Entrance to Sudberry Properties’ West Park at Civita.

A San Diego apartment development that has already picked up a slew of local architectural awards was judged the best in a national competition.

West Park at Civita received the gold award for “Best Architectural Design of an Attached Community” at a competition sponsored by the National Association of Home Builders.

The award was presented at the home builders’ convention in Orlando last week.

West Park was developed by Sudberry Properties for Cvita, a 230-acre urban village in a former Mission Valley quarry.

The design and construction team consisted of architects Newman Garrison + Partners, landscape architects Lifescapes International, and general contractors Coyle Residential and Reno Contracting.

The 612-unit West Park community, which opened in 2015, offers apartments ranging from 546-square-foot, loft-style studios to 1,355-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath flats.

Amenities include a 22-seat theater with stadium seating, three saltwater pools, roof deck lounges, a dog washing station and a private park with a half-mile jogging trail. Monthly rents start at  $1,700.

“The combination of a beautiful resort-style environment and fun, engaging activities make for a real community,” said Colton Sudberry, president of Sudberry Properties. “We believe we have established a new benchmark for luxury apartment living in the San Diego region.”

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