500 Homes To Begin Construction In Dublin, Alameda County

Finnian Square park aerial perspective, rendering courtesy SCS DevelopmentFinnian Square park aerial perspective, rendering courtesy SCS Development

A proposed mixed-use development has moved forward in Dublin, Alameda County. Spanning an area of 77 acres,  the project aims to build suburban housing, an affordable apartment building, and a commercial district anchored by a public park.

Dallas-based Landsea Homes paid $125 million to SCS Development for the approved East Bay homesites.

Shared with SFYIMBY, Landsea Homes announced it has acquired 500 homesites for a new ground-up master-planned community called Dublin Centre in Dublin, California.

The project will spread across 50 acres of land. Located in East Dublin, Dublin Centre will feature 500 homes of various product types including single-family detached and attached townhomes with traditional and modern architecture styles. Select floor plans will feature LiveGen™ suites, ideal for multigenerational living with first-floor bedrooms and optional kitchenette’s that function as buyers see fit.

Residents of Dublin Centre will enjoy a large community swim center and water park, as well as a central gathering area. The community is adjacent to a planned entertainment district, close to Grand Paseo public park, Emerald Glen Park, Fallon Sports Park and within walking distance to several highly rated K-12 schools. Local walking and biking trails abound including the Iron Horse Trail.

Development is slated to begin this year and sales are expected to begin in late 2025. Pricing will be announced at a later date.

“Today’s announcement is a huge milestone for Landsea Homes as it marks our largest master-planned community in the Bay Area, supporting our growth for this important region as we create a highly desirable community of new High Performance Homes,” said Tom Baine, California Division President, Landsea Homes. “We look forward to seeing all those who will call Dublin Centre home and live in their element for years to come.”

As stated in the press release, every home at Dublin Centre will contain Landsea Homes’ renowned High Performance Home features including smart home automation technology utilized by the Apple HomeKit™ to make life at home healthier and more comfortable. The smart home automation features include an Apple® HomePod mini™, wireless access point, Wi-Fi enabled entry door locks, thermostat control, garage door opener control, light dimmer switches, a doorbell camera, and smart home activation via Best Buy’s Geek Squad.

Homes will also contain the REME HALO® air purifier, a state-of-the-art product that mitigates indoor contaminants to keep residents safe and support healthy living by reducing airborne particles and air pollutants, killing up to 99% of bacteria, allergens, and odor.

Dublin is a highly desirable East Bay city located in Alameda County’s Tri-Valley region. It is located close to Interstate 580 and Interstate 680, roughly 35 miles east of downtown San Francisco, 23 miles east of downtown Oakland, and 31 miles north of downtown San Jose.

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4 Comments on "500 Homes To Begin Construction In Dublin, Alameda County"

  1. The title here states the wrong design team. ELS and Urban Field Studio worked with the City to establish the vision on behalf of the City, and Dahlin Group is the design firm for the Landsea Development. Field Paoli was involved in the previous iteration with a different developer that did not move forward and occurred before the City Visioning process.

  2. Byron Tucker | May 31, 2024 at 5:59 pm | Reply

    Moving in June

  3. Byron tucler | May 31, 2024 at 6:00 pm | Reply

    Like to move in next month two bedroom on low income

  4. Panhandle Pro | June 2, 2024 at 3:51 pm | Reply

    What’s the address or street intersection where this land exists?

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