First Street Napa


First Street Napa Office Space is 50% Leased!

First Street Napa announces its first office tenants, Pacific Union International and Silicon Valley Bank, who will occupy the newly redeveloped space in early 2018. More than 100 professionals will call First Street Napa their Monday–Friday home, adding to the growing energy in Downtown Napa.

“We are looking forward to transferring our local office to the burgeoning 1300 First Street location,” said Linda Carroll, regional executive of Pacific Union International.  “Our team is excited to experience First Street Napa’s ‘live, work, play’ environment firsthand.”

“Silicon Valley Bank has supported the U.S. wine industry for more than 20 years,” said William Stevens, wine division manager for Silicon Valley Bank. “We are excited to expand into downtown Napa at First Street Napa to further our local footprint and build upon our longstanding commitment to the wine industry.”

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First Street Napa Announces Two Artisanal Tenants to Open Later This Year

A Treat For The Body & Soul

Anything and everything but boring, Lush delivers fresh, handmade and ethical bath, body, hair and skincare in
an inviting, playful shop. Known for their bath "bombs," bright colors and deliciously fragrant products, we can't
wait to get lost for hours discovering all that Lush offers.

"This is a great location for Lush to reach locals and visitors, including those who travel from around the world to visit Napa. We are excited to be part of this mixed-use project that will sit as an anchor to downtown Napa," said Alyssa Gates, Lush's Director of US Real Estate.

Wine Like You've Never Experience It

Master Sommelier Matt Stamp and Ryan Stetins, passionate Napa locals, bring years of wine experience to First Street Napa with their new wine bar, restaurant, and wine retail shop, Compline.

Compline — a Latin reference to the completion of the working day — is a celebration of Napa wine country, Napa cuisine, and the wines we love to drink. In this spirit, friends (old and new) are invited to enjoy a bottle of win as the night settles in, surrounded by a warm kitchen's glow and the bounty of Napa Valley. Unpretentious, bold, and inviting.

"We've spent a lot of time as sommeliers on fine-dining restaurant floors in Napa Valley and elsewhere, and now we're ready to do something a little more casual and fun," said Matt Stamp, Compline's Master Sommelier. "It makes sense to be either on First Street or along Main Street where everything is happening."

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