By IvyLee Rosario
Western National Group, in partnership with Anchor Real Estate Capital and Fantasia Holding Group, began construction of Calligraphy, a luxury development in Brea, Calif. Western National Group is the largest apartment operator in Brea and this project marks its 11th property in the city. The project has an estimated completion date of quarter one 2019.
“Brea is a dynamic and vibrant city, with one of the largest public art collections in the nation,” said Patrick Simons, managing director of Western National Group. “We have intentionally tapped into that community benefit with the project’s name, which evokes a sense of artistic flair, and with the integration of art sculptures into public spaces adjacent to this new multifamily development. In so doing, we are supporting the local community, while also enriching the resident experience.”
The 206-unit community will feature one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans, in addition to two-story townhomes on the penthouse level.
Community amenities will include:
- lounge area
- resort-style pool
- state-of-the-art fitness center
- indoor pet wash facility
- landscaped outdoor spaces
- fire table
- barbecue grills
- rooftop deck
- gated parking garage
“The limited supply of new multifamily product in Brea, coupled with pent-up demand, has generated extremely low vacancies,” added Simons. “Based on this, Calligraphy will be well-positioned to cater to the tremendous existing demand and will contribute to the ongoing economic growth of the local Brea community.”
Calligraphy will be developed within Central Park Village, a mixed-use master-planned community that will include a one-acre park and 31,000 square feet of restaurants and retail space, in which residents will have full access to. The project was awarded the “Gold Nugget Award” by the Pacific Coast Builders Conference.
Recently, Western National Group purchased 6.5 acres of land from Berryessa Properties to develop up to 560 multifamily units and 37,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space in Market Park San Jose’s North Village.
Image courtesy of Western National Group