Jeff Quackenbush, NORTH BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL
American AgCredit headquarters, Santa Rosa
Size: 120,000 square feet of office space in two buildings
Status: Completed in the first half of 2016
Graton Resort & Casino expansion, Rohnert Park
Size: 342,000-square-foot hotel with 200 rooms and 15,000 square feet of additional meeting space
Status: Set to open in late 2016
Cader Corporate Center, Petaluma
Size: 260,000 square feet in three buildings
Status: Completion in September or October
Victory Station, Sonoma
Size: 260,000 square feet of distribution warehouse space
Status: Set to start construction in late summer for 2017 completion
Sonoma County is riding a wave of private construction activity, from a big, ultramodern lender headquarters to a $175 million “4.5-star” casino hotel to sizable warehouse projects for a space-hungry market.
The new 120,000-square-foot headquarters for American AgCredit and local agricultural nonprofits makes a striking statement at the entrance to the business parks on the road to Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport.
The three-story building at 400 Aviation Blvd. north of Santa Rosa is one of the most ambitious projects undertaken to date by TLCD Architecture, according to Don Tomasi, principal of the Santa Rosa-based firm and a speaker at the Business Journal’s Construction Conference on May 18. General contractor Jim Murphy & Associates, also of Santa Rosa, started construction in December 2014.
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