Development Services

There‚Äôs room to grow in Richmond. Richmond's Development Services Division is a resource for brokers and developers. We will work one-on-one with you and your clients to provide business assistance,  
acres of space to locate and expand, and access to unparalleled transportation connections and a growing economy.

We are ambitious and want to work with you and your clients to find the right opportunity with us here in Richmond.
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Richmond Ferry Terminal

richmond ferry
The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) is establishing a new ferry route between the existing San Francisco Ferry Terminal and a new ferry terminal in the City of Richmond. Passengers would embark/disembark at the San Francisco terminal and at a proposed terminal on the Ford Peninsula on the City of Richmond's southern waterfront.

The proposed terminal site is approximately 1.5 miles south of the Richmond downtown core, and will create a new route to San Francisco within 30 minutes. Construction is will commence in 2017, with ferry service to San Francisco beginning in 2018. For more information, please visit WETA's Richmond Ferry Terminal Project webpage.
Project contact:
Shasa Curl
Administrative Chief
(510) 412-2091

Opportunity Sites

The City of Richmond owns a number of Opportunity Sites, and represent a small portion of the acres of developable space within the city. Please visit the City's Opportunity Sites webpage to view current and upcoming RFP/Q's for City sites. 

Current Development Projects

The City of Richmond is experiencing significant growth, with hundreds of housings units currently in the pipeline. Please view our Development Projects Overview to see the variety of projects currently in development.

Shea Homes Waterline: 60 units

Shea Homes Bottoms Project

Terminal 1 Residential Community: 334 units

Terminal One

Business and Economic Development

Interested in incentives and opportunities to bring your business to Richmond? The City of Richmond offers resources and staff to help new and growing businesses of all sizes. Please visit our Business and Economic Development webpage to find out more information.

Businesses Choosing Richmond

Businesses continue to recognize Richmond as the best choice to locate and expand. Below is a small sample of nationally recognized businesses that call Richmond home.

Blue Apron
Hello Fresh
Mountain Hardware
Restoration Hardware
Sun Power
Whole Foods
William Sonoma