Construction has topped out for the five-story affordable Belmont Village Senior Living at Bishop Ranch 1A in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. The project, addressed at 6151 Bollinger Canyon Road, is the first in a massive 600-acre masterplan led by Sunset Development to transform a car-oriented office campus into a walkable city with 4,500 homes, parks, and shops. Belmont Village Senior Housing is the project sponsor, and Sunset Development is the property owner.
Construction is underway for Aspen Wood, an entirely affordable senior housing project on the southern border of San Ramon, Contra Costa County. The project will create 123 new homes at 9000 Alcosta Boulevard, close to the Walmart-anchored Country Club Village shopping center. Standard Communities and Housing On Merit are jointly responsible for the development.
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.
Laborer’s Union Housing Project has been proposed for development at Westside Drive in San Ramon. The project proposal includes the construction of multiple two-story single-family units. Northern California Laborers, PTF LLC is the property owner.
A residential project has been approved for development at 2481 Deerwood Drive in San Ramon. The project proposal includes the development of a townhome community consisting of ten three-story buildings. Plans call for the demolition of the existing commercial office building on the site. Trumark Homes is the project applicant. Sieva Property LLC is the property owner.