San Lorenzo or San Lorenzo Village is not a city but a census-designated place (CDP) located between the incorporated cities of San Leandro to the north and Hayward to the south.
San Lorenzo Village was one of the nation’s first planned communities, with over 3,000 houses as well as schools, churches, parks, retail & civic buildings. While the Planned community does not have architectural significance, San Lorenzo Village as a district is significant in the context of the area’s mid-20th-century suburban growth.
In 1944, under contract to the U.S. Navy, David D. Bohannon’s Greenwood Company began construction of a tract of two and three bedroom homes for workers in the East Bay’s war industries. Bohannon’s pioneering pre-cutting building techniques were used in later housing developments in California & US.
Two Bart stations located near San Lorenzo Bayfair & Hayward stations
Hayward is the closes Amtrack station
AC transit to Transbay service to SF on S & SA lines
Check out San Lorenzo school ratings and reviews GreatSchools.org
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