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Available Properties & Opportunities
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- Downtown Napa
- Oxbow District
- Napa Corporate Park
- Napa 2040 General Plan Cooridors
There are many exciting areas in Napa ready for development or commercial uses. The Economic Development team would be happy to support your search.
You can start your search by browsing LoopNet's online database of properties in Napa; or contacting a local real estate broker. We've made finding a local real estate broker easy for you by providing Real Estate contact information through the City's Resource Directory.
If you have any questions or need additional assistance, contact our team at [email protected]
Downtown Napa has lots of exciting shopping, dining, and entertainment venues to enjoy. Napa’s downtown has experienced a renaissance in development over the past few years. Several new projects and projects under construction have grown and diversified the types of businesses in the downtown. The Downtown Association (DoNapa.com) and Visit Napa Valley Welcome Center are great places to check out the activity.
The Oxbow District is a foodie haven. Named for the bend, or oxbow, of the Napa River, this area historically has been commercial/ industrial in nature and home to small hotels and food and beverage businesses. Oxbow Public Market, the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) at Copia, and the Napa Wine Train depot are all part of the fabric of this district.
The Urban Land Institute provided a report in 2018 around the placemaking possibilities and potential of this area.
The Napa Valley Commons is Napa's corporate park, located at the intersection of Highway 29 and Highway 221. Situated on 246 acres, the corporate park is home to a variety of professional service organizations, a luxury hotel, several wineries and tasting rooms. Although the park is within the City's limits, the park is not owned or managed by the City. Napa Valley Commons is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the property owners. For leasing inquiries, please contact the Napa Valley Commons real estate representatives.
Napa 2040 General Plan Update: The GPAC 2040 update has identified four corridors outside of the downtown for revitalization. You can view the draft corridor design here or at the Napa 2040 website. For more information, please contact the economic development team or [email protected]
- Trancas Street Corridor
- Jefferson Street Corridor
- Lincoln & Soscol Ave
- Imola & Soscol Ave
The City of Napa has several Opportunity Zones and Special Districts to incentive investment and entrepreneurship.
Opportunity Zones in Napa
Created as part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Opportunity Zones were created to direct long-term capital into low-income communities across the U.S., with tax incentives designed to attract private investment into designated census tracts through the use of managed investment funds. The tax breaks are intended to attract funding for start-ups, housing developments and other economic activity that might not otherwise find its way in these designated zones established by the state.
There are 2 Opportunity Zones in Napa: Downtown and Westwood Neighborhoods.
See the designated qualified opportunity zone map here.