Relevae at Wilder Relevae atWilder will include two product types, one- and two-storysingle-family homes, with four floorplans.

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ORINDA, CA—The final group of homes are coming to Wilder,according to Landsea Homes. The developer has acquired 34 newhomesites at the residential community. Development is expected tobegin this year with the anticipated grand opening in early 2021.Homes are reportedly slated for marketing at less than the $2million price point.

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"This acquisition expands our portfolio in an important marketfor Landsea Homes," said Josh Santos, president, Landsea Homes,northern California division. "This announcement supports ourgrowth for this region as we strive to create highly desirablecommunities in prime locations across the country where people cantruly live in their element."

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The new neighborhood, Relevae at Wilder, will include twoproduct types with four different plans: one-story and two-storysingle-family homes with outdoor terraces. The one-story homes willrange from approximately 2,377 to 3,497 square feet and thetwo-story homes will range from approximately 2,722 to 2,979 squarefeet.

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"This is the first phase for Landsea in Wilder and it's thefourth overall development in Wilder," Santos tells GlobeSt.com."These are the last 34 lots in the entire Wilder community. Thesehomes, although the last lots in Wilder, have the best views of thecanyon. Every lot is a view lot. Relevae's single-story homes haveamazing unobstructed backyard views and the two-story homes havesecond-story terrace and backyard views. All homes at Relevae willbe High Performance Homes/HPH. The HPH program includes three corepillars including home automation, sustainability and energysavings, which gives homebuyers connected living at theirfingertips, providing ease, security and privacy."

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Wilder residents can take advantage of family-friendly amenitiesincluding a network of trails and pathways, a private swim andrecreation center featuring a competition pool and fitness and yogarooms, five community areas, and an art and garden center,surrounded by 1,300 acres of protected natural open space withneighborhood pedestrian, equestrian and bike trails.

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With its small-town charm mixed with urban sophistication, theTown of Orinda offers farmers markets to fine dining and eclecticboutiques to supermarkets. The median property value in Orinda is$1.34 million and the homeownership rate is 89.7%. Orinda's 2018population was 19,806 residents, according to the US CensusBureau.

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Orinda is one of three communities collectively referred to as"Lamorinda", including Lafayette, Moraga and Orinda.

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Landsea Homes' other Bay Area communities currently sellinginclude Abigail Place in Danville, Catalina in Santa Clara andSkylark at Sanctuary Village in Newark.

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Lisa Brown

Lisa Brown is an editor for the south and west regions of GlobeSt.com. She has 25-plus years of real estate experience, with a regional PR role at Grubb & Ellis and a national communications position at MMI. Brown also spent 10 years as executive director at NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area chapter, where she led the organization to achieving its first national award honors and recognition on Capitol Hill. She has written extensively on commercial real estate topics and edited numerous pieces on the subject.