The North Bay Business Journal: A buyer has come forward for Downtown Napa’s historic Franklin Station post office, which suffered extensive damage in the August 2014 earthquake, and has sat vacant since.
The main level of the building is approximately 7,000 square feet, with another 5,000 square feet in the basement. Keller said it will cost about $8 million just to restore the building, including a seismic retrofit, and maintain and restore historic features of the building.
Keller also owns the Main Street Exchange building next to Napa Creek and the Young building at Third and Coombs streets in downtown.
Keller said he purchased the building for essentially sentimental reasons. Read more.