More than 150 Civita homeowners turned out to hear about the proposed private Civita Recreation Center and to offer recommendations to the design team, which includes architect Bassenian Lagoni (architects) and Lifescapes International (landscape architects). The plan calls for an expansive contemporary-style facility that takes full advantage of San Diego’s near perfect climate with an emphasis on blending indoor and outdoor experiences. At the second meeting, homeowners embraced ideas for an expanded fitness center, family-oriented lagoon pool and adult-oriented lap pool, picnic areas, lounge areas, and several multi-purpose areas, including a large kitchen that can be used for teaching and events.
Apex, a stunning collection of 58 single-family detached homes by Ryland Homes near the summit of Civita in Mission Valley, is scheduled to open in May. The three-story homes feature contemporary styling with vibrant textures and extensive glass to take advantage of the neighborhood’s expansive views of the valley.
Apex homes range from 2,092 to 2,229 square feet, offering a mixture of design options up to four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. Potential homebuyers are encouraged to register for the VIP list at the Ryland Homes website, www.Ryland.com
“These homes have been designed with an inviting indoor-outdoor orientation, dual outdoor entertaining areas, optional bonus rooms and multigenerational suites,” said Carola Cherief, vice president of sales & marketing, Ryland Homes, Southern California.
The homes at Apex are also equipped with energy efficient LED fixtures throughout that produce a range of ambiance for every mood and occasion.
Since 1967, Ryland Homes has been committed to building high quality, energy-efficient new homes. Today, rooted in its national strength, local focus and unwavering commitment to the customer, Ryland proudly builds in 17 states across the country.
For further information on the exceptional new Apex at Civita, call (760) 710-9364 or contact Samantha Fenn, email@example.com