The New Home Company, an Orange County-based developer that is building homes throughout California, will open its first community in San Diego on Sunday.
Promontory is a nine-acre neighborhood at the highest point in the 230-acre master-planned community of Civita in Mission Valley. A total of 133 homes are being built in two collections, both designed by the Woodley Architectural Group.
The Heights consists of 93 courtyard townhomes in two and three-story layouts ranging from 1,401 to 2,015 square feet with up to three bedrooms and three and one-half baths. Prices begin in the mid-$600,000s.
The Bluffs will offer 40 single-story flats and three-story attached homes with 1,584 to 2,188 square feet and up to three bedrooms and two and one-half baths. Prices start in the low $900,000s.
Both collections are designed with unobstructed views through floor-to-ceiling windows, great rooms and master bedrooms oriented toward the valley below, and large patios and decks .
“We’ve had steady demand for the homes at Promontory during our pre-sales period,” said Vice President of Marketing Megan Eltringham. “Our focus is on building homes where we will be rewarded for exceptional planning and architecture, so with the opening of our thoughtfully designed model homes this weekend, we expect to have even greater success in attracting those looking for a turn-key residence in a prime San Diego location.”
On Sunday the developer will debut eight model homes.
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