Trumark Homes has proposed two subdivisions that could yield 125 new homes in the Tri-Valley city of San Ramon.
The two developments, about a mile away from each other on 2233 San Ramon Valley Blvd. and 2481 Deerwood Drive, would encompass 72 and 53 homes, respectively, according to concept development plans submitted to the city at the end of August. Both projects are slated to appear before the San Ramon Planning Commission for initial feedback on Tuesday.
Trumark Homes did not respond to request for comment.
The San Ramon Valley subdivision on just under three acres would include three- and four-bedroom homes ranging from 1,400 to 2,100 square feet. The project’s architect is KTGY.
Trumark is proposing a lower-density project than called for by the San Ramon Village Specific Plan, which envisions the Village Center Mixed Use district, where the project is located, as a “walkable focal point” for the neighborhood, according to staff documents. Trumark, which told San Ramon that rising construction costs would make a higher-density development infeasible, is considering whether to apply for a general plan amendment to allow it to maintain its proposed density, according to staff documents.