It’s easier than ever to own a brand-new townhome at The Sugarmill in charming Union City. These three- and four-bedroom homes are now pre-selling with prices from the high-$700,000s. The Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate cut gives prospective buyers more purchasing power and the ability to lock in rates and low monthly payments for the next 30 years. 

Developed by City Ventures, the homes are equipped with solar panels, energy-efficient appliances, adaptable Nest® thermostats, pre-wiring for electric vehicle chargers, and dual-glazed windows with ultra-violet coating — all at no extra cost.

Floorplans encompass three stories, with two-car garages, open-concept island kitchens, master suites and private outdoor space. Select residences offer flex space that could be used as a mudroom, home office or yoga studio. The interiors are well-appointed, characterized by nine-foot ceilings, tile flooring in entryways, kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms, granite kitchen countertops, GE™ stainless steel appliances, and master showers with glass enclosures.

Located 19 miles south of Oakland, 30 miles southeast of San Francisco, and 25 miles north of Silicon Valley, Union City is ideally situated for commuters. Hop on the nearby freeway or ride BART® to connect with 48 stations throughout the Bay Area. 

Union City’s Station District is currently undergoing a $100 million expansion project that will link the existing BART station with passenger rail services, deliver 1.2 million square feet of office space, and 1,700 new housing units.

Even closer to home, residents of The Sugarmill can shop, dine or catch a movie at Union Landing Shopping Center, an open-air mall featuring more than 70 retailers. There’s also a Saturday farmers’ market held year-round at Old Alvarado Park.

Request a site tour today and visit The Sugarmill’s sales office at 30710 Union City Boulevard in Union City. Don’t forget to register online to receive priority updates for community sales releases and other news.

For more information, please visit, call 510 506 4976 or email

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