• Centrally located between San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento
  • Gateway to Bay Area and emerging Central Valley markets
  • Direct access to Interstate 205/580
  • On-site skilled and educated labor force
  • Full-fiber telephony and data infrastructure via two competitive providers
  • Redundant and price-competitive power systems
  • On-site planned retail, restaurants, and full-service business services
  • On-site planned community college
  • Self-contained "Smart Growth" community
  • Attractive architecture

R & D Flex Space

A variety of quasi-industrial, office and research, and development companies will find that all of their business needs can be met at Mountain House Corporate Center. With prime locations along the Community’s front door Mountain House Parkway, this location provides high visibility and offers easy access to I-205 and I-580, as well as regional transportation. Approximately 35 acres have been zoned for quasi-office and industrial uses. Mountain House has full-service infrastructure, including state-of-the-art fiber-optic telephony (data, video, voice), redundant and cost effective power via MID, and emergency services.

Businesses located in Mountain House Corporate Center will be well-positioned to take advantage of a strategic location to tap the existing market opportunities of the Bay Area, the emerging Central Valley, synergies with the forthcoming on-site Delta Community College at Mountain House, and Mountain House’s own emerging population of 44,000 persons.

The Corporate Center is also located adjacent to Mountain House’s existing residential Villages of Wicklund, Bethany, and Altamont, including over 2,500 existing homes from executive style, move up, and first time single-family homes, to on-site high-quality condominiums. The on-site existing population is 7,000 persons and growing. These Villages provide an on-site skilled labor force and a full array of parks, schools, and on-site retail.

Access to Mountain House’s community intranet and high-speed telecommunications offers additional site advantages with fiber-optic backbone. Trimark Communities, LLC has developed the first of several speculative flex and industrial buildings, offering a variety of single-tenant and multi-tenant build and lease-to-suit opportunities.


Mountain House, California
East of Livermore, West of Tracy, San Joaquin County
Gateway to the Bay Area and Central Valley
Live/Work community
Institutional Class “A” environment
New town with planned population of 44,000

Parcel Sizes & Zoning

Phase One has approximately 30 acres of ready-to-build industrial sites
Flexibility to configure sites to accommodate a variety of requirements from 8,000 to 400,000 square feet


Telephony (voice, data, and video): AT&T
Video and Data: Charter Communications
Electric: MID (Modesto Irrigation District)
Gas: PG&E
Water/Sewer/Storm: Mountain House Community Service District


Access to Interstate 205, 580, 5, and State Highway 120 & 99
50 miles to San Francisco
40 miles to Oakland
20 miles to Pleasanton/Dublin
16 miles to Livermore
50 miles to San Jose
40 miles to Fremont
65 miles to Sacramento

Eric J. Bose
Director of Development
Trimark Communities, LLC
(o) 916.773.1101
(c) 916.390.0146

Trimark Communities has designed this first Flex-Office/Industrial project as a two building, multi-tenant facility, located at the southern end of Corporate Center One at the intersection of Mascot Blvd. and De Anza Blvd. Each building contains approximately 20,000 square feet of leasable area and includes suites with a variety of orientations to prominent arterial streets, and most suites include a roll-up cargo door off of a rear service alley.