NEW HIGH SCHOOL BY 2022

By 2022 Lathrop could have its second high school.

 

And it could end up being built without a dime of state money.

On Thursday night, representatives from the River Islands Technology Academy Board of Trustees met with representatives from the Banta Elementary School District to discuss the construction of a new high school in the master planned community that will eventually serve up to ...

River Islands will write $100 million check to build Lathrop's 2nd high school.

TEEN BASEBALL MECCA

There are already 30 weekend baseball tournaments scheduled for 2019 involving teams with players between 13 and 18 years of age at The Islander Field.

The field will be lighted as well.

The soccer fields immediately to the south have lights and grass in place. A common parking lot will be built between the two sports facilities.

Both sports facilities underscore Cambay Group’s relentless...

River Islands books 30 tournaments

1,500 LIVING UNITS FOR TRANSIT VILLAGE

A massive departure from the current development patterns in the Northern San Joaquin Valley to provide housing for the job-rich Bay Area could be triggered by Valley Link — the rail system that will initially connect Lathrop and Tracy to the BART station in Pleasanton-Dublin.

 

River Islands at Lathrop, where the Lathrop station would be placed, is seeking a general plan amendment to allow the creation of a robust transit village complete with...

PHOTO LEFT: An Example of a transit village in Plano, Texas

River Islands plan tied to Valley Link trains would be a SJ first

HOME SALES NEAR 1,100

The largest planned community in the Northern San Joaquin Valley has surpassed 1,000 sold homes.
 

River Islands at Lathrop builders have now sold 1,094 homes in the three years since the first foundation was poured for the 11,000-home planned community.

As of Monday, 847 families have moved into River Islands.

“People have said they are moving here because of the lifestyle,” said Susan Dell’Osso who serves as project manager for the Cambay Group project...

River Islands marks first three years

LATHROP BUILDING POLICE STATION

The largest planned community in the Northern San Joaquin Valley has surpassed 1,000 sold homes.
 

River Islands at Lathrop builders have now sold 1,094 homes in the three years since the first foundation was poured for the 11,000-home planned community.

As of Monday, 847 families have moved into River Islands.

“People have said they are moving here because of the lifestyle,” said Susan Dell’Osso who serves as project manager for the Cambay Group project...

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WORKING WITH WATER

River Islands at Lathrop is being developed on the southeastern most “island” of nearly 60 land tracts reclaimed from the vast San Joaquin-Sacramento Delta marshland created by nature.

The first levee was put in place by pioneers in 1850 to allow them to farm the rich soil. The last levee that helped create more than 700 miles of winding waterways — of which 18 miles surround River Islands — was finished in 1930.

Back in the 1990s before homes were built to the west of...

River Islands engineers water success story

 

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