The New Home Company’s Promontory at Civita Wins Multifamily Community of the Year Honors at ‘The Nationals’

Congratulations to The New Home Company! This week at “The Nationals,” the building industry’s premier awards show, they received one of the most prestigious honors in the national competition, the Gold Award for Multifamily Community of the Year for Promontory at Civita. The company was also presented with a Gold Award for Best Website for a Builder.
Presented by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Sales & Marketing Council, “The Nationals” recognize the most outstanding work in residential real estate planning, architecture, interior design, sales and marketing. The event was hosted during the 2019 International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas.
Promontory is set atop almost nine acres of land at the highest point of Civita, featuring 133 three-story and single-story attached homes in two neighborhoods: The Heights and The Bluffs. The modern residences at Promontory were designed with special attention and care given to capturing and framing 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 overall indoor/outdoor living experience.
The New Home Company shared the Multifamily Community of the Year award with its marketing, design and development partners on Promontory. These include Woodley Architectural Group, Studio Mosaic Interior Design, C2 Collaborative Landscape Architecture and Paolucci Salling & Martin Communication Arts

Construction is Under Way of Final Phases of Civita Park

Construction has started on the final phases of Civita Park, encompassing approximately four acres, and featuring two playgrounds, with age-appropriate equipment for tots and children that meet ADA standards for accessible design. Highlights include play equipment, rock-climbing walls, rope bridges and natural play structures.

The park build-out will also include a “Mining Relic Plaza,” displaying a Caterpillar D8 bulldozer, large augers and other mining equipment salvaged from the site, which served as a sand and gravel quarry for approximately 70 years.

The park’s final phases, which are scheduled for completion in the summer of 2020, also include two more open fields, interpretive gardens, a shaded picnic grove, a bocce court and additional restrooms.