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The Domain's Rooftop Terrace & Private Amenities Offer a Unique Lifestyle Opportunity Across the Street From the Anaheim Packing District

ANAHEIM, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/04/14 -- It's the end of the day, and it's just you, a few of your closest friends, and a sky full of fireworks. If that sounds like something you could get used to, you're going to love the rooftop terrace at The Domain -- just one of the incredible amenities that make this community the most exciting new home buy in the NEW Anaheim. Opportunities for socializing, lounging and dining are front and center at The Domain, with private, resort-style recreation set to include a swimming pool, outdoor fireplaces, barbecues, and cozy gathering spaces to kick back and relax. The rooftop terrace will be the coolest place in town, with a unique open-air space where homeowners can hang out with friends and enjoy skyline views and the nearby firework shows.

Situated across the street from the Anaheim Packing District, this incredible new home community has captured the interest of homebuyers in search of the ideal combination of style, function, location, and lifestyle. Now selling, interested homebuyers are encouraged to take advantage of The Domain's early phase opportunities and call 888.413.2177 today to get a private tour of this dynamic urban collection.

With prices starting from the $400,000s, the financial benefit of no Mello-Roos fees and a low tax rate, The Domain also meets the budget expectations of professionals and couples looking for the right place at the right price.

"From the rooftop terrace and exclusive amenities, to the array of intelligently designed floorplans, to a desirable location walking-close to shops, restaurants, bars, art venues and all year long events, The Domain is meeting homebuyer's needs and exceeding their expectations," said Jan Pipas, Sales Manager for Brookfield Residential Southern California. "With the model debut just around the corner, now is a smart time to call The Domain for an early tour and register your interest at www.BrookfieldSoCal.com to be invited to exclusive community events."

The Domain offers innovative townhomes and single-level flats with 1 to 3 bedrooms and 1 to 2 baths in approximately 746 to 1,644 square feet. Technologically advanced features and impressive architecture create the ideal blend of charm, comfort, and modern living. The privacy of gated motor courts and private garages with elevator access further enhance the incredible convenience here.

Homebuyers who want to get more out of life appreciate The Domain's walkable setting and the surrounding hotspots that make this one of Southern California's most desirable addresses for playing and staying. Great dining options and the latest bands will be right across the street at the Anaheim Packing District, where the Anaheim Brewery and Umami Burger are open in the Packard Showroom, and the Packing House's food hall is planned to open soon. Similar in style to public markets found in San Francisco's famed Ferry Building and Seattle's Pike's Market, this 42,000-square-foot building will be filled with a variety of artisan eateries and international offerings.

Connecting The Domain's new home options with the Packing District is the two-plus-acre Farmers Park, which creates "an urban focal point" within a historic context, with wood boardwalks, exposed metal and steel canopies, outdoor fireplaces and native landscaping. An amphitheater and a variety of outdoor dining spaces for enjoying the park's organic delights offer another great area amenity, along with the Shops at Anaheim Garden Walk, The MUZEO Museum and Center Street Promenade. For more information, visit www.Anaheimpackingdistrict.com.

The Domain's location along Anaheim Boulevard in the heart of Orange County is a short drive from major sporting and amusement venues that include Anaheim Ice, The Grove, Honda Center, Angel Stadium and Disneyland. Three freeways are also nearby and the train station is approximately 3.21 miles from the neighborhood.

Open weekends only from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., it's time to discover The Domain for yourself and take advantage of early phase opportunities. With the model building currently under construction, prospective homebuyers are encouraged to call 888.413.2177 for more information. To visit The Welcome House at Colony Park, where sales information for The Domain is now available, travel the 5 Freeway, exit Lincoln Avenue and head east. Turn right on Olive Street and follow the signs to the Welcome House at Colony Park.

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 Inc. is a leading North American land developer and homebuilder with operations in eleven major markets. We entitle and develop land to create master-planned communities and build and sell lots to third-party builders, as well as to our own homebuilding division. We also participate in selected, strategic real estate opportunities, including infill projects, mixed-use developments, infrastructure projects, and joint ventures. Brookfield Residential is listed on the NYSE and TSX under the symbol BRP.
For more information, visit BrookfieldRP.com.

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