FACTS

Alley Loaded Single Family Homes
55’ x 100’ Lots

167 Homes

2,607 - 3,096 SF

SERVICES

Design Development

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Color & Material Design

AWARDS
THE STORY

The city of Tracy, California emerged when the Western Pacific Railroad was completed in the mid-1800s.  Located along the line connecting Sacramento, Stockton and San Francisco, Tracy has become a desired suburb to those cities.  More recently, the city has experienced growth due largely to the influx of Hi-Tech jobs in the Silicon Valley which have elevated housing prices in and around the Bay Area and have caused new home buyers to look east for more affordable suburban housing solutions.

 

 

Three neighborhoods offer buyers a variety of product types and sizes.  Landmark features alley-loaded homes with garage-less front façades.  Legacy and Legend are offered in two different lot widths and one- or two-story plans.  The 11 unique floor plans range from 2,600 SF to 3,800 SF and are available in Farmhouse, European Cottage, Craftsman and Spanish Colonial architectural styles.

2016 SoCal Award:
Best Architectural Series of Detached Homes

CLIENT

CalAtlantic - Bay Area