Tribes eye large clinic for site of Santa Rosa Kmart burned in Tubbs Fire

28 July 2020

Alvin Jornada / The Press Democrat

There’s been a question for several years what would replace the Kmart store in Santa Rosa, even while shoppers were still frequenting the “big box” retail building that the Tubbs Fire destroyed nearly three years ago.

Shortly after a new proposal was submitted for hundreds of apartments on the site of the former Fountaingrove Inn to the east across Highway 101, another large commercial site burned in the same firestorm that swept through the north end city in the early hours of Oct. 9, 2017, is being envisioned for a much different use.

Under consideration for the 9-acre site at 3771 Cleveland Ave., which includes the former store’s parking lot and the now-cleared footprint of the 114,500-square-foot building, is what’s described on the city’s online parcel information portal as “SCIHP Medical Office Building.” It’s described as a two-story, 70,000-square-foot medical office building.

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