Last month, I attended NAHB’s midyear meeting in Miami and had the pleasure of sitting in on a presentation by Daniel Swift, president and CEO of Des Moines-based architecture group BSB Design.
Woodside Homes acquires lots in central California
The 262 lots are located on the east side of Tulare, Calif., and will serve as a follow-up project to the builder’s adjacent Villapaseo community.
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Woodside Homes has acquired 262 lots in the Central California location of Tulare, Calif., where the builder plans to open a new residential community in mid-2014. The 262 lots, which make up phases 5 through 8 of the Palm Ranch subdivision, are located on the east side of Tulare and will serve as a follow-up project to Woodside’s adjacent Villapaseo community.
“We are building homes in communities that need it the most, like Tulare,” said Joel Shine, chairman and CEO of Woodside Homes, in a release. “With years of experience in sourcing, acquiring, and developing land, we have been consistently building in core markets like the Tulare, Fresno, and Visalia areas.”
Many of the current Villapaseo plans will be updated and offered in the new community, in addition to a second product line that will be offered on the larger lots. Woodside’s Villapaseo community currently offers five floor plans from 2,127 to 3,146 square feet with three to six bedrooms and base prices ranging from $262,000 to $333,000. The community offers spacious homes with single and two-story elevations and feature designer-selected colors and appointments.
The community lies within walking distance of Mission Oak High School and within two miles of the College of the Sequoias, which recently opened the Center for Agriculture Science and Technology.
Woodside has been building and selling homes in Tulare since 2006.