June 2, 2014
Projects in Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park and Napa are poised to transform properties long an asterisk on the ledgers of real estate that drives the local economy.
At the Business Journal’s Construction Conference on May 21, developers in the midst of redeveloping the vacant former AT&T telephone switching building in downtown Santa Rosa, vacant State Farm Automobile Insurance campus in Rohnert Park and former Napa Pipe Co. plant south of Napa explained to more than 150 construction industry professionals and public officials what attracted them to the project, how the ventures weathered significant obstacles and why they have stuck with it.
May 20, 2014
Work continues on downtown Santa Rosa’s Museum on the Square project, a renovation that promises to transform a bunker-like, five-story former telephone switching facility on the edge of Courthouse Square into a modern office building and wine museum.
The removal of concrete panels weighing more than 20,000 pounds each created a spectacle for those in the city’s downtown Transit Mall on Tuesday.
March 17, 2014
SANTA ROSA — Major renovation of the former AT&T telephone switching building in downtown Santa Rosa and American AgCredit’s 120,000-square-foot new headquarters north of the city are poised to move to construction in the next month.
August 6, 2012
SANTA ROSA — Construction of a 52-unit, $12.8 million affordable housing and commercial project in Downtown Santa Rosa is expected to go forward this September, funded by new financing and credits after project developers were unable to obtain highly sought-after affordable housing funds to begin construction in 2010.
November 8, 2010
Developers are listed by county in alphabetical order by firm.
March 8, 2010
SANTA ROSA – The Hugh Futrell Corp. and Burbank Housing are teaming up on a 51-unit affordable housing project with 2,500 square feet of commercial space in downtown Santa Rosa.
January 18, 2010
SANTA ROSA — The five-story vacant AT&T telecommunications switching building in the heart of the downtown area could become a 10-story glass-skinned work of modern art with apartments, offices, museum and restaurant under a proposal city redevelopment officials are considering.
November 23, 2009
SANTA ROSA – Southwest Community Health Center signed an agreement to purchase a 42,500-square-foot Fountaingrove area building late last week in a nearly 40 percent expansion of its capacity, its largest to date. “The need for a community health center of this magnitude is real, and that need keeps growing,” said Southwest Chief Executive Officer [...]