What's the Bishop Ranch Advantage? We do it all ourselves. For more than 30 years, Bishop Ranch has been privately held by Sunset Development. Our priority has always been to provide world-class service and amenities, so our properties are professionally operated and maintained by managers you'll recognize by face and name.
Bishop Ranch is easy to get to from anywhere in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our award-winning transportation program offers employers—and their employees—a variety of commute options:
With events like the Fourth of July fireworks, Christmas Tree Lighting, Food Truck Program and exclusive discounts at hundreds of businesses all over the Bay Area, our extensive list of amenities is a key part of the Bishop Ranch lifestyle.
Our world-class construction services are provided in-house by Sunset Development Company. We take a hands-on approach to ensure a seamless experience from blueprints to completed construction. We provide:
Looking to host a large event? Need space for an important meeting? The Bishop Ranch Conference Center and meeting rooms offer tenants—and surrounding businesses—professional, high-tech space for meetings, conferences and receptions.
Our onsite property managers are available 24/7—responding to your requests quickly. Whether you want to reconfigure your space or just need a light bulb replaced, the property management team has the knowledge and expertise to get the job done—fast.
Our tenants take advantage of the highest quality telecommunications services available in the San Francisco Bay Area. A dedicated SONET ring (Synchronous Optical Network) provided by AT&T encircles Bishop Ranch ensuring not only blazing speed, but also unparalleled reliability and disaster recovery.
Our utility infrastructure at Bishop Ranch is designed to meet the current and projected needs of every tenant. A 20-kilovolt PG&E power line crosses the Park, ensuring reliable service. Bishop Ranch maintains its own domestic water service in addition to the water and sewer services provided by the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District and the East Bay Municipal Water District.