JOSS Realty Partners Acquires Napa Square in Downtown Napa for $39.3M

Oenotri, a southern Italian restaurant, and The Norman Rose Tavern, a neighborhood pub, anchor Napa Square.

NAPA, CALIF. — JOSS Realty Partners has acquired Napa Square, a 65,848-square-foot mixed-use asset in downtown Napa, for $39.3 million.

Originally built in 1957 and redeveloped in 2009, Napa Square is LEED Gold certified and features 41,010 square feet of office space and 24,848 square feet of ground-floor retail.

Wells Fargo, Charles Schwab, U.S. Bank and UPS occupy the 92 percent leased center along with anchor tenants Oenotri, a southern Italian restaurant, and The Norman Rose Tavern, a neighborhood pub.

Nicholas Bicardo, Scott Pertel, Danny Reddin and Brandon Rogoff of HFF represented the seller, CDI Companies, in the transaction. Jordan Angel of HFF secured a $22.3 million acquisition loan with J.P. Morgan Asset Management on behalf of JOSS.

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