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Two Neighborhoods Nearly Sold Out at Popular Rosedale Masterplan in Azusa

AZUSA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/14 -- Sales success continues at the master-planned community of Rosedale with two new home neighborhoods nearing close-out. Palmetto by Brookfield Residential and Tamarind Lane by TRI Pointe Homes are now selling their final homes, confirming homebuyers' needs for innovative new home living within an amenity-rich setting. For information on taking the first step toward homeownership at Rosedale, homebuyers can visit www.LiveRosedale.com.

Offering great city convenience and abundant natural beauty, with a location that is minutes from downtown Los Angeles and moments from nature, Rosedale offers a truly unique presentation. It is rare when homebuyers have the opportunity to have it all and is the main reason why Rosedale is the San Gabriel Valley's #1 new master-planned community.

New neighborhoods overlooking the scenic foothills of the San Gabriel Valley offer stylish new homes for first-time buyers to those seeking the finest in luxury living.

"The Rosedale promise is one of location, luxury, lifestyle and livability," said Mercedes Meserve, Senior Marketing Manager for Rosedale Land Partners, LLC, the developer of Rosedale. "Homebuyers in this area know what they want and that means buying at one of the community's well-planned and beautifully designed new-home neighborhoods, where they can be close to work and play within a scenic setting. It doesn't get any better than this and clearly that fact is getting across to homebuyers who continue to make Rosedale a Southern California favorite."

Palmetto by Brookfield Residential is nearly sold out and it's no wonder with a collection of new townhomes showcasing modern amenities and a walkable location to the future Metro Gold Line boarding station. Palmetto's home designs range from approximately 1,447 to 2,090 square feet with three to four bedrooms and two-car garages. Prices are from the $400,000s.

The great living spaces of TRI Pointe Homes' Tamarind Lane are one of many reasons these spacious single-family homes are almost sold out. Ranging from approximately 2,008 to 2,092 square feet, with three to four bedrooms, versatile lofts and studies, the desirable homes of Tamarind Lane are priced from the low $500,000s.

Also selling is Wisteria, offering the largest homes in Rosedale. These luxurious homes range from approximately 2,892 to 3,548 square feet, with four to six bedrooms, a host of sumptuous features and two-car garages with storage. Prices start from the $700,000s

Shea Homes' Parsons Place offers two and three-story townhomes ranging from approximately 1,460 to 2,033 square feet, with two to four bedrooms and two-car attached garages. Prices start from the mid $300,000s. The spacious single-family detached homes of Avenswood by TRI Pointe Homes present three to five bedrooms plus bonus rooms, dens, and lofts in approximately 2,570 to 3,112 square feet. Prices are from the mid $600,000s.

The Rosedale masterplan is surrounded by more than 500 acres of peaceful natural surroundings in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Five-star amenities give residents every imaginable recreational opportunity. The centerpiece is The Resort, a two-acre community recreation center with an approximate 4,500 square foot private clubhouse, state-of-the-art fitness center, Junior Olympic swimming pool, spa, children's wading pool, and a recreation area with trellises, an outdoor fireplace and barbecue grills.

The Central Arroyo gives residents a special amenity with 13.5 acres of open space running through the community with a trail system that links neighborhoods to each other and to surrounding trails for hiking, mountain biking and walking. When the amenities are complete, Rosedale will have a total of 10 neighborhood parks including the lighted youth sports fields, basketball and multi-use courts at the future 5.5-acre Promenade Park.

Convenience at Rosedale is abundant. Close proximity to the I-10 and 210 corridors puts downtown L.A., Orange and San Bernardino counties within easy commuting distance. The future Metro Gold Line boarding station, scheduled to open in 2015 at Citrus Avenue and Palm Drive will be within walking distance for commuters who want an easy, cost-efficient alternative to driving. For more information, visit www.foothillextension.org.

For great shopping, dining and entertainment, Old Town Pasadena, Westfield Santa Anita Fashion Square, Westfield West Covina, Home Depot, Target, Trader Joe's and Costco are also nearby. Azusa Pacific University and Citrus Community College are also located within a short walk of the community.

To visit Rosedale from Pasadena, take the I-210 traveling east and exit Azusa Ave. Turn right on Foothill Blvd. and left on Palm. Turn left on The Promenade, right on Azusa Veterans Way and follow the signs to the individual neighborhoods. From San Bernardino and Riverside counties, take the I-210 west, or the I-10, I-60 to the I-57 north and proceed to the I-210 west and exit Citrus Ave. Turn left on Foothill Blvd., right on Palm, left on The Promenade, right on Azusa Veterans Way and follow the signs.

Due to the changing nature of Metro Gold Line construction activities, driving directions are subject to change.

For more information on Rosedale, visit www.LiveRosedale.com or call 800.928.1275. Interested home shoppers are also encouraged to follow the community on Facebook.

About Rosedale Land Partners - Ownership and development management of the 518-acre master-planned community of Rosedale in the city of Azusa, CA is a new partnership between Brookfield Homes, Christopher Development Group (CDG) and Starwood Capital Group.

As Rosedale Land Partners, these companies bring together the necessary depth of large-scale community planning, development and financing experience required for the successful implementation of community-based master planning and development.

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