A new mega-development project is in the works for San Ramon, California. Sunset Development has proposed a massive mixed-use project on a 92-acre site that used to be the headquarters of Chevron. The developer plans to build thousands of homes, retail shops, restaurants, and more.
KTGY Architects is responsible for the designs of the proposed project, which includes three options presented to the city’s Planning Commission. Each option includes 97,000 square feet of retail, a 2.5-acre park, a transit center, and public open space.
The first option proposes 2,030 residential units, including apartments, townhomes, and single-family homes. The second option increases the number of housing units to 2,300 homes, while the third option builds 2,850 homes. The second and third project options also include 125,000 square feet of what Sunset Development calls “vertical mixed-use space.”
The site, which is located at 6001 Bollinger Canyon Road, is a huge parcel that used to serve as the Chevron headquarters. The campus includes 13 office buildings containing 1.3 million square feet, and it is unclear how many of these buildings will be demolished for the redevelopment.
Sunset Development purchased the property for $174.5 million in September. The developer also owns the neighboring Bishop Ranch Business Park. If the project is approved, it will bring significant changes to the area and provide many new homes and businesses for the community.