What if home could be more in every way. Imagine wide open space as far as you can see. Endless amenities for neighborhood fun. And homes with room to stretch out and room for everything. That’s life at Tracy Hills, a vibrant new master-planned community in Tracy. Where seven unique villages bring one- and two-story single-family residences, you’re surrounded by countless possibilities to take home further. From the parks to the trails, the pool to the clubhouse to the 580 freeway and ACE train just minutes away, there’s no limit to the life you want to lead—because at Tracy Hills every day is simply more.
Here it’s bigger homes and bigger dreams, where seven unique villages lead the way to a life that makes room for you. From award-winning builders Lennar, Meritage Homes and Shea Homes comes an array of new one- and two-story floor plans crafted to fit your everything. It’s flexible spaces to use as you please. Multigenerational designs for every family. Open areas made for entertaining. And yards that make way for kids at play. Because here, having more home means more time to get back you and what matters most.
It’s time to glide our way into the next installment of our Talk of the Town series. Meet Deborah Skinner, dancer, choreographer, teacher and owner of the Academy of Performing Arts in downtown Tracy.
Living at Tracy Hills means discovering the best-kept secrets with our Talk of the Town series that uncovers everything from local treasures to the hottest spots around the neighborhood. Up next is Liz Garcia of My Best Friend’s Closet, a unique women’s clothing boutique.
When Maricela found herself sharing a desk with her five-year-old in their cramped rental home in Redwood City, she and her husband Jose knew it was time to make a change.
Life at Tracy Hills is full of hidden gems that make our Talk of the Town series shine. Covering everything from local treasures and the hottest spots that have residents discovering gold, up next is Nobu Endu of My Puppy Rocks and The Dog Walker.
Gaurav and Sowmya were renting a townhome in San Jose when they realized they wanted more room for their son to grow and play. They had always wanted to own a home, and with their son getting older, their home's lack of dedicated play area just wasn’t working.
Life at Tracy Hills comes with so much more than you ever imagined—including an unmatched location with local treasures at every turn. With our Talk of the Town series, we're bringing you the hot spots that have residents buzzing—and up next is Scarlata Farms Cellar.
Rowena and Sam were renting for seven years in Tracy when their landlord approached them to ask if they were interested in buying their rental home. Interest rates were hitting an all-time low. The place they were renting was good enough. All they had to say was "Yes!"
With our Talk of the Town Series, we’re bringing you the hot spots that have residents buzzing—the not-so-hidden gems around every corner. And we’re starting with Tracy’s Nursery and Gardens.
Now this is a place where fun naturally comes into play. Starting with the Resident’s Club, your go-to spot for all things recreation and everything community. There’s an Olympic-size pool to keep things cool. Games, lounge spaces and a multipurpose room for more good times and events than you can imagine. And beyond the club, you’ll find three parks, including a dog park, and walking and hiking trails for miles of outdoor fun. What’s more, there’s always The Market for that perfect pick-me-up. And it’s all in a place that puts life in play like nowhere else around.