Clover Stornetta Repositions, Grows in Hometown Petaluma, Grabs Class A Office and Industrial Spaces

Clover Stornetta Farms, a leading brand in the dairy industry, has recently signed two long-term lease agreements that will reposition, expand and also retain the company within its hometown of Petaluma, CA (North Bay) for many more years. Clover Stornetta leased 17,554 square feet of Class A office space at 1800 S. McDowell Boulevard, located within the South McDowell Landing project owned by Basin Street Properties. The building offers quality views of the adjacent Shollenberger Park and surrounding hills. Clover Stornetta also leased 64,000 square feet of space within a to-be-built Class A industrial building being developed just around the corner at 1490 Cader Lane. The facility is part of a new multi-building commercial campus known as Cader Corporate Center owned by New York Life Real Estate Investors. Each of the properties serving as the new home for the dairy company is located near major transportation routes U.S. Highway 101 and the Lakeville (116) Highway.

Trevor Buck, Steven Leonard and Brian Foster with Cushman & Wakefield’s North Bay office represented both Basin Street Properties and New York Life, with Mr. Buck also representing Clover Stornetta in the pair of transactions.

About Clover Stornetta Farms
Third-generation family-owned and operated, Clover Stornetta Farms is long recognized as a leader at the forefront of the dairy industry. The Petaluma-based company in California’s beautiful Sonoma County was the first dairy in the United States to become American Humane Certified and holds its partnership of family owned dairy farms to a higher standard by developing its own unique North Coast Excellence Certified program. For more about Clover Stornetta, visit

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