The San Ramon Planning Department is scheduled to review plans to redevelop the former Chevron headquarters at 6001 Bollinger Canyon Road with a mixed-use neighborhood in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. The public study session will reshape the 92-acre campus, though details are preliminary. Sunset Development, the owner of Bishop Ranch, is responsible for the application.
The initial concept for Chevron Park from late 2022 would create apartments, townhomes, and 125,000 square feet of retail. The project will focus on a central park, with pocket parks and additional open space scattered around. A buffer will be included along the development’s southern edge, and a new transit center may be added.
The preliminary scenarios include a range of residential densities across the campus. The lowest density would be occupied predominately by townhomes with some five-story and seven-story apartments closer to Bollinger Canyon Road for a total capacity of 2,030 apartments and 97,000 square feet in a retail center. The low-density option includes 1,300 apartments, 200 stacked flats, and 530 townhome-style homes.
The highest density proposal shared early this year would create 2,850 residential units with six to seven-story housing abutting the Bollinger Canyon Road and the nearby freeway with six to seven-story apartments. A mixed-use residence and mobility hub would rise across from the Renzo Piano-design City Center Bishop Ranch shopping mall. Unit sizes would vary with 1,900 apartments, 420 stacked flats, and 550 townhomes.
The meeting is scheduled to start tonight, July 18th, starting at 6 PM. The event will be held in person and online. For information about how to attend and participate, visit the city website here.