Santa Rosa, California (1998)
Courtside Village is 68 acres which straddle Sebastopol Road, between the Santa Rosa Corporate Center and Wright Road.
On the Southern 33 acres, 156 homes and 8 Live/Work units surround a large tennis/swimming/gym/recreation center. Further complements to the Southern core area are a neighborhood school serving Kindergarten through 6th grades, a pre-school/day care center, a church and civic center, and a deli/coffee shop.
On the Northern 35 acres, 211 single family homes surround a 20,000 square foot retail and professional office center with restaurants, shops, and a Central Park. Completing the Northern housing are apartment units for a Seniors Community. They consist of 110 flats located above the restaurants and shops of the retail center, 44 flats in 3 story buildings, and 6 Live/Work Units.
Approximately 68% of the total 535 homes are single family units on lots varying from 2700 to 6500 square feet. A pedestrian bridge connects the North and South sides of Sebastopol Road. At least one YSA principal participated as design architect, supervising architect and/or senior designer while associated with the architect-of-record for this project.