TECH-SAVVY, GREEN, INNOVATIVE

Grand Opening of “The Heritage Collection”

Offers Opportunities to New Homebuyers

12/2015 – VAN NUYS, LOS ANGELES – California Home Builders is a residential and multi-family housing development company with over 20 years of experience building communities with superior quality, energy efficient, environmentally friendly and moderately priced homes for working and middle income families in the San Fernando Valley.

The grand opening of The Heritage Collection, to be held on December 14, 2015 and attended by City of Los Angeles elected officials, staff and community leaders, will mark another shining example of the company’s commitment to building new communities that enrich the character of existing residential neighborhoods while simultaneously providing new home ownership opportunities to accommodate a financially and culturally diverse population.

The Heritage Collection, located in Van Nuys, is a residential community with 73 single family homes.  It is at the center of a vibrant and thriving community, just minutes away from the 405, 101, 118, 5, &170 Freeways, the Sepulveda Recreation Area, Balboa Lake and Park, world class shopping, restaurants and entertainment. With two floor plans to choose from, these four bedroom, 2.5 bath homes come loaded with tech savvy, modern and luxurious standard features including two-car garage, solar electric generation system, smart home automation, fire sprinklers, energy efficient heating, air conditioning and water heater, LED recessed lighting throughout, dual glazed windows and patio doors, wood cabinets, Ceasarstone kitchen and bath countertops with mosaic tile back splashes, stainless steel appliances and fully landscaped back-yards.

“The Heritage Collection is a new residential community that caters to young families and first-time home buyers eager for tech-savvy, green and innovative amenities in new homes at reasonable prices,” said Shawn Evenhaim, Founder and CEO of California Home Builders “With such a low supply of new housing inventory being built in the San Fernando Valley to meet the growing demand, it is important to create diverse housing opportunities for the next generation of homebuyers.”

“At a time when the need for housing couldn’t be greater in Los Angeles, the Heritage Collection delivers sustainable, energy-saving homes that are within reach for middle-class Angelenos,” said Mayor Eric Garcetti. “Today’s grand opening represents another step toward our goal of creating 100,000 new housing units by 2021 — and homegrown companies like California Home Builders are helping make it a reality.”