Trumark Communities’ co-founder Gregg Nelson speaks with Builder Online about how driverless cars are impacting the homebuilding industry. Trumark’s community Fielding at Wallis Ranch is featured as an example of how builders plan for autonomous cars.
San Francisco Business Times: Exclusive: $1 billion East Bay housing project opens first homes, 800 planned
Trumark Communities’ Wallis Ranch development in Dublin opens its first phase and expects its first sales to close this week, with total home sales projected to hit $1 billion. Wallis Ranch welcomes buyers to its eight communities, including Fielding project, which features three- to five-bedroom homes.
Trumark Homes’ newest project, Upcoast, in Costa Mesa consists of 28 three-story detached homes spanning a two-acre coastal bluff and equally prioritizes aesthetics, sustainability, and charity.
Trumark Homes co-founder Gregg Nelson recently announced the company sold out a 134-unit residential development in Milpitas known as PACE. The PACE development consists of two communities: detached single-family units at Velocity and townhomes at Momentum.
As a home builder and land developer, Gregg Nelson 0f Trumark Cos. has seen firsthand how demand has shifted outward in the recovery. Coming out of the recession, the company largely focused on condominium projects and land deals in the core San Francisco and Silicon Valley markets.