Townhomes in the final two phases of Tejon34
in LoHi hit the market Jan. 29 with prices ranging from $750,000 to $1.25 million.
Developed by River Meadow LLC, the front doors and porches of residences in Tejon34 face the street or a courtyard, offering residents the opportunity to connect with the surrounding community.
"Homes that have design sensitivity to the neighborhood sell for more per square foot than homes that have less thoughtful design," says Paul Tamburello, broker/owner of Generator Real Estate, which is marketing the property in conjunction with Red Chair Realty Advisors.
In all, Tejon34 has 20 townhomes and eight condos surrounding a courtyard. The 24-foot-wide residences at the corner of West 34th Avenue and Tejon Street range in size from 1,872 square feet to 2,928 square feet and feature energy-efficient systems combined with environmentally sensitive, locally sourced materials, including brick, stone and steel."
"We could have built more on the site, but we thought the responsible way to design the project was to give our residents a place to gather and interact with each other," says Ray Kawano, managing partner of River Meadow. "The townhomes give buyers a contemporary urban living option in the heart of a culturally diverse neighborhood that has a blend of restaurants, shops and community events."
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