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Trumark Homes Closes Escrow on Seven Acres of Borel Property in Danville, California

  • Homebuilder’s plans include 124 new multi-family, attached residential units 
  • East Bay Regional Park District to preserve and transform adjacent 10-acres into agricultural learning park  

San Ramon, Calif., – Trumark Homes, the award-winning Western U.S. homebuilder, has closed escrow on approximately seven acres of the 17-acre Borel property in Danville, California. After more than two years of planning and entitlement, and nearly 15 years vacant, construction on the property is anticipated to begin by the end of 2024.

Plans include a 124-unit condo development on just over seven acres of the northern portion of the property, while the remaining 10 acres will be preserved and transformed by the East Bay Regional Park District into an agricultural learning park, honoring the previous owner’s vision to showcase the area’s history and the significance of the property as the final operational walnut farm in Danville. 

“I am proud of the dedication and discernment our team put forth throughout this process. Working closely with the City of Danville, the East Bay Regional Park District and other members of the community, they saw the project through to closing,” said Tony Bosowski, Northern California Division President at Trumark Homes. “Trumark Homes has earned a reputation of collaborating closely with civic leaders and community advocates to ensure our new home communities meet the needs of the cities where we build, while also meeting the demand for vital housing inventory throughout the state.” 

Located at Fostoria Way and Camino Ramon in Danville, the community will feature 124 market-rate townhomes in fifteen three-story buildings, ranging in size from 1,504 square feet to 1,802 square feet. Several amenities will be added for residents including a pocket park with children’s play areas and outdoor dining areas, walking paths, recreational games and a dog park. 

“Bringing the vision for this property to reality delivers on a promise from our team and the many community partners to uphold the historical elements of this property while contributing needed new homes and impactful open spaces for all residents and community members to enjoy,” added Bosowski.” 

Other Trumark Homes communities currently selling homes in Northern California include Jasper in Morgan Hill; Penny Lane in Concord; The Strand in San Rafael; and Vida, Dawn and Origin at The Collective.

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About Trumark Homes

With 35 years of trusted experience and recognition as 2019 Developer of the Year by Builder and Developerand 2018 Builder of the Year by Professional Builder, the Trumark Group of Companies is a diversified real estate developer and builder that includes: Trumark Communities, a master-planned community developer; Trumark Homes, a next-generation homebuilder; Trumark Commercial, which builds, leases and sells commercial buildings; and Trumark Urban, a vertically integrated residential developer focused on core urban neighborhoods. In 2020, Trumark Homes entered into an agreement with Japan-based Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd., who acquired a majority interest in Trumark, providing resources for accelerating the growth of the company. In 2023, co-founders Michael Maples and Gregg Nelson were inducted into the California Homebuilding Foundation’s Hall of Fame, a recognition bestowed upon homebuilding professionals who have exemplified the Foundation’s