Vintage Oaks on the Town Green will provide numerous benefits to the Windsor community. These benefits include:
- Creating 788 full-time, well-paying jobs and generating $132 million in economic activity from the development.* The surge in economic activity in Windsor and Sonoma County will strengthen our local economy while supporting our local workforce.
- Helping downtown businesses thrive. Residents of the Vintage Oaks on the Town Green residential community will generate over $32 million in annual income,* of which a significant amount will be spent in Windsor, supporting downtown businesses and other Windsor merchants.
- Providing $6 million to the town of Windsor from development fees, money that may be reinvested in the community.
- Generating $4.4 million in total economic activity in the Town of Windsor each year through direct, indirect and induced impacts. Another $4.8 million in total economic activity would be generated each year in the remainder of the County.*
- Providing $3.5 million to the local economy from new resident spending and the management/operation of the project,* which will increase revenues to locally-owned businesses and further help our downtown thrive.
- Saving 104 protected oak trees, 47 more than the original Bisno plans and 26 more than what was approved by the Town Council in 2011.**
- Providing more than $1 million as an in-lieu fee for future affordable housing projects in Windsor.
- Providing $50,000 to help fund a new dog park in the Town of Windsor.
*Source: Economic Impact Analysis: Vintage Oaks on the Town Green, The Natelson Dale Group, Inc.
**Note: Tree figures above are preliminary and may be subject to change as the site plan is further refined**
“Vintage Oaks on the Town Green is vital to the success of Oliver’s Market, slated to open in January 2016. We, along with numerous other businesses near the Town Green, support the Town of Windsor and we are asking those in Windsor to support this well-conceived and much-needed development.”
-Tom Scott, Vice President & General Manager of Oliver’s Market