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  1. Basin Street buys 11 more Petaluma buildingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Business Journal

    Basin Street Properties, a major builder of the Telecom Valley cluster of startups in Petaluma around the dawn of the 21st century, has invested in that market with even greater vigor, buying 11 office buildings totaling more than a half-million square feet. In the second-largest transaction in its four-decade history, the Reno-based real estate developer, investor and manager on Wednesday bought 568,722 square feet in three projects for an undisclosed price.

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  2. Commercial Real Estate: Port backup delays Petaluma startup's expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Business Journal

    While Trevi Systems rushes to move into its new 31,000-square-foot home in Petaluma, the forward-osmosis desalination technology startup is waiting for key equipment that's been awaiting landing since early this month at the Port of Oakland, which has been caught up in a West Coast labor dispute. After a tentative deal was reached over the weekend, dock activity ramped up Sunday and Monday, but moving through the unloading backlog could take months, according to news reports.

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  3. Petaluma Gap appellation designation soughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Business Journal

    About 200,000 acres in southern Sonoma and northern Marin counties could become a new federal-designated winegrowing region called Petaluma Gap, boosters of the effort announced Monday. The Petaluma Gap Winegrowers Alliance said a petition was submitted to the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau , asking for official recognition of the area, the Sonoma County portion of which would be inside the existing Sonoma Coast appellation.

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  4. Petaluma a healthy role modelRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | The Business Journal

    The Petaluma Health Care District has drawn the attention and praise of a top California health official for its community programs. "This is a model for other communities," said California Department of Health Care Services Chief Medical Officer Dr. Neal Kohatsu, who was impressed with what he saw during a daylong site visit to Petaluma.

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  5. Rohnert Park Health Center receives $500,000 grant, plans July openingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 11 | The Business Journal

    The forthcoming 35,000-square-foot Rohnert Park Health Center was approved for a $500,000 federal grant that would fund nearly half the cost to retrofit the existing office space, the county of Sonoma reported Wednesday. The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors signed off on a grant of $500,000 in federal funds towards the construction of the center, said to include state-of-the-art technology.

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  6. Two Petaluma companies buy 155,000sf for expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | The Business Journal

    In an increasingly challenging environment for local businesses to find room to expand, Moresco Distributing Co. purchased a 125,000-square-foot building to double its size as sales to the Pacific Northwest grow, and Keith Giusto Bakery Supply bought Moresco's current building to realize plans for retail sales of artisan baking products and a teaching kitchen for home enthusiasts and professionals.

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  7. Brewers deal with production, distribution growing painsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | The Business Journal

    While sales of wine retailing for more than $9-$10 a bottle in the U.S. are growing rapidly, sales of lower-priced wine, considered a "gateway" for new consumers, are buckling under strong competition from other alcoholic beverages. [ read more ] As of 2013, there were 18 craft breweries in Sonoma County with almost half of those having opened in the previous two years.

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  8. Business Briefs: Week of Feb. 9, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | The Business Journal

    Essential Oxygen, maker of an eponymous brand of organic mouth rinse and hydrogen peroxide, moved its headquarters to San Rafael. Production and fulfillment remain in Southern California but may be moved to the North Bay in the coming year.

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  9. Retail dreamersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | The Business Journal

    Sacha and Shane Sterling opened Karma Clothing store in Sebastopol in September and already have a buyer interested in it for $195,000. Editor's note: This is the first of two stories on young entrepreneurs.

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  10. Summit State Bank earnings climb 27% in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | The Business Journal

    Summit State Bank, headquartered in Santa Rosa, reported earnings of $5.5 million for calendar year 2014, up 27 percent over 2013 earnings. Shareholders of record on Feb. 18 will receive quarterly dividends on Feb. 24 at 12 cents a share, up 9 percent from the previous payment.

