Most of Healdsburg’s social justice programs are run through Corazon Healdsburg, a community organization dedicated to helping those in need. This means that many of the most beloved efforts now fall under Marcy Flores.
It’s fitting that Lake Sonoma is what inspired Skip Brand to fall in love with Wine Country. Today, the Silicon Valley refugee is owner of the Healdsburg Running Company and serves as race director of the Lake Sonoma 50, a world-renowned ultramarathon.
Over the course of his career, Bob Cabral has had one basic philosophy: Do it right all the time, even if no-one is looking.
From Jack London to Luther Burbank, the beauty of Sonoma County has inspired many over the years. It also inspired the design of Mill District’s residences. We recently caught up with Kirsten Murray, an owner and principal at Olson Kundig and the lead architect of our residential design.
Healdsburg might be a small town, but Tallia Hart, the new CEO of the Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce brings a big-time resume and point of view to her new role. She came to Healdsburg after a stint as the head of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce.
While most Healdsburg locals have spent the 10 months of the Covid-19 pandemic sheltering in place, Jessica Martin has been working to make Healdsburg a more creative and inspiring place to shelter.
In a way, Kim Carroll has been telling stories since he was 16. This native of Cork, Ireland, is still doing what he does best—and now he’s doing it for Mill District as we put the finishing touches on renderings for prospective owners.
One of the most vibrant communities within the Healdsburg community comprises customers of Healdsburg Running Company, or HRC. The shop, which opened in 2014, is the brainchild of Skip Brand, who has almost single-handedly cultivated an active running community in and around the Healdsburg area.
One of Healdsburg’s most famous food-and-beverage all-stars has pivoted from a career in kitchens to a job coordinating the region’s primary food distribution network. The chef, Duskie Estes, took over in late April as the new executive director of Farm to Pantry.
The forthcoming residence selection event is an exciting look at the future of Mill District. But that future wouldn’t be possible without the past, and nobody embodies the history of the site better than Willie Hollingsworth.