Promontory Opens to High Praise

Hundreds of home shoppers attended the grand opening of Promontory by The New Home Company last weekend and were captivated by the modern architecture and stunning interior design of the eight model homes. Visitors were also awed by the panoramic views from Promontory’s location on the highest point in Civita.
Promontory features two neighborhoods, The Heights and The Bluffs, both designed by the award-winning Woodley Architectural Group.
The Heights offer 93 courtyard townhomes in two- and three-story layouts ranging from 1,401 to 2,015 square feet with up to three bedrooms and three and one-half baths. Prices at The Heights begin in the high $600,000s.
The Bluffs offer 40 single-story flats and three-story attached homes in 1,584 to 2,188 square feet with up to three bedrooms and two and one-half baths. Prices at The Bluffs begin in the low $900,000s.
Promontory homes come with a package of top-quality designer amenities, including a selection of six granite or quartz countertops, stainless steel Whirlpool appliances, European-style white cabinetry, and Kohler fixtures. Homebuyers will also have the opportunity to work with NEW HOME’s exclusive on-site Design Studio to personalize their homes with abundant upgrades and options.
The modern residences at Promontory were designed to capture the unobstructed views through floor-to-ceiling windows, great rooms and master bedrooms oriented toward the valley below, and oversized patios and decks that enhance the indoor/outdoor living experience.
Promontory’s stylish California Contemporary exterior architecture includes accents of wood and stone with large expanses of glass creating visual interest and definite curb appeal. The neighborhood also includes relaxing outdoor gardens for quiet reflection or small gatherings.
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Mural Showcasing San Diego County Attractions Nears Completion in Civita Pedestrian Tunnel

It’s a virtual tour of the top attractions in San Diego County: from Desert Bighorn Sheep of the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park to hang gliders over the Pacific Ocean and dozens of sites in between.
North County artist and muralist Kevin Anderson is transforming a pedestrian tunnel in Civita into a 270-degree mural that depicts the majesty and diversity of San Diego County.
Last weekend he got a little help from dozens of Civita residents who stopped by to add their marks to the mural. Adults and kids doodled and added their signatures and several toddlers added their footprints!
Stop by and see the progress. The mural is located in the pedestrian tunnel under Via Alta that connects the main portion of Civita Park to the dog park.
More of Kevin Anderson’s murals and paintings are on display at his website,