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  11. Top Projects 2014: Kellgren brings seniors affordable amenitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2015 | The Business Journal

    Situated in a residential area off North McDowell Boulevard in Petaluma, the new three-story Kellgren Senior Apartment Community at 855 Wood Sorrel Dr. consists of 50 units and features raised garden beds, a dog run, horseshoe pits, as well as a stand-alone 2,131-square-foot, single-story community building that also houses a manager's office and a resident services office. The apartments are located near grocery stores, a post office, bus stops, Petaluma Valley Hospital and the brand new Deer Creek Village shopping center.

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  12. Top Projects 2014: Deer Creek Village combines retail, recreation, wetlandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2014 | The Business Journal

    Deer Creek Village is Petaluma's premier mixed-use infill center boasting a unique combination of 255,000 square feet of major tenant space plus 85,000 square feet of pad shops built on a quarter mile of Highway 101 frontage. The site also offers recreational opportunities including six acres of trails and open space adjacent to a restored creek and wetlands area.

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  13. Top Projects 2014: Petaluma building bridges tech expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2014 | The Business Journal

    Basin Street Properties' newest office building at Redwood Business Center has a second-story pedestrian bridge that allows Cyan employees to walk between their quarters in both buildings. Located at the western edge of the Redwood Business Center development at the intersection of North McDowell Boulevard and Old Redwood Highway, the new A-2 building at 1385 N. McDowell Blvd. is situated just a few yards from it's A-1 predecessor at 1383, which is of similar size and appearance.

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  14. Santa Rosa airport, Petaluma gain gigabit broadband serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2014 | The Business Journal

    Sonic has installed fiber-optic lines for gigabit-per-second Internet service in a business park adjacent to the Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport, and in December began to activate customers. The Santa Rosa-based company completed fiber installation for Santa Rosa Corporate Center business park last year.

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  15. Petaluma joins Sonoma Clean PowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2014 | The Business Journal

    The Petaluma City Council on Monday voted unanimously to join Sonoma Clean Power, following Rohnert Park's move to join the electric agency in November. Petaluma, which has about 33,000 electric customers, will be added to Sonoma Clean Power's program in summer 2015 along with Rohnert Park and Cloverdale.

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  16. Cities finding new ways on wastewaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | The Business Journal

    Concentrated wastewater delivered to Laguna Wastewater Treatment Plant in Santa Rosa would allow for more power produced from biogas, via the 2012 system shown here. As the water treatment plant serving the Santa Rosa area gears up to start receiving high-strength liquid waste from wine, beer and other producers next year, the Petaluma City Council last week approved a plan to ease the steep upfront wastewater-treatment bill for new and expanding businesses.

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  17. People: Week of Dec 8, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | The Business Journal

    The North Bay Business Journal is looking for news of promotions, new hires and awards for possible publication in the People section. Send your press releases to the North Bay Business Journal, Attn: Business Register, 427 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401; fax 707-521-5292; or e-mail people@busjrnl.com .

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  18. Kenwood Investments buys Cornerstone Gardens in SonomaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2014 | The Business Journal

    Kenwood Investments reported this week that it will acquire Cornerstone Gardens and Wagner Road vineyards, which include walk-through gardens, stores and tasting rooms in Sonoma. The investment company will use its newly formed subsidiary, Kenwood Cornerstone, LLC, to acquire and operate Cornerstone Gardens.

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  19. Questions for Debbie Meekins, CEO and president, First Community BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2014 | The Business Journal

    First Community Bank, founded in 2005, does commercial real estate, construction and business lending, especially Small Business Administration loans. In addition, the bank offers deposit products, cash management services and automated-clearing-house check processing.

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  20. Kombucha maker, bakery plan big Petaluma expansionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2014 | The Business Journal

    Rising sales for a Windsor-based Revive Brands, maker of probiotic kombucha beverages, and for Rustic Bakery of Marin County have convinced each to expand to fill a 50,000-square-foot vacant production bakery in Petaluma in the first half of next year. They are the latest of a string of expansions by food and beverage companies to and in Sonoma County's second-largest city, an industry cluster that alone was recently figured to have a $1.3 billion impact on the local economy.

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