Gasser Masterplan

Gasser Masterplan

South Napa Century Center

South Napa Century CenterThis exciting property at the corners of Gasser Drive and Imola Avenue in South Napa is an 80,000+ square feet commercial development that includes a newly completed 12-screen multiplex Cinemark XD theatre featuring Dolby Atmos sound, a 150-room Hampton Inn hotel and a 40,000 sq ft In-Shape fitness center and Forge Pizza opening in April 2016. South Napa Century Center is approx 12 acres being developed by the Gasser Foundation. The Cinemark Theatre is the anchor for the site, which will also include exciting restaurants and uniquely designed retail space.

>> For inquiries regarding the Century Center retail project, please contact Strong & Hayden, 707.226.2661.
>> For inquiries regarding the hotel project, please call Matt O’Shea, (818) 710-9221.

Napa Sport

Napa Sport

Chetuphon Thai Bistro

Chetuphon Thai Bistro

Napa Valley Velo

Napa Valley Velo

The Forge

The Gasser Foundation welcomes The Forge to South Napa Century Center. Their handcrafted pizza, craft beers, dog-friendly outdoor patio and live music are an exciting addition to the growing Center. For more information on The Forge located in Napa, please click here to visit their website.



Gasser North

Approximately 21 acres being developed by Fairfield Residential. Gasser North will include approximately 500 units of high density housing.

South Napa Shelter

The Gasser Foundation has completed a transitional housing complex in addition to the current 60 bed shelter homeless shelter. The transitional housing complex will provide the next step for those who are ready to leave the homeless shelter but not yet able to be totally independent.

Please contact the South Napa Shelter directly for any inquiries 707.252.4096.

Hartle Court Apartments

Breaks Ground Rendering

Hartle Court Apartments, are composed of 18 single-bedroom apartments and six two-bedroom apartments. All the ground-level units are adaptable to people with physical disabilities. These apartments are now completely occupied.

For many of the future residents, having a place to call their own can give them hope for their future and provide the boost necessary to turn their lives around.

Each apartment comes furnished. A cushy couch is the focal point of each living room, which also has a lamp, coffee table, and end tables. Walk into the dining room area and there is a table with chairs, either four or two depending on the size of the apartment. Each bedroom has a bed, end tables, dresser, lamps, closet, and linens. The kitchens are equipped with the standard appliances.

A few steps away from each apartment’s front door is a large grassy courtyard surrounded by picnic tables and native plants. There is also a laundry room and community center that includes an open office where residents may meet with different support professionals in private.

Steven Boyd is the Napa-Sonoma clinical director for Progress Foundation, the overseer of Hartle Court. Solar panels cover the roofs of the buildings and double as awnings above some apartment windows. The panels will provide 82 percent of the electricity necessary to run the complex.

For its “green” qualities, Hartle Court Apartments was awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (Gold) certificate by the U.S. Green Building Council.

>> For further information please contact the Progress Foundation at (707) 255-9028.