New Home Company Opens Welcome Pavilion for San Jose Master-Planned Housing Community
- May 01, 2014
The New Home Company recently opened a Welcome Pavilion at its latest master-planned Silicon Valley master-planned residential community. The Orchard Park housing development in San Jose is set to display model homes and hold the initial sale phase at the community located near the intersection of Old Oakland Road and East Brokaw Road in the city’s Berryessa District.
Orchard Park is located just two miles away from the San Jose International Airport, the major air-travel hub in Silicon Valley, and in the vicinity of the upcoming Berryessa BART station. Poised to bring about 239 homes to the market, the community will be divided into three distinct neighborhoods offering three different types of residential units—flats, towns and court homes. Pricing will start at the $700,000 mark, according to the developer’s website.
The new master planned community will take a unique approach with a feng shui master involved the early development stages, consulting on the land plan, ensuring north orientation and other precepts of the art. The Welcome Pavilion has been set up to allow prospective buyers meet the developer’s sales team and allow for interactive presentations of the homes that will be developed at the site.
Orchard Park is set to also feature a 1-acre park and a 2-acre riparian path which will be an extension of the San Jose Coyote Creek Trail. Other amenities at the planned community will include a bocce ball court and a community room with outdoor seating and dining. The project has the full support of local authorities with San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed recently thanking developer New Home Company for its investment in the city, which will add a number of construction jobs, as well as increase San Jose’s housing stock.
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