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Bishop Ranch, the largest mixed-use business community in Northern California, today announced it has achieved LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) certification for 37 office buildings. With 6 million sq. feet certified, it’s considered one of the most ambitious LEED projects and the largest office park certification completed, to date. Bishop Ranch accounted for more than 10% of the total new square footage that was LEED certified in California during 2012.
Existing tenants continue growing in Bishop Ranch in San Ramon as new tenants move into the 10-million-square-foot-plus business park.
The City of San Ramon, CA is not done growing its job base, not by a long shot. Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) will be expanding its footprint at Bishop Ranch Business Park in San Ramon with an additional 145,000 square feet of office space to house 700 staff members. In March, PG&E announced a deal to lease an entire office building with 250,000 square feet space at 6111 Bollinger Canyon Road from Sunset Development.
PG&E strikes deal for big expansion at Bishop Ranch that will bring 700 jobs to San Ramon
Kraft Foods and Samsung take space in Bishop Ranch
Blink Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Provide Tenant Convenience and Demonstrate Continued Environmental Stewardship
Three tenants signed new leases recently in Sunset Development’s Bishop Ranch business park in San Ramon.Global foodmaker Nestlé agreed to take 11,500 square feet at 4000 Executive Parkway to consolidate three divisions, including Nestlé Foods and Purina. The tenant was represented by Jeff Birnbaum of CBRE.
GE taps Silicon Valley talent for San Ramon site
What we’ve all been waiting for has happened and the economic recovery is in full swing in the Bay Area. The Tri-Valley has seen major tenants such as GE, PG&E, Bank of the West, Five9 and Clorox increase their presence in our market and rent growth has followed. Rental rates will continue to increase over the next few years as more technology, professional services and engineering firms grow and hire.