Visalia developer to break ground on Vista Robles neighborhood this month
DINUBA – There is a housing shortage in every community in Tulare County. In Dinuba alone, the city will need to provide an additional 1,000 homes by 2023, according to the Regional Housing Needs Assessment conducted by the Tulare County Association of Governments.
In other words, 138 new homes would be a good start toward reaching that goal.
That’s the number of homes Visalia-based San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJVH) plans to begin building in Dinuba this month.
Just last week, SJVH and Presidio Residential Capital closed on 40 acres north of Nebraska Avenue and east of Viscaya Parkway in Dinuba and plan to build Vista Robles, a new neighborhood with 138 single-story detached homes. The partners plan to break ground this month and begin model construction in February 2019. The retail value of this project when it’s complete will exceed $38 million. Read the rest of this entry »