About Us

A foundation of excellence across generations.

Established in 2003 by Ryan Bosa, Embassy BOSA was founded on the Bosa family legacy of excellence with an extensive portfolio of world-class projects throughout North America. Serving previously as President of Bosa Development California, Ryan helped establish the company’s major presence in the California market, before founding Embassy BOSA where he now guides each development from vision to completion.

Through Embassy BOSA, Ryan builds on the proud tradition established by his father, visionary Nat Bosa of Bosa Development Corporation, where dedication to building community through distinct and responsive design is paramount.

With each project, Embassy BOSA embodies the Bosa commitment to quality, teamwork and unparalleled trust and integrity through cultivating lasting relationships with our homeowners and contractors alike.

It’s the big picture.

Embassy BOSA is a committed team of creative individuals driven by a spirit of quality-first entrepreneurship dedicated to urban design excellence. Our approach enhances customer and community satisfaction, exemplified by the strength of our product, integrity and service.

The lasting impact our developments have on communities is the result of a bold commitment to create destinations and focal points, not just residences. That’s what makes us different – it’s the big picture.

Developing World Connections.

As part of Embassy BOSA’s continued interest in building better communities, we have been a proud partner of Developing World Connections (DWC) since 2007.

Embassy BOSA’s tireless commitment to social responsibility, giving back locally and globally, has profoundly deepened the impact of DWC’s work around the world. Based in Canada, DWC is an international development organization that mobilizes volunteers to address issues of poverty and social justice around the world. Working in collaboration with grass-roots organizations in Africa, Asia and Latin America, DWC helps build schools, medical facilities, and livelihood centres, and assists communities with their water, irrigation and agriculture projects.


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Developing World Connections