Sudberry Properties’ Marco Sessa gives a preview of what’s next at Civita to GlobeSt.com
Civita, the sustainable, transit-oriented urban village in Mission Valley that is committed to high-style contemporary architecture, has collected more accolades for its urban design.
Apex by Ryland Homes, a stunning collection of 58 single-family detached homes near the summit of the community, was honored last weekend for “Best Architectural Design” and “Best Interior Design” among new homes in its size category at the Icon Awards by the Building Industry Association of San Diego. Apex was also a finalist for Community of the Year.
“We congratulate the CalAtlantic Homes team for such cutting-edge, transformative architecture,” said Marco A. Sessa, senior vice president, Sudberry Properties, developer of Civita. “Apex takes full advantage of the site’s panoramic views and is one of the few single-family detached neighborhoods that Civita will offer.”
Apex’s Plan 1 was singled out for Best Architectural Design among single- family homes. Additionally, Apex’s Plan 4 received top honors for Interior Design among single-family homes.
Designed by Woodley Architectural Group, Apex homes features sleek architectural styles with vibrant textures and glass woven into the modern California designs. Prices start in the $700,000s.
Apex homes range from 2,092 to 2,229 square feet with up to five bedrooms and four baths. Highlights include luxurious finishes and expansive windows that connect to dual outdoor entertaining areas.
Apex’s spacious gourmet kitchens feature elegant cabinets, stainless appliances and granite countertops.
Homebuyers can choose from an array of options that range from fine finishes, upgraded flooring, landscape packages and fireplaces to fully equipped guest suites, master bedroom beverage centers, professional chef kitchens and more.
Homes are equipped with energy-efficient LED fixtures throughout, delivering a range of illumination for every mood and occasion. Other sustainable features include low-E windows, Energy Star appliances, and low-VOC paint.
Three other neighborhoods at Civita also received honors at the Icon Awards: Shea Home’s Frame, Plan 3, received the top award for Interior Design in the Multi-Family Residence category. Shea Home’s Lucent, Plan 2X, was a finalist in the same Interior Design category and Chelsea Investment Corporation’s Versa was a finalist in the Affordable Project category.
All of the residences at Civita are within easy walking distance of Civita Park, a multi-level park designed to cascade down the property and create the physical and social heart of the community. Now under construction, Civita Park is designed to include urban-style gathering places, open picnic areas, a children’s play area, a community garden, jogging and walking trails and meditative nooks. Civita Creek, a naturalistic streambed that functions as a bioswale, will traverse the site and naturally treat rainwater runoff.
Located in the heart of San Diego on a former quarry site, Civita combines a lively urban lifestyle with proximity to shopping and restaurants and easy trolley access to downtown San Diego, Old Town and Qualcomm Stadium. The community is being developed by Sudberry Properties over the next 10-15 years with an emphasis on sustainability and high-style architecture.
Long-range plans for the 230-acre urban village call for a total of 4,780 residential homes and apartments, approximately 480,000 square feet for a lifestyle retail center and 420,000 square feet for an office/business campus.
For information on Apex and a variety of other for-rent and for-sale residential options at Civita, visit www.civitalife.com