Oakley offers big-time opportunities
Oakley has the room and willingness to grow, with over 800 acres of land zoned for commercial, retail, light industrial and tech flex. Over 150 acres of this land are available from the former DuPont property for light industrial/ business park development on a large scale. Whether a 20-acre site or a 2-acre site, Oakley has room for commercial and residential development – all within Contra Costa County and close to San Francisco and Sacramento.
Commercial Development Opportunity Sites
The City of Oakley has available land to meet every need, from light industrial business parks to a regional shopping center. The City has partnered with OppSites to showcase our available commercial opportunity sites. Click here to see an inventory of potential development sites, along with property owner and broker contact information. Please contact Dwayne Dalman, Economic Development Manager at (925) 625-7006 or email@example.com for more information.
Business Location Sites
In addition to land available for new development, Oakley also has opportunities to locate your business in an existing space. Click here to find a listing of retail, office or industrial space available in town.
New Residential Development
In addition to commercial development, construction of new residential homes is back underway with the upturn in the economy. There are over 5,000 entitled residential lots in Oakley. Over 475 new homes were built in 2016. New home development has continued on an aggressive pace in 2017. See New Residential Development – 2017
Oakley has several retail areas located throughout the community that attract local shoppers. The City has over 400,000 square feet of retail development with major retail centers including Cypress Square, Oakley Town Center and Oakley Plaza. Whether located in a shopping center, on our commercial corridors, or home-based, Oakley is home to a thriving small businesses community.
The City’s land designated for industrial development is located in the northwestern portion of the City, with close access to Highway 160 and State Route 4.