ENCINITAS — CityMark Development has begun home construction near Beacon’s Beach.
A neighborhood of 10 detached single-family homes will be built at the corner of Coast Highway 101 and Daphne Street. The homes — unique in plan and design — will expand access to coastal living in a neighborhood designed to maintain the spirit of Leucadia.
“It’s not often that you get the opportunity to build new homes in Leucadia, and we want to do it right,” said Richard Gustafson, CityMark president. “There is a certain nostalgia tied to the eclectic neighborhoods and businesses that comprise this community. In light of that, we are building one-of-a-kind homes that fit the surroundings and give residents the urban experience of walking to Leucadia’s beaches, shops and restaurants.”
The residences at Beacons Leucadia will range from 1,930 to 3,150 square feet with three to four bedrooms. Designed to the highest standards, the homes include a variety of amenities. Homebuyers can select finishing options to suit their individual needs.
“Our beach communities are precious areas and require thoughtful revitalization that helps maintain property values, increases housing options and ensures that local businesses have a steady source of customers,” Gustafson said. “We’re happy to play a role in that process by providing well-designed infill construction that results in distinctive homes capturing the style of coastal California.”
CityMark Development’s scope of properties includes 1,000 residences in projects ranging from lofts and row homes to condominiums and, most recently, single-family residences. The company offers real estate services through CityMark Realty, CityMark Property Management and CMD Urban Maintenance. For more information and to join the Beacons interest list, visit beacons-leucadia.com.
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