R.D. Olson Construction has completed the ground-up, two-part construction of Citrine Apartments, an affordable housing community, as well as the adjacent Hotel Trio, located in Healdsburg, Calif.
Located at 1260 Grove St., the apartment community comprises 37 one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans, totaling 41,048 square feet. Residents have access to amenities such as a bike storage area, an outdoor lounge area, a community room with Wi-Fi, a playground, a laundry facility and a barbecue beach area.
“We are excited to introduce a two-part project to California’s wine country that brings much-anticipated options for affordable accommodation to travelers and area residents alike,” said Bill Wilhelm, president of R.D. Olson Construction, in a prepared statement.
Hotel Trio, situated at 110 Dry Creek Road, was named due to its connection to the three wine valleys in Sonoma County—Dry Creek, Russian River and Alexander. Encompassing 82,638 square feet, the property includes 122-keys, offering 13 one-bedroom layouts and 109 studios. Guests have access to amenities including in-room kitchens, fire pits, an outdoor pool deck, a lounge, a meeting room, on-site bicycle rentals and shuttle service, outdoor patios, a fitness center, a wine and coffee bar, a barbecue area and a third floor lounge overlooking Dry Creek.
Additional project partners include Axis/GFA Architecture + Design, ZFA Structural Engineers, Design Force Corp., Roche + Roche Landscape Architecture, CSW/Stuber-Stroeh Engineering Group Inc. and Robison Engineering.
“The combination of a hotel and affordable housing project is a first-of-its-kind for R.D. Olson Construction, and adds to our robust portfolio of hospitality and multi-unit projects,” added Wilhelm.
The firm’s other hospitality projects in Northern California include Hotel Monaco in San Francisco as well as the Hyatt Place, Courtyard Marriott and Riverside Country Club in San Jose. Recently completed affordable housing projects include Fullerton Family Housing, a five-story, 52,407-square-foot apartment building in Orange County.
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