Tracy Hills is a 5,411 acre (1,876 developable acres), 4,704 unit master planned community located 45 minutes east of the San Francisco Bay Area nestled against the rolling foothills of southwest Tracy, CA. Tracy Hills will be the first and only hillside project in the region with a location that offers panoramic views over the City of Tracy and across the Central Valley to the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The community will offer foothill living at its finest with rolling terrain, over 3,500 acres of open space (dedicated to the USFWS) and an expansive trail system, all with immediate access to Interstate 580 and a short commute to Bay Area employment and job opportunities that avoids the significant congestion along Interstate 205, the main east-west commute corridor through central Tracy.
Tracy Hills is approximately 30 miles east of the Tri-Valley job centers of San Ramon, Dublin and Pleasanton and 40-60 miles from the job centers of Silicon Valley and the Peninsula. In addition, the Tracy Hills site is located 3 miles from the Altamont Commuter Express Station in Tracy, providing commuter rail service to the Tri-Valley within 30 minutes and the heart of Silicon Valley within 90 minutes. With supply constraints in the Bay Area, Tracy Hills is poised to provide a high quality, affordable, amenitized residential community to meet the increasing demand from Bay Area residents as the Northern California economy continues to improve.
Straddling I-580 and extending into the foothills to the west, Tracy Hills includes 1,117 acres of residential land, 59 acres of parks, 258 acres of commercial, retail, office and industrial land, 42 acres of school sites, 337 acres of greenways and on-site open space incorporated into the land plan, 63 acres of infrastructure and 3,535 acres of open space and conservation land. Tracy Hills is located within the Jefferson Elementary School District, the highest and most sought after school district in the Tracy area, and will be served by the newly constructed Kimball High School located only 2.5 miles from the project.
Of the residential developable acreage, the Specific Plan designates 598 acres as low density residential at 3.4 units per acre (providing for up to 2,033 units), 396 acres as medium density residential (5.5 units per acre or 2,179 units), 92 acres of residential estates (1.3 units per acre or 119 units) and 31 acres of high density residential uses (12.1 units per acre or 373 units).
West of the California Aqueduct and North of Corral Hollow Rd., / Tracy, CA
- Number of units:
- Product type:
Single Family Detached, Townhomes
- Target Market:
New families, second time homebuyers, move-down buyers and empty nesters