The Planning Commission will hold a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. tonight to conduct a public study session on the Chateau Sonoma hotel application.
The project on West Napa Street calls for a 59-unit hotel, a gym and an event facility, along with two restaurants and 2,800 square feet of retail space. It's proposed for a 1.55-acre property that currently includes the Chateau Sonoma antique store and the Sonoma Index-Tribune building. Both buildings are slated for demolition, under the proposal. The adjacent Lynch building, which houses Sonoma Bank, would remain and be part of the project if it is approved.
Tonight's meeting will be in the Community Meeting room, at 177 First Street West.
About 150 people attended an informal public meeting on the proposal on Aug. 15, hosted by the Sonoma developer Darius Anderson at Ramekins Culinary School and Event Center.
The address of the proposed project is 117-153 W. Napa Street.
For more information, contact David Goodison, city of Sonoma Planning Director, at 707-938-3681.
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