Santa Rosa Junior College

Santa Rosa, CA

Design and finance models were developed to ensure the needs of SRJC and its students are met. Connecting the campus with the new community was a primary driver of the site design, ensuring seamless campus integration. Strong connectivity allows pedestrian and bicycle traffic to flow freely and safely between the community and the campus, and the interior design maximizes social interaction on all floors. The roof terrace offers a bird’s eye view of the courtyard, and the kitchen garden supports healthy living.

The 100% tax-exempt P3 financing structure will minimize the term of the unsubordinated ground lease, limit financial risk to SRJC and the district, and generate over $71M in ground-lease payments to SRJC over 40 years. Servitas will also maximize the economic impact in Sonoma County over the course of this project with more than $27M being invested into firms working on this project.

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  • 353 Beds/258 units
  • 5-story building
  • 95,281 SF


  • Controlled access entrances
  • Courtyard, micro-communities
  • Kitchen garden for resident grown food production
  • Access controlled patio and bike storage
  • Package locker system