A Premier
Location

Bay Area Living at its Finest


San Ramon is perfectly situated near bustling San Francisco, but peacefully removed from the stresses of urban living, and on the fast track to becoming one of the most sought-after communities in the Bay Area.

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District—one of California’s best—ranks in the top 5% in statewide performance. And the San Ramon Valley is #1 in the Bay Area for the ratio of home price to school quality.

Then there are the 65 regional parks in the surrounding area offering scenic hiking, biking, and equestrian trails, including the popular Iron Horse Regional Trail. With so many prime recreation possibilities, residents can find plenty of ways to experience an active, healthy, and fulfilling lifestyle.

San Ramon is ranked as one of the best places in California to raise a family, thanks to a top-rated school district, a stellar safety score and family-friendly amenities.

The opening of City Center signals a new era in San Ramon dining, with offerings like The Slanted Door, Ramen Hiroshi, Roam Artisan Burgers and Fieldwork Brewing.

Over 300,000 square feet of premium retail, including Williams-Sonoma, West Elm and Pottery Barn, await at City Center.

Best Value for Quality: Ranked as One of the Best Suburbs to Raise a Family


City Population Median Home Value
01. Los Altos Hills 8,376 $5,135,900 
02. Hillsborough 11,312 $4,762,200
03. Loyola 3,428 $2,000,001
04. Ross 2,381 $2,903,700 
05. West Menlo Park 3,830 $2,287,700 
06. Orinda 18,936 $1,598,700 
07. San Ramon 74,366 $1,008,400 
08. Piedmont 11,201 $2,421,500
09. Monte Sereno 3,514 $3,332,600 
10. Los Altos 30,238 $3,338,600
11. Moraga 16,977 $1,303,100
12. Palo Alto 66,649 $3,084,500 
13. Albany 19,420 $1,050,500
14. Lafayette 25,381 $1,476,600
15. Belvedere 2,017 $3,834,800

Niche Criteria: Public schools, crime rates, cost of living, and family-friendly amenities. Ranking based on data from the U.S. Census, FBI, BLS, CDC, and other data sources 

Local workforce


Bishop Ranch is ideally located to draw from one of the best-educated and most professionally oriented labor pools in the entire Bay Area. A stunning 81% of residents have a college education, own their own home, and are actively engaged in business, management, and financial operations—a recruiter’s dream for experienced management-level positions and other key workforce needs.

  • 332K

    Employed workers
    in the local area

    The region boasts a higher number of employed workers than anywhere else in the Bay Area, including San Francisco and Silicon Valley.

  • 81%

    Employed local population who own homes

    High homeownership rates in Tri-Valley area translate to a motivated and more stable workforce.

  • 24%

    Local workforce who have a STEM degree

    This means a larger pool of skilled workers available in the area for the growing number of jobs and businesses in science and tech-related fields.

San Ramon has the Region’s Second-Highest Share of New Housing Stock

4,000 new units in the near term pipeline

Access


All Roads Lead to Bishop Ranch

Bishop Ranch boasts one of the nation’s top private transportation programs, allowing employees to get to and from the campus with ease. Our award-winning program provides shuttles from BART stations, luxury coaches from San Francisco, carpool and vanpool coordination, and personalized commute programs—in short, a highly impressive array of options for a less stressful commute.

More Transportation Options

The Bishop Ranch 92X Express provides a seamless car-free option for those who take the ACE train.

Take one of BART’s five lines to the Walnut Creek or Dublin stations and board a free Bishop Ranch local or express shuttle to the campus.

Circulator and autonomous vehicles will soon provide campus-wide shuttles for workers.

Getting There


Ideally situated on the I-680 Corridor, Bishop Ranch is minutes away from the flourishing communities of the San Ramon Valley. It’s also less than an hour from Oakland and San Francisco, and convenient to three international airports: Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose. Few sites offer such a high degree of accessibility to the unmatched business, cultural and recreational opportunities found in the Bay Area.

580/680 Highway

San Francisco
San Jose
Walnut Creek

43 minutes
47 minutes
20 minutes

Shuttle Service with Bart Dublin Line

Downtown Oakland
Embarcadero
San Francisco Intl. Airport

50 minutes
60 minutes
45 minutes

Airports

Oakland Intl. Airport
Mineta San Jose Intl. Airport
San Francisco Intl. Airport

30 minutes
48 minutes
57 minutes

A Dynamic
Economic Region


The engine powering the Bay Area economy is running at full speed, securing the regional position as a worldwide hub for innovation. And with a large and growing labor force of highly skilled and educated workers, the area is poised to draw more businesses in the tech, finance, health care and related fields.

Bishop Ranch sits right at the center of it all, offering unique, advanced, flexible and sustainable workplaces that embrace the way people want to work and set a new standard for the future.

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