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A calculated gamble pays off for Triad and the City of Vallejo...

In the mid 1980's a major US company set out to create Hiddenbrooke. Early in the project, the firm sold the incomplete golf course and half of the land entitled for residential development to one of the largest homebuilders in Japan. It wasn't long, though, before the development was in financial trouble and yet another company found itself with just half a master-planned community and no way to move forward. The company turned to Triad, with whom they had a longtime business relationship.

By the time Triad came on board in 1998, Hiddenbrooke had languished in litigation and stalled for nearly a decade. Bonds were in default and the entitlements were at risk due to the former owners' failure to complete the developer obligations to the city. With no more time to waste, Triad purchased both of the interests of the disputing partners and quickly implemented its proven hands-on approach to development and ultimately resolved all of the outstanding issues and completed the improvements.

Many developers will set projects on cruise-control, but Triad always works closely with city councils, homebuilders, subcontractors, and others to make sure work is done right and no corners are cut. Triad also conducted exhaustive market segmentation surveys and set strict builder guidelines to make sure all of Hiddenbrooke's many pieces complemented each other and kept the whole project moving forward at very high standards of quality.

As a result, Triad and its team of builders have been able to deliver in excess of 200 homes per year. When the first builder announced when houses would go on sale, homebuyers camped out in front of the offices for five days. The builder's first phase of construction sold out within hours.

Today, Triad continues to field calls from homebuilders and cities wanting to know how they can replicate the success achieved at Hiddenbrooke. The community features an Arnold Palmer-designed golf course that was for three years the home of an LPGA tour stop and held the Samsung Tournament of Champions. The residents of Hiddenbrooke also enjoy a 26,000 square foot clubhouse with swim, tennis and fitness facilities in addition to 700 acres of open space with hiking trails and parks and an elementary school scheduled to open in 2007.

• 1,200 homes
• Arnold Palmer designed golf course
• 700 acres of open space and hiking trails
• K-5 Elementary School
• 15,000 sf neighborhood serving retail
• Fastest appreciating land prices in Bay Area since 1999

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