-bedroom units, 74 two-bedroom, and 20 three-bedroom units served by 278 on-site parking spaces.

The design reflects local architectural traditions and responds to Napa's climate.

The two-story units feature some stucco base elements and shingle siding. All buildings feature traditional wood trim and accents with composition roof shingles.

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