Intimate. Friendly. Creative. World-class. Giving. Accessible. Inclusive. Progressive. Welcoming. We could list dozens of words and phrases to describe our Wine Country home of Healdsburg.
As we put the finishing touches on the design of the first residences at Mill District, we’re very much focused on what life in one of our homes will feel like for our buyers. In short, our homes will live generously, inspiring varied and fulfilling days.
Winter is over, the rains are behind us, and vines are budding out – all of which heralds the return of Mill District Velo. Consider Mill District Velo a cycling-specific focus on Healdsburg and Sonoma County and it is by no means exclusive but is for, by, and about passionate cyclists.
What truly makes a neighborhood vibrant is diversity. At Mill District we have embraced this concept from the beginning, and the first building to rise from the ground will exemplify that commitment completely.
For a relatively rural town of roughly 12,000 people, Healdsburg certainly is embracing sustainability in a big way. The latest example of this commitment: A new floating array of solar panels.
There’s no better way to get to know Mill District than to connect with the architects, designers and visionaries behind the project.
The month of August wasn’t only about construction; we made strides in marketing the project, too.
We all know “Wine Country” is where people come for a taste of world-class vino and Michelin-starred meals. “Ride Country,” however, that’s where people come for some of the best cycling in the world.
Thanksgiving takes on special meaning this month as everyone in Healdsburg is full of gratitude for the firefighters and first responders who kept our town safe from the Kincade Fire at the end of October.
Healdsburg is getting ready to welcome its first coworking space, and our team was among the first to get a sense of what the place will be like when it opens. The space, CraftWork, is scheduled to open for business January 2, 2020.