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Another hotel development proposed in St. Helena

Antonio and Rita Castellucci have submitted a pre-application review for a proposed mixed-use commercial project featuring a hotel at the former Bank of America location at 1001 Adams St. in St. Helena’s Business, Professional, and Office zoning district.

Antonio and Rita Castellucci have submitted a pre-application review for a proposed mixed-use commercial project featuring a hotel at the former Bank of America location at 1001 Adams St. in St. Helena’s Business, Professional, and Office zoning district.

The Castellucis owned the Ink House B&B south of St. Helena but sold it to Jean-Charles Boisset and Gina Gallo.

Their proposed development would include 75 hotel rooms, 10 residential units, a restaurant and bar, retail space, a café, a spa, a fitness center, a conference center and underground parking. 

As a component of the project, an undisclosed number of affordable housing units is set to be built.

The specific number of units is expected to be established through a development agreement between the city and the developer.

Also in or near Sr, Helena, Noble House, the owners of the Wine Train and part owners of River Terrace Inn, recently proposed a hotel on the grounds of Charles Krug Winery, and the Jackson family proposed one at Freemark Abbey. 

A hotel has already been approved for the property next to Farmstead Restaurant.

St. Helena wants more hotels for the tax revenue they add: property tax, sales tax, transient occupancy tax and other revenue.

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