While the entire construction on 53 townhome units just steps away from the Glendora Village Center won’t be fully completed until a little more than a year from now, units are already being sold based on floor plans.
As construction continues in phases, Maritza Cordero, marketing manager for City Venture’s Glendora Village Collection, said some units will be completed and move-in ready as early as April. By then, model homes will also be open to the public, said Cordero.
Promoted as 100 percent solar powered townhomes, the complex will be built next to the future Metro Gold Line station near the post office on Ada Avenue.
Units range from 1,172 square feet to 2,107 square feet with two to four bedrooms. Each unit will have a two-car garage and some outdoor space.
However, Cordero called the complex “low-maintenance,” with no pool or fitness center. There will be some barbecue grills and picnic tables, she said.
Units range from $399,990 to $489,990.
“We have seen a lot of interest,” said Cordero. “People do return after seeing the floor plans. We sold our first unit within days of opening our office earlier this month. It is a great location, and I think homebuyers know that Glendora schools are top rated.”
Floor plans and the site plan are available on the City Venture’s Glendora Village Collection website.
Offices are located at 351 S. Glendora Ave. and are open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.