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Roseville, Calif. – Westpark Communities, one of the leading developers of master planned communities in Placer County, announced today it has broken ground on a new, 400-acre development in West Roseville.

The new community, called Solaire, is located south of Pleasant Grove Boulevard and the Westpark master planned community. 

“We want to create a high level of quality throughout Solaire,” said Jeff Jones, a partner with Westpark Communities. “By being fully engaged as the master developer, we intend to ensure that a high-quality vision of the community is implemented.  Design guidelines setting out architectural standards for buildings and landscape will deliver a consistent level of quality and design through the build out of the community, which we believe will create a neighborhood of lasting value and desirability.”

Most of Solaire is located south of Pleasant Grove Boulevard and west of Market Street in Roseville. Westpark plans to sell land to homebuilders and commercial developers and partner with those entities as the community begins to grow.

The 400-acre community will include:

  • 1,300 single family homes.
  • An elementary school in the Roseville City School District and in close proximity to the Barbara Chilton Middle School.
  • 43 acres for development of shopping and commercial activities.
  • Land for nearly 700 apartment homes.
  • 53 acres for parks and open space.

The principals of Westpark Communities have been a part of the Sacramento region development community for more than 25 years, responsible for creating several successful master plan areas in Placer County.

About Westpark Communities

For more than 14 years, Westpark Communities has been a proven leader in the creation of master planned communities in Placer County. The principal leaders of Westpark bring more than 100 years of real estate experience to each project. Westpark has successfully developed several regional projects through community collaboration, by being environmentally sensitive and using innovative land management practices.

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