The project, named One Seven Eight for its address at 1515 W. 178th Street, is rising from a five-acre site located between Normandie and Western Avenues that was previously developed with a light industrial building. Plans call for a series of three-story buildings containing a total of 114 townhomes.
According to the sales website, the for-sale units at One Seven Eight will include a mix of two-, three-, and four-bedroom floor plans, ranging from 1,528 to 1,801 square feet in size. The townhomes will be arranged around a network of private streets, green spaces, and amenities accessible to residents and guests.
Sales prices for One Seven Eight are expected to start in the low $600,000s, with model units slated to open later this year.
Melia Homes, which is based out of Irvine, is also behind plans to build 59 townhomes adjacent to a church in Anaheim.
- Warehouse Demolished for 114 Townhomes in Gardena (Urbanize LA)