SAN RAMON, CA (September 24, 2012) Bishop Ranch, the largest mixed-use business community in the East Bay, announced today new leases signed by Kraft Foods and Samsung Electronics totaling approximately 32,000 square feet.
Kraft Foods, represented by Charlie Allen of Cushman Wakefield, relocated two regional sales offices to Bishop Ranch 8, 3000 Executive Parkway, and Bishop Ranch 15, 12667 Alcosta Boulevard. Kraft’s two leases total approximately 24,000 square feet. Other food service companies that have moved to Bishop Ranch include Del Monte Foods, Nestle, Dryers, Heinz and Coca-Cola.
Additionally, Samsung and Sunset Development, which owns and manages Bishop Ranch, reached a lease agreement for 8,000 square feet in Bishop Ranch 3. Other companies located there include AIG, GE, NY Life and Robert Half International.
“It’s very clear that in addition to a long and diverse roster of tenants, Bishop Ranch has a concentrated base of F500 and G2000 companies,” said Ed Hagopian, executive vice president with Sunset Development. “Top companies such as Kraft and Samsung are choosing to be part of the Bishop Ranch community. They enjoy our environment and employees benefit from excellent transportation, access to housing, great schools, our hands on service and an array of amenities — all in a beautiful setting.”
About Bishop Ranch Business Community
Established in 1978 by Sunset Development, Bishop Ranch is a 585-acre mixed use business community comprised of nine million square feet of office space in thirty buildings. More than 550 of the world’s leading companies, innovative startups, and medical and dental practitioners make their home in the thriving professional business community of Bishop Ranch. The recipient of many awards including The Urban Land Institute’s Award for Excellence, Bishop Ranch is home to many Global 2000 companies, including Chevron, General Electric, Toyota and Wells Fargo. http://www.bishopranch.com