In yet another sign that the region’s homebuilding market is continuing to improve, the New Home Company hosted a tour of its upscale Lambert Ranch project in the rolling hills of northern Irvine on Monday to more than 225 BIASC members.
Even more importantly, company officials said more than 3,000 people toured the models over the weekend during its official grand opening.
The company is building 169 homes in three distinct types ranging from 2,730 to 4,876 square feet. The homes incorporate two of the hottest trends in Southern California homebuilding – multigenerational housing opportunities and floor plans that carefully integrate indoor and outdoor living spaces. Options range from dual master suites to a floor plan with separate entrances to the ultimate concept – a two-home family compound.
At the event, sponsored by BIASC’s Orange County Chapter, builders from throughout the region toured the model homes and carefully inspected designs, amenities and materials.
The New Home Company was founded by former executives from John Laing Homes and the Irvine Company – Larry Webb, Joseph Davis, Tom Redwitz and Wayne Stelmar – and is developing communities in Orange County and Northern California.