by Cody Connolly
on Thursday, January 24th, 2019 at 4:00pm.
The Tri-Valley Region is made up of the Amador, Livermore, and San Ramon valleys.Which includes the following cities: Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin, San Ramon, and Danville. It has long been Silicon Valley's sleepier and more suburban cousin, but the Tri-Valley has steadily been growing economically and luxuriously, all while keeping its small suburban feel.
According to a 2018 report by the Bay Area Economic Council: in the last 4 years alone, the Tri-Valley region has seen a 12% job growth and an 8% population jump.The area is now home to over 450 tech companies, fueled by around $4 billion in investments over the past 10 years.
Relative to other parts in the Bay Area, there are still good Real Estate deals in the Tri-Valley.The median home price in the Tri-Valley is $900,000 compared to $1.1 million in Silicon Valley and $1.2 million in San Francisco.
The Tri-Valley is filled with things to do.With over 60 wineries, countless trails for hikes, the first ice cream trail, one-of-a-kind boutique shops, and too many incredible restaurants to count, the Tri-Valley has everything you would want.The Tri-Valley has Californias largest premium outlet shopping center, the Stoneridge Mall, and the newly developed City Center Bishop Ranch Mall in San Ramon.
Livermore is one of the Tri-Valley’s fastest growing cities with a population of over 90,000 residents.Livermore is almost 27 square miles and has new home developments opening weekly, still with undeveloped land. With a completely rejuvenated downtown filled with restaurants, bars, and a luxury movie theater.There is a large recently developed shopping center including the San Francisco Premium Outlets.
Danville is a smaller town with a population of approximately 45,000. It is known for its small-town atmosphere with a charming downtown nestled against the towering Mount Diablo. Downtown has many yearly festivals and special events including a "Music in the Park" summer concerts, live theater productions, and an art gallery. The town is generally filled with upscale homes with an average price per square foot of $529.
San Ramon's population was estimated at over 75,000 residents. San Ramon offers a wide range of homes to fit every budget and style. The median Price per square foot is $495. The City Center Bishop Ranch is a newly developed mall and shopping center in the heart of San Ramon. This city appeals to buyers searching for a growing city with top rated schools, safe neighborhood, and a gorgeous valley setting.
Pleasanton is a vibrant community with a population of over 70,000 residents. Pleasanton has a wide range of homes: from townhomes, condos, small neighborhoods filled with ranch style homes, to luxurious gated communities. Pleasanton has a charming downtown filled with charm and character, whether it be the restaurants, the weekly farmers market, the monthly street parties, or the Friday night Concert in the Park downtown always has something going on. It boasters some of the best schools in the Bay Area.
Dublin is a suburban city of Alameda County. Located along the north side of Interstate 580 at the intersection with Interstate 680. Dublin is the second fastest-growing city in the state of California, behind only Santa Clarita. The population was 46,063 (2010 census), and the 2017 estimate at 60,939. Dublin offers many different neighborhoods and home types, with prices ranging from $400,000 to well over $1 million. Dublin has seen strong market conditions and excellent price appreciation in recent years.
The Tri-Valley is a great place to live, whether it be its transportation, quality public education, growing economy, or small suburban feel. If you have any more questions feel free to reach our team at (925) 750-4663 or leave a comment below!