Extended Stay San Ramon
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San Ramon, California

SuiteNet provides, through its members, extended stay and temporary corporate housing in furnished short-term apartments and corporate suites in San Ramon, California. The following is a list of extended stay and temporary corporate housing providers in San Ramon:

San Ramon Promontory Corporate Apartments

San Ramon Promontory Corporate Apartments

San Ramon Temporary Housing - San Ramon Extended Stay, San Ramon Corporate Housing

Significantly more than just a new development, this community is a village of apartment homes prominently situated in the San Ramon foothills. Offering stunning views of rolling... more information

San Ramon Pinnacle Corporate Apartments

San Ramon Pinnacle Corporate Apartments

San Ramon Temporary Housing - San Ramon Extended Stay, San Ramon Corporate Housing

This is a beautiful community located on a quiet hillside. Our Apartment Homes are surrounded by breathtaking views of the San Ramon Valley, Mount Diablo and surrounding... more information

San Ramon Canyon Corporate Apartments

San Ramon Canyon Corporate Apartments

San Ramon Temporary Housing - San Ramon Extended Stay, San Ramon Corporate Housing

Beautiful, newly renovated homes await you in San Ramon! Cook in style in your upscale kitchen with new cabinets, countertops and appliances. Live actively by taking a dip in the... more information

San Ramon, California City Info

Today San Ramon is a dynamic young city, one of California's outstanding urban villages.  It has a variety of homes, parks and stores and a major employment center --- all in a setting of remarkable beauty.

It was once home to the Seunen Indians, Ohlone/Costanoans who lived adjacent to the valley creeks. After 1797 it was Mission San Jose grazing land; later it included Jose Maria Amador's 16,000 plus acre Rancho San Ramon.

San Ramon Creek was named after an Indian vaquero, Ramon, who tended mission sheep here.  In an 1855 land title case, Don Amador explained that "San" was added to the creek's name to conform with Spanish custom.

American settlers first came to San Ramon in 1850 when Leo and Mary Jane Norris purchased 4,450 acres of land from Amador.  Other early landowners were William Lynch, James Dougherty, and  Major Samuel Russell.  In 1852 Joel and Minerva Harlan bought land from Norris and built a house on what became the Alameda-Contra Costa County line in 1853.

As with the entire Tri-Valley, agriculture was the basis for San Ramon economy until suburban development began.  In 1966 the new Interstate 680 freeway was completed through San Ramon to Dublin.   For years a sign "San Ramon Population 100" accurately reflected the number of people in the area, with the whole San Ramon Valley having just over 2000 people for many decades.

The designation "San Ramon Village" first appeared in the 1970 census with a count of 4,084 people, part of a San Ramon Valley population of 25,899.  Developers Ken Volk and Bob McClain built the first San Ramon suburban homes close to the county line.  A special district, the Valley Community Services district (VCSD) provided the water, parks, sewer, fire protection and garbage collection for the new homes.

In 1970 Western Electric purchased 1,733 acres of the Bishop Ranch and proposed a "new town" complete with a variety of housing, green belts, stores and light industry, placed in the center of San Ramon.  Eventually part of the land became new homes and, in 1978, 585 acres became today's Bishop Ranch Business Park, a premier modern office development.

Before San Ramon incorporated, homeowners groups such as the South San Ramon Homeowners and the Homeowners Association of Twin Creeks represented residents' interests before the county.  They joined service clubs and others in providing a local voice as developments replaced orchards.

In 1983 San Ramon voters decided overwhelmingly to incorporate as a separate city and took control over development, police, parks and other services.  A new library, community center, parks and hospital testify to the energy which the new city displayed.  No longer a quiet outskirt of the Bay Area, San Ramon looks to the future and values its past.

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