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Take Advantage of Incredible New Home Opportunities at Cortile and Casita at Colony Park

ANAHEIM, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/17/14 -- Incredible new home collections offering the ideal combination of location, modern floorplans and amenities don't last and that is being proven true at Colony Park. Cortile and Casita, the final two neighborhoods at Colony Park have both been accelerating sales releases to accommodate buyer demand. Now, the final building has been released at Cortile and some of the most prime locations have been made available at Casita. Homebuyers who are hoping to call Colony Park home are encouraged to hurry into the Sales Gallery to take advantage of desirable new home opportunities at these two popular neighborhoods. Anyone who has not yet registered their interest can visit www.livecolonypark.com to start the pre-qualification process.

For homebuyers searching for something great in the NEW Anaheim, Cortile and Casita offer stylish living in the center of it all. Both neighborhoods are within footsteps of some of Southern California's favorite new dining and entertainment venues. Low HOA dues, no Mello-Roos and the style and architectural distinction of respected homebuilder and developer Brookfield Residential also add to the overall value of these two new neighborhoods.

"From innovative designs, desirable features and the incredible lifestyle advantages of the NEW Anaheim, Cortile and Casita offer the ultimate in new home living," said Mercedes Meserve, Vice President of Marketing for Brookfield Residential Southern California. "The opportunity to be walking-close to brand new restaurants, cafes and entertainment at the Anaheim Packing District, as well as Center Street Promenade and just steps from a variety of recreation is rare. With so many amenities close by and within the Colony Park community, we urge anyone who wants to live among this outstanding urban environment to make their move now."

Cortile features affordably chic townhomes and flats with six innovative floorplans ranging from 730 to 1,682 square feet, with 1 to 3 bedrooms, 1.5 to 2.5 baths and 1- to 2-car garages. Accommodating floorplans connect with first-time buyers, roommates and growing families with charming residences offering abundant storage, home management areas in select plans and private courtyards. Cortile is priced from the low $400,000s.

At Casita, spacious detached homes and tradition townhomes range from 1,384 to 1,934 square feet, with 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, generous living spaces, 2-car garages and private outdoor spaces. Well-planned interiors showcase spacious living areas, large secondary bedrooms and eco-smart features that can reduce utility bills by approximately 25%-40% when compared to neighboring cities. Prices start from the low $500,000s.

Private resort-style amenities to relax, play and socialize with friends and neighbors are just outside your front door at Colony Park, with exclusive recreational centers featuring saltwater pools, covered outdoor pavilion with barbecues, a green park, indoor-outdoor entertainment areas, spa, outdoor fire pits, bar, barbecues and a lounge for parties (per location). Colony Bark, the future community dog park, will offer your pooch a place for fun and recreation.

The Anaheim Packing District is footsteps away from Colony Park, a dynamic gathering place that includes the Packard Showroom, where the popular Anaheim Brewery and Umami Burger are now open. The Farmers Park is a weekly gathering spot complete with outdoor marketplace and community activities, and the newly opened Packing House Colony Park homeowners an international display of culinary fare just outside their community. For more information, visit www.Anaheimpackingdistrict.com.

The Historic Colony District also includes cafes, art and entertainment opportunities that encompass the Muzeo Museum and Center Street Promenade. Colony Park is easily accessible to three major freeways, presenting an easier work commute to major employment centers in Orange County as well as Los Angeles, San Diego and the Inland Empire.

To visit Cortile and Casita at Colony Park from the 5 Freeway, exit Lincoln Avenue and head east. Turn right on Olive Street and follow the signs to The Welcome House. The Welcome House is open Friday-Monday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Tuesday-Thursday by appointment. For more information on 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 www.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 www.BrookfieldRP.com.

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