Construction on Civita’s new Purl Apartment Community Moves Ahead with Occupancy Set for Summer 2020

Civita’s newest apartment community called Purl is taking shape along Civita Boulevard across the street from Civita Park and adjacent to the future town center.

Purl will feature two six-story buildings with 434 luxury apartments, extensive recreational amenities and 18,000 square feet of shops and dining venues.
The new community is being developed by Sudberry Properties, the master developer of Civita. The architect was KTGY Architecture and Planning.
Amenities include two beautiful pool areas designed by Lifescapes International, a spa featuring a bar, a couples massage room, DIY workshop, demonstration kitchen and lounge, game room with golf simulator and pool table, Sky Terrace with barbecue and outdoor theater, Parcel Pending parcel lockers, co-working offices and conference rooms. Tenants will also have access to all of the recreational and fitness amenities at Sudberry Properties two other apartment communities, Circa 37 and West Park.
Apartments will range from studios to three-bedroom units and come equipped with a complete appliance package including washer, dryer and French door refrigerators; quartz countertops and coat and linen closets. There will be enclosed parking in a gated garage.
The company anticipates that the first apartments will be ready for occupancy in summer 2020.

Civita Park Scheduled for Completion in Early 2020

The final phases of Civita Park are well under construction and scheduled for completion in early 2020. The section under construction includes two playgrounds, one for youngsters aged 2-5 and the other one for children aged 5-12. In addition to traditional play equipment, the playgrounds will include discovery opportunities, such as rock-climbing walls, rope bridges, swings and spinners.

Near the playgrounds there will be shaded picnic areas and restrooms.

The new addition to the park continues to celebrate the topography of Mission Valley and the site’s past as a sand and gravel quarry. A “Mining Relic Plaza” will feature a Caterpillar D8 bulldozer, large augers and other historic mining equipment.

Three interpretative gardens (succulent garden, winged garden and scent garden), a bocce court, and an event area for weddings and birthdays are also taking shape.

The park’s completion will be celebrated during the annual Arbor Day festivities, Friday, April 24.