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.
January 2, 2014
ROHNERT PARK — A Southern California-based housing developer purchased the nearly 30-acre former State Farm Insurance campus, further realizing a long-held community goal to create a new “heart” for Sonoma County’s third-largest city.