|By Marketwired .||
|June 25, 2013 07:02 PM EDT||
ANAHEIM, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/13 -- The result of a successful community is not just the interest it garners, but the satisfaction of those who call it home. By both accounts, the amenity rich Colony Park community has become the number one place to live in the NEW Anaheim. And now, Brookfield Residential is proud to announce the final two new home neighborhoods to be built in the Colony Park community, Cortile and Casita, coming this summer to this favorite Orange County address. With Priority Registration and Sales Procedures now underway, interested homebuyers are encouraged to visit www.BrookfieldSoCal.com and take the first step for an opportunity to own one of these new homes at Colony Park within the Historic Colony District.
Both neighborhoods will feature charming Spanish Colonial architecture, generous living spaces, along with the resort-style amenities, recreational fun, friendly spirit and nod to history that has made Colony Park a homebuyer favorite. With no Mello-Roos, low tax rates, low HOA dues and eco-smart features that reduce monthly utilities bills by 25%-40% compared to neighboring cities, Cortile and Casita offer an incredible home buying package within one vibrant community.
Cortile at Colony Park will introduce a wonderful selection of charming, new two-story townhomes and flats that will range from approximately 730 to 1,682 square feet, with one- to three bedrooms, 1.5 to 2.5 baths and up to two-car garages. With prices anticipated from the mid $300,000s, six thoughtful floorplans will accommodate a range of lifestyles, from singles and couples to roommates and growing families.
The larger of the community's final two new neighborhoods, Casita at Colony Park will present open, smart designs that reveal generous spaces. Offering a series of detached and paired homes that reflect the architectural influence of row townhomes, floorplans will range from approximately 1,411 to 1,931 square feet with three to four bedrooms to accommodate every family member, 2.5 baths, two-car garages and private outdoor spaces that will afford residents a setting for pets and quiet relaxation. Prices are anticipated from the mid $400,000s.
"Colony Park in the NEW Anaheim is an incredibly desirable place to live and we are happy and proud to provide homebuyers with these new opportunities to own a beautifully designed home and benefit from Colony Park's amazing lifestyle," said Rocky Tracy, Vice President of Sales for Brookfield Residential.
Living at Colony Park allows homeowners to enjoy all the advantages of modern living with plenty of amenities at their fingertips. The community's location in the Historic Colony District puts residents within walking distance of numerous shops and restaurants, along with access to "Colony Park," the central park that is the home of Anaheim's newest Art in Public Places. The park offers multiple areas for children's play, including an interactive watercourse. Paying tribute to the City's arts and civic programs and serving a desire to renew the downtown's historic center, Colony Park presents a unique amenity that is homage to local history and a boon to the city's revitalization efforts.
Colony Park's amenities also include four private recreation centers including, Compass Park and Pavilion the ultimate spot for summertime enjoyment. A resort-style salt water pool, soaring palm trees, a covered outdoor pavilion with barbecues, outdoor fireplace, and a greenbelt park invite fun in the sun with friends, family, and neighbors.
The Pool House offers residents of Colony Park a second private recreation center complete with resort-inspired amenities, including indoor and outdoor areas for play or relaxation. A walk-in saltwater pool and Jacuzzi, outdoor fire pits, bar, barbecues and plentiful seating invite casual gatherings. The Pool House club room is the spot for relaxing with neighbors to watch the big game. Or, you can rent out the lounge for your own private party. In addition, The Pool House has an onsite community manager who plans events throughout the year, giving homeowners even more outlets for enjoying their surroundings and the company of friends and neighbors.
Colony Park is the latest in a long line of significant achievements and historical turning points for the city of Anaheim. A legacy of entrepreneurial spirit and old-fashioned hard work has continually transformed the city dating back to the 1800s. Most recently known as an international destination for fun and entertainment, Anaheim has been guided by civic leaders and partners like Brookfield Homes to evolve with changing times. The NEW Anaheim includes a new thriving art community that encompasses The Packing District, The Muzeo and Center Street Promenade.
Cortile and Casita residents are also fortunate to be within walking distance of the Anaheim Packing District. Located at 400 S Anaheim Blvd, Anaheim, this unique gathering place for local food, drinks and music includes the Packard Building, Farmers Park, and the currently under revitalization, Anaheim Packing House. Built in 1919, the restored Packing House will serve as a culinary center that brings together artisan food producers and purveyors in a public market type setting. The Packard Building houses Anaheim Brewery and Umami Burger now open. Farmers Park, an outdoor marketplace, which is scheduled to grand open on June 29th, will host an array of community activities such as outdoor concerts, movies, and seasonal festivals. For additional information on upcoming events and festivities at the Anaheim Packing District, visit www.Anaheimpackingdistrict.com.
Colony Park has contributed significantly to creating the framework for the desirable and walkable NEW Anaheim, fostering a strong sense of city pride with a connection to the past, and hope for the future. A central location creates access to all of Orange County, three major freeways, and nearby work centers and shopping opportunities. Nearby restaurants satisfy every craving, from casual meals to fine dining while encompassing tastes from every continent. For entertainment, few cities in the nation can compare to Anaheim's multitude of options. Everything from Disneyland to Angel Stadium to Discovery Science Center to Knott's Berry Farm to Honda Center is within close range. Numerous parks, including Citrus Park, Little Peoples Park, and Walnut Grove Park are also nearby.
For more information on Cortile and Casita coming soon to Colony Park, call 888-448-4550 or visit www.BrookfieldSoCal.com.
About Brookfield Residential
Brookfield Residential Los Angeles is a premier lifestyle provider comprised of a dedicated, knowledgeable team of professionals with the passion and experience to craft exceptional new homes, neighborhoods and communities. From the goals of first time buyers to the prestige of luxury homes, we are proud to offer opportunities that embrace a diversity of aspirations. Respected as an award-winning innovator, we are recognized for delivering consistent quality, design details and an outstanding customer experience. Please visit BrookfieldSoCal.com for more information.
Brookfield Residential Properties (BRP) is a leading North American land developer and home builder, with operations in eleven major markets, committed to creating the best places to call home. BRP benefits from strong geographic diversification with operations in Austin, Calgary, Edmonton, Denver, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Toronto and Washington, D.C. Brookfield Residential Properties is listed on the NYSE and TSX under the symbol BRP. For more information, visit BrookfieldRP.com.
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