Millenia, a major new urban in center in south San Diego County, will open its first park, model townhomes and sales center on Saturday.
Chula Vista Mayor Mary Salas will cut a ribbon opening Stylus Park at Orion Boulevard and Stylus Street at 10:30 a.m., while Meridian Development will provide hot dogs, snacks, desserts and drinks until 3 p.m.
The 210-acre development’s sales center will also open on Saturday, and visitors will be able to see the first for-sale homes to be offered. These are condos and townhomes ranging from 1,300 to 1,950 square feet in a variety of designs.
Millenia will have up to 3,000 multi-family residences, 2 million square feet of office space, 1.5 million square feet of retail space, six themed urban parks and a variety of tree-lined promenades, casual gathering places, and plazas. Population at completion will be approximately 7,500.
“From day one, Millenia residents will benefit from our pedestrian-focused environment. Millenia residents can walk across the street to get groceries, do their banking, shop and dine at the Otay Ranch Town Center,” said Guy Asaro, president of Meridian Development.
The multi-billion-dollar project by Meridian for Stratford Land is estimated to take 20 years to complete.
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