Pacific Union Land Company has delivered complex projects with a wide variety of density and land use designations. We take pride in our keen ability to identify and manage teams of engineering and design professionals to create superior communities.
As a land developer, PULC has entitled, developed and sold master planned communities throughout California, totaling nearly 3,500 lots between 1999 and 2006. An additional 1,000 lots have been entitled and sold to merchant homebuilders, bringing total lot deliveries to over 4,500. In the course of completing these projects, PULC has, among other things, led a consortium of developers to build a new wastewater treatment plant, excavated under major freeways and thoroughfares, established a refuge and endowment for protected species, successfully sponsored and led political initiatives, and commissioned major water, sewer and environmental studies in order to secure entitlements.
475 Acre Master Planned Community | 993 Lots
2000 – 2008
Mossdale Landing is a 475 acre site located on a portion of the area known as the Mossdale Village component of the West Lathrop Specific Plan between the west side of I-5 and the San Joaquin River within the City of Lathrop. The project was acquired, designed and entitled by Pacific Union. As master developer, Pacific Union sold 14 neighborhoods consisting of 1,172 lots to merchant homebuilders and developed the main project infrastructure including major roadways, 6.5 acres of commercial, two K-8 school sites, a fire station, and 6 parks one of which is over 20 acres in size.
282 Acre Master Planned Community | 950 Lots
2002 - 2006
Bridle Ridge is a 282-acre, master planned community located in the southwest corner of the City of Oakdale. This project consists of over 950 single-family residential lots, an 8.5-acre high-density residential site, a 10-acre elementary school site and 4 parks totaling 28 acres. The project was developed in multiple phases. The first phase, consisting of 490 homes on 125 acres, began construction in June of 2003. The second phase, consisting of 181 homes on 120 acres began construction in June 2004 and was completed in 2006.
293 Acre Master Planned Community | 1,257 Lots
1998 - 2005
Edgewood is a 293-acre, master planned community in Tracy. This project consists of 1,257 single-family lots, a 7-acre apartment site, an 11-acre commercial site, a 15-acre elementary school site and three parks totaling 11-acres. After purchasing the un-entitled land, Pacific Union completed the projects tentative and final maps, installed infrastructure improvements and sold super-pad neighborhoods to builders.