Dublin is home to many businesses, including entrepreneurs, small and medium-sized businesses, large corporate tenants, Fortune 500 companies, plus everything in between. Located at the crossroads of Interstates 580 and 680 and boasting two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations, Dublin is easily accessible to the entire Bay Area. With Dublin’s proximity to Silicon Valley and skilled workforce, a technology cluster has organically emerged with companies such as Carl Zeiss Meditec, Epicor, Saba, TriNet and Vagaro located in Dublin. Dublin is also a retail and dining destination, with a variety of retail shops complemented by a mix of national and unique ethnic restaurants that reflect the diversity of the community.
- More than 2.6 million square feet of office space
- More than 4.1 million square feet of retail
- More than 1.6 million square feet of industrial space
- Great parks, schools, shopping and dining
- Highly skilled workforce
- Two BART Stations, transit and freeway access
- Variety of housing choices
- Very educated, affluent residents
- High quality of life
The priority area’s for Dublin’s Economic Development Strategy are:
- Enhancing the quality of place for businesses and residents
- Small business support and growth
- Transit-oriented development around the Eastern Dublin Transit Center
- Development in downtown Dublin
Dublin’s leadership believes its casually sophisticated style is a big part of why Dublin is so popular. In Dublin, you can have your life and live it, too. You don’t have to take a trip around the world or live in the big city to find success or happiness – it’s all right here in our own new American backyard.
Dublin Quick Facts
14.59 sq mi
Median Household Income (2017)
Median Property Value (2019)
General Plan Land Use
Development Opportunity Sites
Priority Development Areas
The City of Dublin has made economic development a top priority. To that end, the City has developed a number of business incentive programs to assist in the attraction of new businesses and expansion of existing businesses. Dublin also offers a downloadable “How to Start a Business Guide“.
Visit Dublin’s Opportunity Sites page for more details about sites prime for development.
Visit Dublin’s Development Activity page for information about residential and commercial development projects (both proposed and planned).
The City of Dublin offers companies of all sizes the opportunity to find their new home in the center of the Tri-Valley. To reach the City of Dublin Economic Development Division, please call (925) 833-6650 or send an email.
City of Dublin
Economic Development Division
100 Civic Plaza
Dublin, CA 94568
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