Some of the people we’ve talked to as we reach out to La Habra residents to explain our plans for Rancho La Habra may be surprised that there is actually a case to made for new homes in La Habra. Many we talk to are excited by the addition of beautiful new homes and the … Continue reading A Case for New Homes at Rancho La Habra→
As Southern Californians once again hope for rain as the annual wet season unfolds, another “drought” that has lasted much longer and does even more harm to the regional economy continues its grip: The housing crisis. There are just not enough homes to house Southern California’s growing population. The housing crisis is so severe that … Continue reading SoCal’s Other Drought – Its Serious Housing Shortage→
Westridge Golf Club uses an average of approximately 90 million gallons of potable (drinking) water annually for irrigation. The projected water use of Rancho La Habra is just 57 million gallons of water a year, and the 33 million gallons of water saved is enough to meet the annual water needs of more than 200 La Habra families.
The proposed new residential community of Rancho La Habra is in the early phases of review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), a law that is widely regarded as the most thorough and transparent environmental law in the nation.
Here are the essential design features and public benefits of the proposed Lennar Homes new community of Rancho La Habra: Situated on the current 151-acre site of Westridge Golf Club in southern La Habra, between Harbor Boulevard and Idaho Street Would include 448 homes, in a mix of single-family homes and townhomes. 59% of the site … Continue reading Quick Facts – Rancho La Habra→