Plans are under review for a new senior housing project at Bishop Ranch 1A in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. The proposal is part of the much larger 4,500-unit CityWalk master plan, spearheaded by Sunset Development to create a new district in the city. This first portion will create 183 beds, offering assisted and independent living for seniors living in the Tri-Valley. The Texas-based Belmont Village Senior Housing company is sponsoring the development.
New renderings have been revealed for City Village, a 404-unit residential development at 2400-2440 Camino Ramon in San Ramon’s Bishop Ranch office park. SummerHill Homes will be building the project. Speaking with SFYIMBY earlier this…
San Ramon’s Architectural Review Board is scheduled to hear plans for a multi-family proposal to develop 500 Deerwood Road in the Contra Costa County city. The proposal would create 57 units, of which nine would be priced at below-market rates. The True Life Companies is managing the development through TTLC San Ramon Deerwood LLC.
New building permits have been filed for six single-family residences at the Gale Ranch development in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. Located between 201 and 225 Zinnia Court, the houses will be a part of the Serena at Gale Ranch neighborhood, developed by the Toll Brothers firm. Five of the six homes have already been sold, with the sixth currently available for purchase.
The East Bay Times has reported that the San Ramon City Council unanimously approved the CityWalk development for Bishop Ranch. The project has the potential to be a catalyst for a new direction in suburban San Ramon. Thanks to city approval, Sunset Development Company is set to build 4,500 new apartment units and a mixed-use neighborhood that encourages foot traffic, bicycle use, and public transit. Most impressively, no residential neighborhoods were displaced. The adaptive reuse of parking land will transform one percent of the city’s area to house ten percent of its population.