Sitting at the center of the serene 585-acre Bishop Ranch campus, surrounded by the rolling hills of the San Ramon Valley, 2600 is a next-generation workplace that embraces the way people work today.
This is a whole new standard for working lifestyles—a place that promotes inspiration and creativity in perfect harmony with its lush, natural setting. A place where focused productivity blends seamlessly with light-filled, tree-lined spaces, and where the dynamic, energetic flow of ideas is reflected in the sparkling clarity of fountains and a lake.
Bishop Ranch sits at the very heart of San Ramon, a lively community tucked away among the rolling, oak-tree-covered hills of the East Bay. Drawing the best and brightest in 21st-century industries, such as tech and health care, the region has already become a driving force in the economic engine of the Bay Area.
As the current roster of Bishop Ranch tenants—which includes GE Digital, AT&T, Chevron, SAP, Accela, and Five9—continues to expand, the San Ramon area now has the second-largest concentration of computer-engineering employees in the Bay Area, behind only Silicon Valley.
Add premier area schools, tranquil landscapes, plenty of recreation options, and affordable homes, and San Ramon shines as a true gem—a community that combines the best of urban life within a setting that showcases the tranquil beauty of Mother Nature.
No payroll tax in San Ramon combined with free parking and affordable rental rates at Bishop Ranch make for an unparalleled value in the Bay Area.
Reimagined urban amenities with 300,000 square feet of shopping, dining, and entertainment, designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano. Opening in early 2018.
Affordable homes, top schools, and great recreation opportunities like the beautiful Iron Horse Regional Trail—all within easy distance of San Francisco.
Family-owned for 35 years, Bishop Ranch is founded on a deep commitment to the highest quality and passionate attention to every detail.
Leading the way in sustainability, Bishop Ranch is home to the largest LEED-certified building in the entire state of California.