West Park at Civita, a San Diego neighborhood in the Mission Valley area of San Diego, was honored with one of the nation’s top architectural awards: the Gold Award for Best Architectural Design of an Attached Community” at The Nationals, a competition sponsored by The National Association of Home Builders and presented at the organization’s convention in Orlando, Florida, last week. The annual competition received 1,100 entries.
Architects for the 230-acre urban village are Newman Garrison + Partners.
The 612-unit West Park community, which opened in 2015, has been lauded for its resort-style amenities, sustainable features and stylish architecture. Sudberry Properties, San Diego is the developer
Notable amenities in the non-smoking community include a 22-seat theater plush stadium seating; three distinctive saltwater pools, roof deck lounges with large-scale TVs, private park with a half-mile jogging trail, 10,000-square-foot recreation center and fitness club, dog washing station, an intimate card/game room and an indoor/outdoor club room with demonstration kitchen.
Sustainable features include a high-efficiency irrigation system, water sense fixtures, construction recycling program and solar electric system.
Stylishly designed apartments, ranging from 546-square-foot loft-style studios to 1,355- square-foot three-bedroom, two-bath flats, offer open plans, quality finishes and urban-style architecture. Monthly rents start at $1,700.
West Park’s amenities are complemented by an on-site concierge and an extensive calendar of community events that range from cooking classes to DIY workshops, happy hours, brunches, and regular food truck visits.
Additionally, a fitness director organizes fitness classes six days a week, including yoga, POP Pilates, spin, Zumba and boot camp.
“The combination of a beautiful resort-style environment and fun, engaging activities make for a real community,” said Colton Sudberry, president of Sudberry Properties. “We believe we have established a new benchmark for luxury apartment living in the San Diego region – and an array of architectural judges from across the country agree with us,” he said.