Design, Innovation and Environmental Sustainability

 

We construct distinctive, high-performance Bay Area homes with luxury aesthetics and cutting-edge functionality. In the pantheon of residential developers, what sets Troon Pacific apart is our belief that homes should holistically enhance the well-being and ease of living of their residents.

 

A Complete Vision

 

Troon Pacific systematically works to create spaces that benefit people and the planet. We build structures to harmonize with their surroundings. We source renewable materials ethically and locally. We integrate life-improving technologies like water and air filtration. And we bring our projects to completion with impeccable, high-end finishes built to the highest quality. Each Troon Pacific home is a testament to what a living environment can be – and do.

A Proven Track Record

 

Charlot and Gregory Malin founded Troon Pacific as a family business, over eighteen years ago. At its core, the company continues to function in this manner, dedicated to responsibility, high design, and performance.

 

Changing Expectations and Setting New Standards

 

Troon Pacific homes continue to push expectations for what a living environment can be. Explore more perspectives on how Residence 2582 elevates living to a state of urbane wellness.

MORE ABOUT TROON PACIFIC

Troon Pacific, Inc. is proud to be a certified B Corps, a for profit company that has met rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Learn More

We’ve rigorously adopted green building practices, including a focus on conservation of materials, energy and water efficiency, durability strategies, and air quality. We’ve built some of the highest rated homes in programs such as LEED® for Homes Platinum certification. Learn More

The Building Health Initiative has set out to: Harness the strength of world-class companies and organizations to move markets, engage partners and industry with new constituents in green building, articulate the “business case” for healthier built environments, leverage best practices, research and resources, and tie together efforts and industries that have traditionally worked in silos. Learn More