Acacia Lane Senior Apartments

Owner Acacia Lane Senior Apartments, L.P. and general contractor Midstate Construction Corporation recently completed Acacia Lane Senior Apartments in Santa Rosa for developer PEP Housing (Petaluma Ecumenical Properties). Developed in collaboration with the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Rosa, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Merritt Community Capital Corporation, Silicon Valley Bank, Bank of Marin and the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco; Acacia Lane Senior Apartments opened for residency on June 11, 2012. (more…)

Casa Grande Senior Residential Apartments

Casa Grande Senior Residential Apartments, Petaluma – New construction of a four building, two story, fifty-eight unit, HUD Capital Advanced project, totaling 42,242 square feet. This project was designed in a semicircle; promoting community. Casa Grande is the first multi-family GreenPoint Rated project in Sonoma County and received 103 points of the 50 necessary. 2009 Governor’s Award: Green Building

Colgan Meadows

Colgan Meadows, Santa Rosa – This new 84-unit affordable housing project in Santa Rosa was recently fêted by the North Bay Business Journal as the 2008 Best Project in Apartments at their annual Top Ten Projects Awards event. (more…)

h2 hotel

h2 hotel, healdsburg – Midstate Construction recently completed h2 hotel, designed by David Baker + Partners Architects, for Owner h2 hotel, LLC. The project included ground-up construction of a 4-story, 32,000 square foot hotel with basement, containing 36 guest rooms, meeting facilities, restaurant, retail space and an expansion space for the Chamber of Commerce.  The building is wood frame and a concrete podium separates the guest rooms from the public areas below.  This project is designed as a LEED Gold project.

h2hotel, Petaluma Avenue Homes – Awards

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General contractor Midstate Construction Corporation’s project, h2hotel, was awarded 2010 Hospitality Top Project in the North Bay by North Bay Business Journal on December 8, 2010. The award ceremony was hosted at Sheraton Sonoma County, built by Midstate Construction Corporation in 2001.


Healdsburg Family Housing

Healdsburg Family Housing, Healdsburg – New construction of a 64 unit, 11 buildings, 80,000 square foot affordable housing development in Healdsburg.  This project includes the installation of a pedestrian bridge and the extension of the walking path along Foss Creek.

Pepperwood Preserve

Pepperwood Preserve, Santa Rosa – New research building on the Pepperwood Preserve, a 3,117 acre nature preserve.  The 9,500 sf building will feature a field research laboraftory, classrooms and library. Among the green construction components are “plyboo” and “wheatboard” panels, which are finish materials of bamboo veneer; recycled materials for doors and fences; a rain water collection system for storage in cisterns.  This project is being designed as a LEED Gold project. North Bay Business Journal, Top Ten Construction Projects 2009: Green/LEED

Petaluma Avenue Homes

Petaluma Avenue Homes, Sebastopol – New construction of a 40,207 square foot, forty-five unit affordable housing project in Sebastopol.  This is a GreenPoint Rated project and obtained 133 points of 60 necessary.    The development has a large community room with an oversized kitchen, indoor fireplace, playground for the children and a community garden area.  Affordable Housing Associates was the affordable housing developer on this project.  Awarded the 2010 Gold Nugget Grand Award: Multi-Family Project. Awarded Affordable Housing Finance Reader’s Choice award for Best Family Development, 2010

San Francisco Toyota Showroom Tenant Improvement


Owner San Francisco Toyota and general contractor Midstate Construction Corporation recently completed the San Francisco Toyota Showroom tenant improvement in San Francisco on Geary Boulevard.  (more…)