Dublin Crossing - A Pedestrian-Friendly Development

Neighborhood Park Concept

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.

We invite you to join with us and learn about the exciting plans that are being developed for the future of Dublin.

Transit-oriented

Transit-Oriented

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.

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Camp Parks History

Camp Parks History

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

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Pedestrian-friendly

Pedestrian-friendly

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.

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