Welcome to a California city desired for its hometown ambiance and coveted location in the heart of Silicon Valley’s high-tech and bio-tech industries.

KB Home in Newark

Our new construction homes for sale in Newark, California are innovatively designed for the way you want to live. Spacious two-story floor plans have expansive family and dining rooms, large walk-in closets in the master bedrooms, upstairs laundry rooms, and lofts that can be transformed into a home office or work-out studio. You also have the flexibility to personalize your new home at a price that fits your budget. Every new home we build is designed to be ENERGY STAR® certified, delivering energy savings that help lower the cost of ownership and is better for the planet.

The community’s desirable Newark location is close to retail and dining at NewPark Mall, prominent schools and popular recreation destinations. The city’s top employers include Logitech®, Amazon and WorldPac. Your new home is conveniently near highways I-880 and I-680, and residents who commute benefit from easy accessibility to the Fremont BART station and ACE® train.

Coyote Hills Regional Park near Newark, CA
Coyote Hills Regional Park near Newark, CA

New Homes for Sale in Newark, CA

Welcome to Newark

Newark is located in Alameda County, California, 35 miles south of San Francisco, and easily accessible to highways 880, 580 and 680. The Dumbarton Corridor is a popular travel route to Menlo Park, headquarters for Facebook and other major tech companies. Homeowners have abundant opportunities for family fun and outdoor recreation within the city of Newark, which has an impressive array of parks and sports facilities. Amenities for fitness and leisure include swimming pools, playgrounds, basketball courts, softball and soccer fields, lighted tennis courts, and picnic areas. The community also hosts a calendar of year-round events for residents, including outdoor movie nights. Additional Newark highlights include:

  • The Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge. A scenic 30,000-acre oasis for millions of migratory birds and endangered species, the nation's first urban national wildlife refuge was created to protect San Francisco Bay’s ecosystem. Visitors can hike, bike ride, boat, fish and sightsee in designated locations within the refuge.
  • George M. Silliman Community Activity and Family Aquatic Center. This sprawling 32,300 square-foot indoor swim facility is one of Newark’s most popular recreation centers. Facilities include an activity pool, lazy river pool with water slides, lap pool and warm-water spa.

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