Our Communities & Projects
Providence has been building homes in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1984. We dedicate ourselves to building high quality homes for every home owner. The following is a summary of just some of our new homes communities and projects that we have successfully completed.
Stonecrest Estates, Concord. 5 single family homes that featured the highest construction standards, designer kitchens and baths, and numerous upgrades throughout.
Olive Branch Estates, Concord, 4 single family homes on large lots with soaring ceilings, sumptuous master bedroom suites with two-way fireplace and large walk-in closets.
Heartland III, Castro Valley, 6 single family homes.
Ridgewood Estates, Concord, 8 single family homes.
Providence Place, Pleasant Hill, 4 single family homes.
Eagle’s View, Walnut Creek, 7 semi-custom luxury homes located in a coveted hillside cul-de-sac location near downtown Walnut Creek.
Lasata, Danville, 30 single family homes. Lasata, which means “place of peace,” is a very special community in Danville. Our 30 custom quality homes were built within a bucolic environment, with a natural creek, bridge, and walking trails, and are very close to all the town’s amenities. Houses ranged from 2000 s.f. to 6500 s.f. This project was featured on the front page of Builder magazine.
Woodwind Estates, Walnut Creek, 9 custom single family homes.
Habitat for Humanity, Pittsburg, single family residence. Inspired to help provide decent housing for the very low income, Providence helped raised in-kind donations and provided construction management pro bono for Habitat for Humanity’s first project in Contra Costa County.
Battered Women’s Shelter is an 18,000 s.f., 24-unit emergency care beds facility, with commercial grade kitchen, 6 apartments, childcare and school center, and counseling offices. It also includes a children’s play area, landscaping and a security gate. We were honored to serve as the contractor pro bono, raising $600,000 in-kind and cash donations. Being able to contribute to the safety and relief of those who were abused gave us the motivation to volunteer for this worthy project. The location of this shelter is confidential.
The Heartland, Concord, 32 single family homes. Originally slated to be townhouses under a different owner, the project originally encountered strong objections from the neighbors. Due to our sensitivity to the neighbors’ concerns, we designed and built single family homes instead that alleviated their concerns. In addition, it was a challenge to save oak trees located on the property. Not only did we save a tree by designing around it, we were able to design an innovative tree well with a sitting bench to properly maintain the tree. This was a highly successful community for our homeowners and our neighbors alike.
Grand Oak Estates, Walnut Creek, 7 semi-custom homes. This is a very special 7-homes community where Providence relocated and remodeled the second oldest home in Contra Costa County on the property. Although it was not required of us, we opted to preserve the historic architecture and style of the 130-plus-year old home. Providence was acknowledged by the City of Walnut Creek, the neighbors and the media for our efforts.
Chelsea Gardens, Concord, 7 single family homes and 2 duplexes.