• 200 Fourth Street

    Located in the heart of Santa Rosa’s Old Railroad Square, 200 Fourth Street is Santa Rosa’s newest Class A mixed-use building. The building features on-site parking, easy freeway access, and is within quick walking distance of the Blackman Conference Center, the Santa Rosa Mall, Courthouse Square, City Hall and downtown shops and restaurants.
     

     

  • Museum on the square

    Hugh Futrell Corporation is pleased to announce the opening of the long-awaited, transformative Museum on the Square project in downtown Santa Rosa, home of Luther Burbank Savings, the California Wine Discovery Museum, TLCD Architecture and other tenants.

  • The Downtown Apartments

    Located just two blocks from Old Courthouse Square in Santa Rosa, The Downtown Apartments feature studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments in a four-story stucco and lap-sided building that won the Merit Award from the City of Santa Rosa.

    Rents range from $700 to $1325 per month. Maximum household income eligibility requirements apply.

  • Humboldt apartments

    Located at the southwest corner of Seventh and Humboldt Streets in downtown Santa Rosa, this mixed use project, now under construction will include fifty-one affordable apartments, a community room, podium courtyard, private parking and ground floor mixed use space.

    The apartments are one-, two- and three-bedroom units.  Income limitations apply.



    For more information or to add your name to the waiting list, please call 707-526-5620 or click here.

     

  • NORTH mCDOWELL COMMONS

    Hugh Futrell Corporation is proud to announce the rehabilitation of The Hansen House and the development of 34 new residential homes in Petaluma. North McDowell Commons will be located north of McDowell Boulevard between Palo Verde and Capri Creek. The homes are 3 bedrooms 2.5 baths and range from 1,118 square feet to1,226 square feet.

     

  • TERRAZZO AT FOUNTAINGROVE

    The Terrazzo at Fountaingrove project, approved by the Planning Commission, consists of 19-single family (three- and four-bedroom) homes that are situated in two "architecture villages" with superb views. The homes are adjacent to the Fountaingrove Golf and Athletic Club (FGAC). Terrazzo is a short stroll to the golf course, health and fitness facility and neighborhood shopping.

  • EMPIRE BUILDING CONVERSION

    Adaptive re-purposing of the historic Empire Building at Courthouse Square in downtown Santa Rosa into a premier boutique hotel. Plans are in place to transform the historic building that previously housed banks and law offices into a multi-level hotel, restaurant, and courtyard event space. HFC partners with the Berkowitz Family and Greystone Hotels on the hotel conversion project that will invigorate the west-side block of the newly restored Courthouse Square. 

  • SANTA ROSA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS

    Hugh Futrell Corporation is project manager/owner's representative for Santa Rosa Community Health Centers serving low-income patients of all ages in central Sonoma County. HFC assists in the development and construction of new health care facilities.

Thirty-five years of experience has made Hugh Futrell Corporation one of the premier builders of single family and condominium residential neighborhoods, downtown mixed-use developments, rental communities and office and retail buildings throughout the North Bay.

A Message from Hugh Futrell Corporation

The communities we live in are more than roads and utility lines, buildings and yards, fences and sidewalks. A community is a place that helps make life worth living--not for a few, not for some, but for all.

Each building, each subdivision, each development either adds to or subtracts from the richness of community life. It makes the community a better place--or a worse one.

Developers and builders have a moral responsibility. We have an obligation to demand good design, and to work inside urban boundaries--not sprawl across agricultural lands. We have a duty to protect and strengthen old neighborhoods and create true and vital new neighborhoods.

We have a responsibility to help make city centers thrive; to attend to the social needs of the community; to make it easier for our customers to live near where they work, and for their work environments to be worth working in.

At Hugh Futrell Corporation we define our success by how well we meet these responsibilities.