Founded in 1974, Basin Street Properties has truly come a long way. The company has grown from the small entrepreneurial firm of the early years to owning a half-billion dollars of commercial real estate across two states. As a privately held company, Basin Street remains unique in the industry relative to the speed and ease that decisions – and deals – can be made.
Basin Street’s investment in Petaluma is clearly their principal legacy; it has changed the fabric of that town forever. The company has demonstrated a profound understanding of how real estate can change a community, and strives to shape that impact with every development or investment in the current markets of Sacramento and the North Bay area of California, and Reno, Nevada.
Today, Basin Street has the right team in place to successfully navigate rapid growth. Just like in days past, their focus remains on “creating environments where companies can thrive.”
- Acquired 11-building portfolio in Petaluma pushing the company’s total holdings to over three million square feet.
- Purchased 201 Alameda Del Prado in Novato, 32,500 SF, furthering the companies commitment to office property in Marin County.
- Purchased Shoreline, Highway 101, 98,652 SF located in Mill Valley, CA which began Basin Street’s return to the Marin County market.
- Purchased a 17-building office portfolio located in Santa Rosa, CA, from an owner that Basin Street sold to in 2005.
- The Petaluma portfolio was expanded to include the Sequoia Center, three office buildings totaling 212,656 SF. A thriving area of the Sacramento region, Roseville, provided an opportunity to grow that market’s holdings with the purchase of 95,612 SF Stone Point Plaza.
- Sacramento, CA was added to the list of cities in the Basin Street portfolio when 8950 Cal Center Dr., three buildings totaling 170,208 SF and the 89,528 SF office building at 2535 Capital Oaks Dr. were purchased. Reno’s downtown office holdings grew when the 136,497 SF building at 300 EastRead More...
- Expanded into hospitality with the purchase of The Holiday Inn Express in Corning, CA and the land for a Hampton Inn & Suites in Suisun City, CA that was completed and opened in 2009. Expanded in Reno with retail property, 46,520 SF Coliseum Meadows and the 136,497 SF Wells FargoRead More...
- Developed Fountaingrove Executive Center, 37,000 SF and 50,000 SF of office at the Napa Valley Gateway Business Park. Purchased Golden Eagle Center, a 71,000 SF retail center. Sold a 24-building portfolio of office property located in Marin and Sonoma Counties to Equity Office Properties. Purchased first building in Reno, NV,Read More...
- Tenant count grew to 241 while developing Basin Street Landing, 67,000 SF mixed-use project and Oak Valley Business Center, 175,000 SF office complex. Re-purchased Golden Gate Plaza, 116,000 SF office complex. Acquired Waterfall Towers, 90,370 SF office complex, 3850 & 3880 Brickway Blvd., 125,730 SF office/R&D buildings and Park PointRead More...
- Acquired The Lakes at Santa Rosa Corporate Center, 136,000 SF of office space, and Napa Airport Centre, 150,900 SF office and light-industrial. Developed the Creekside Office Center in Napa, 122,000 SF and the Woodside Office Center in Novato, 89,000 SF.
- Developed 75,000 SF of light-industrial space in Napa Valley Gateway Business Park.
- Began development of the Theatre District in Petaluma, 80,000 SF office, 120,000 SF retail, 220 units of apartments and a 500 stall garage. Developed Petaluma Parkway Plaza, 80,000 SF retail; and 58,000 SF of office space at Redwood Business Park for Gluon Networks.
- Grew to 28 employees with development totaling 1,100,000 SF. Expanded to include retail and residential assets.
- Name of the company was changed to Basin Street Properties. The company grew to 23 employees, managed 1,700,000 SF of office, retail and industrial space with 115 tenants and had developed 515,000 SF. Developed 67,000 SF office building for Alcatel
- Developed the 71,000 SF office building, Lakeville Corporate Center, for Legacy Marketing Group
- Began first industrial development in southern Petaluma.
- The company grew to 14 employees, managed 750,000 SF of office and industrial space and had developed 120,000 SF. Began development in the Napa Industrial Park in Napa, CA.
- Bill White’s son Matt joins the firm as a leasing agent.
- First development outside of Petaluma; a two building, three-story office project in Novato, CA.
- The company had five employees, managed 430,000 SF of office space and had developed 40,000 SF.
- G&W builds at least one building a year at Redwood Business Park; total project upon completion is 1,000,000 square feet.
- Vila Construction builds the 36,000 square foot, one-story McDowell Technology Center at 1372 N. McDowell, Petaluma; the first “large scale” development project and the beginning of Redwood Business Park.
- G&W signs a contract to purchase land and to develop a speculative building (what would become 1372 North McDowell) in Petaluma.
- Moved office of G&W to San Rafael and commenced land acquisition work on what would become the Frates Ranch project in Petaluma; a 200+ acres project of homes and a golf course plus 100 additional acres for an office/industrial park
- Bill White and Bob Gooden started G&W Management Company. Opened first office in Burlingame, CA.