Active Projects

Downtown Station Phase I

Project Status: Entitled

6-story residential development with 114 units, community room, playground, and walking pathways.

556 Ross Street

Project Status: Entitled and in Plan Review

8-story mixed-use development with 118 units, a public childcare center, a small café and shared electric fleet of vehicles for building residents.

Project Sites

Mendocino + B Street Development

Project Status: in Master Planning stage

Mendocino + B Street Development: Comprised of 427 Mendocino Avenue and 410 B Street, this site offers approximately 2.8 acres of great potential. Cornerstone is in preliminary master planning on this site, which is envisioned as a mixed-use development with ample housing units…

…community benefits and public-welcome open space. coLAB, Santa Rosa’s premier flexible office space, currently occupies the entire first floor and part of the second. On the Ross Street side of the building, nonprofit arts organization, the Lost Church, resides in space donated by Cornerstone and hosts low-volume, multi-genre music performances, theatre productions, magic, comedy, and much more.

7th Street

Project Status: in Master Planning stage

7th Street: Comprised of 618 and 695 7th Street, this site is just shy of .4 acres and currently vacant. It is within the downtown core while also residing in the Cherry Street Historic Neighborhood. Housing on this site will be low-density and integrate with the historic neighborhood.

707 Fifth Street

Project Status: in Master Planning stage

707 5th Street: This building is known to many as the former home to Pedersens Furniture, which occupied it for 127 years. Today, this approximately .71 acre site is occupied by Mark Thomas Home. Master planning for this site will include mostly residential units with some mixed-use components.

Downtown Station Phase II

Project Status: in Master Planning stage

Downtown Station, Phase II: Located at 2 4th Street, this portion of the site is approximately 3.29 acres and lies adjacent to the first phase of the project at 34 W 6th Street. Master planning for this site includes additional mixed-used developments, service-based amenities…

…an extension of the multi-use path along the rail, an extension of the 4th street corridor to the Cannery project and down to the creek, public-welcome open space and many other community benefits. Planning coordination for an extension of the rail crossing at 4th street is in progress with SMART and the CPUC to allow access to the 4th street extension, multi-use path and businesses west of the railroad tracks.