David Bohannon acquires Bell Haven land in Menlo Park, CA. Also subdivides land for homes and apartments in the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Lake Tahoe areas.
First housing construction on Bay Area Peninsula begins since 1929 stock market crash. Bohannon builds Menlo Park, Newbridge Park, and Bayshore Park.
Acquired and began developing 848 acres at Hillsdale, San Mateo.
Additional housing developments completed in Richmond, Napa, Hillsborough, San Mateo, Woodside, and Sunnyvale.
Andrew Williams Grocery Store built at Hillsdale Boulevard and El Camino Real. Construction stopped mid-year due to war in Europe.
San Lorenzo Village housing project launched as the largest privately financed housing project on the West Coast during WWII. It eventually totaled 4,500 homes. San Lorenzo Shopping Center became one of the country's first planned community shopping centers.
Sears selects Hillsdale for one of its earliest suburban stores and opens in 1954.
Multiple residential subdivisions developed in Santa Clara County, Sacramento, Lake Tahoe, and Hillsborough. Homes range from $11,995 to
$1 million depending on location.
Hillsdale Shopping Center opens with Sears and the first suburban brand of Macy's San Francisco.
Hillsdale Shopping Center master plan completed and Macy's signs lease. Land acquired and infrastructure installed for Bohannon Park (industrial) in Menlo Park.
Johnson & Johnson becomes first tenant at 200-acre Bohannon Industrial Park.
Hillsdale Shopping Center is one of the two shopping centers recgonized in Redbook Magazine's First National Shopping Center Achievement Awards.
Bohannon Park includes 68 major research and development (R&D) and light industrial buildings. Bohannon Companies add Menlo Place, Scott Place, Bohannon Business Center, Jefferson Place, and 333 Middlefield Road office buildings to its portfolio.
Nordstrom added to Hillsdale Shopping Center and the center became an enclosed mall.
Groundbreaking for Menlo Gateway.
David Bohannon inducted into the California Building Industry Hall of Fame.