Nestled in the rolling hills just off Interstate 80, Gray’s Crossing is a new community located on approximately 757 acres in the picturesque Sierra town of Truckee.
Gray’s Crossing is named after Joseph Gray, an entrepreneur, successful businessman and founder of Gray’s Station, (and latter Coburn’s Station) the town that would eventually become Truckee. Prosser Dam road, which runs through the property, was at one time part of the original trail system that crossed through the area.
Gray’s Crossing will be an old fashioned, traditional style neighborhood where people can walk or bike and enjoy the pleasures of living in a small town like Truckee. At the same time, it will feature a championship golf course, more than 400 acres of open space, a neighborhood village, a small inn or lodge, and public hiking and biking trails that provide an integral link to the comprehensive network of recreational and scenic trails contemplated by the Town of Truckee Trails and Bikeways Master Plan.
The neighborhood will feature many housing styles that people enjoy in older American towns, creating a wonderful sense of neighborhood. Housing will include single family homes, cottages, studio flats, condominiums, duplexes and other attached style housing. Cottages will front on grassy commons and studio flats will be located above retail.