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Nov 27

Trumark Home’s SP78 to The Registry SF: Deliver Rare Townhome Inventory to Downtown San Jose


Trumark Homes — a subsidiary of California-based Trumark Companies — however, is seeking to introduce a condominium product into the crowded San José market to appeal to the urban tenant who wants to buy property. Trumark picked up the already-entitled property, located near 255 N. Market St., in 2017, seeing a unique opportunity to bring…

Nov 07

San Francisco Business Times: With new director, condo developer Trumark Urban hunts for smaller projects due to rising construction costs


Upscale condo developer Trumark Urban is moving to build smaller projects because the cost of constructing high-rises has skyrocketed, mainly due to an industry-wide shortage of skilled construction workers, new managing director Kim Diamond told the San Francisco Business Times.

Nov 06

The Registry SF: Trumark Urban Appoints Kim Diamond As Managing Director To Lead Development Of Upcoming Portfolio Of Homes Across California


SAN FRANCISCO – Trumark Urban, a real estate development company with an exemplary track record of creating mixed-use, residentially-centric development projects, today announced that it has elevated company executive Kim Diamond to serve as Managing Director of the company.

Sep 19

New Home Source: What’s Hot in 55+ Housing: Wellness, Rentals and Showers, Oh My!


San Ramon, Calif.-based Trumark Communities recently announced the launch of TruLiving, a new-home community model that will integrate fitness, entertainment, connectivity and wellbeing by offering activities ranging from community volunteer opportunities and cultural trips to cooking and music classes, fitness and outdoor amenities and technology that allows residents to view social-event calendars, schedule an exercise…

Aug 17

Builder: Trumark Homes Puts Bay Area Models on the Market


Trumark Homes said Friday it was releasing for sale its Saltcreek and Seagrass model homes at its Glass Bay community in Newark, California., which is 90% sold out.