La Mesa, CA — With its reputation for its award winning redevelopment buildings in downtown, CityMark Development has been branching out in other infill neighborhoods in San Diego.
Currently, in La Mesa, CityMark has introduced, Stanford Place, 15 single family homes gathered around pocket parks. Priced in the $400,000’s these bungalow styled homes range in size from 1,337 to 1,691 square feet and feature up to four bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The two-story homes come standard with front porches, gourmet kitchens with island countertop dining and master suites. Sales have been brisk since opening in late July, with first move-ins slated for September.
“We couldn’t be more pleased with the overwhelming response from homebuyers for this niche community,” commented Russ Haley, CityMark Development Vice President. “We are thrilled with their acceptance of these homes that are nestled in existing neighborhoods and offer current architecture and modern amenities.”
And hot on its heels, CityMark is busy with a seven home community, called Solstice in the College Area. The 1,636 – 1,773 sq. ft. homes are eco-conscious, solar powered homes. With a very solid interest list, CityMark plans to release Solstice in September, with November move-ins.
“We feel very fortunate to introduce brand new homes in communities that haven’t seen new construction in many decades.”
Homebuyers are encouraged to register to secure their interest in one of these new homes at www.Stanford-Place.com or www.Solstice-living.com. For more information regarding Stanford Place or Solstice homes. just call 619-704-3939.
This article originally appear on The Union Tribune