In April 2011, the U.S. Army Reserve and developer SunCal signed a property exchange agreement that will see SunCal build military facilities at Camp Parks in exchange for 171.6 acres of land that will one day be part of a new 189-acre master-planned community within the City of Dublin. This new neighborhood will be based on the concept of transit-oriented development (TOD) and will bring new homes, jobs, shopping, restaurants, parks, trails and other features that will benefit all Dublin residents.
Planned as a community centerpiece, Dublin Crossing will be a transit-oriented development (TOD) within walking distance of a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station....Learn More »
Camp Parks, officially designated Parks Reserve Forces Training Area in 1980, is named after Rear Admiral Charles W. Parks, CEC, USN. It was first built as a Navy base during World War II and was commissioned on Jan. 19, 1943...Learn More »
The neighborhood will bring new jobs, shops, restaurants and homes, plus parks and trails that all Dublin residents will be able to utilize and enjoy....Learn More »