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Issue No. 29 | March 2022


Time to Write Contracts

We are very pleased to announce that Canopy at Mill District has been approved by the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) to now accept Purchase and Sale Agreements. This is a significant milestone to kick off 2022: our Reservation Holders can now finalize the purchase of their Olson Kundig designed homes.

While technically, this is the signing of Purchase and Sales Agreements, we prefer to think of it as welcoming our founding residents to Mill District. Our Reservation Holders have been on this journey with us, they have selected their homes, and this final step coincides with Mill District starting to rise out of the ground.

“The foundation of any community starts with the first people who live there,” said Greg Ashley, Chief Strategy Officer for Mill District developer, Replay Destinations. “Our Reservation Holders became passionate about Mill District early on. Like us, they love the experiences of Sonoma Wine Country, architecture and design, food, wine, cycling and recreation. They are clearly enthusiastic about Mill District and have demonstrated this belief with early selection of a home in our first residences, Canopy. They connected early with what we are creating here and as the first residents of Mill District they will set the culture for this special place.”

The response to our reservation program has been overwhelming with the majority of the homes spoken for and after we finalize Purchase and Sales Agreements we will be releasing any remaining homes to the general public in April. For those who have been following us, if you do have interest in the homes at Canopy please reach out prior to April 1st.

“We’re making the Purchase and Sale process as seamless and easy as possible for our Reservation Holders” Greg said.  “The first step is face-to-face meetings or zoom calls, we will then release our Purchaser Package and Purchaser’s Guide, which includes the Purchase and Sale Agreements and associated reading documents as well as the details, finishes, and specifications of our homes. Of course our sales, development, and design teams will be available to assist all the way through the process and signing will be electronic via DocuSign to keep it efficient.”

Reservation Holders already have access to our concierge program, which is run through our partners at SingleThread. This valuable benefit that will continue as our Reservation Holders move to purchasers—at any time, they can call upon the concierge at SingleThread to enhance their experience in Healdsburg and Sonoma Wine Country.

Signing Purchase and Sales Agreements brings Mill District to reality. “This milestone moves our construction focus from building the roads and infrastructure for the community to building homes for our purchasers.” Ashley said. “We’re here to build these amazing Olson Kundig designed homes in a beautiful new neighborhood for homeowners to experience what makes life special in Healdsburg and Sonoma Wine Country.”

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