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urbanize.LA: “New Houses to Open in Long Beach”

September 5th, 2017

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Riverdale will be located south of a future 3.3-acre public park.

by Steven Sharp on September 05, 2017, 4:58PM

Brandywine Homes and Integral Communities have completed construction for Riverdale, a new development of single family homes in Long Beach.

The project, located on a formerly vacant on the east bank of the L.A. River, consists of 131 detached houses, with three- and four-bedroom floor plans between 1,925 and 2,242 square feet.  Each dwelling includes large kitchens, walk-in closets and interior laundry rooms.

The houses, which start in the low $600,000s, will be located near a 3.3-acre park that Brandywine is planning nearby at 4951 Oregon Avenue.  The new green space, which is to be named the C. David Molina Park, will include walking paths, fitness stations and athletic fields.

Brandywine recently broke ground on a new collection of townhomes in Buena Park.

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The Grunion Gazette: “North Long Beach’s Riverdale Model Homes Ready For Public Walkthrough “

September 5th, 2017

By Ashleigh Ruhl
Contributor   Sep 3, 2017

A couple of model homes, surrounded by a bustling construction zone, stand at the former 11-acre Will J. Reid Boy Scout Camp.

Ready for its public debut, the Riverdale housing development’s official grand opening is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 9, where the public will be invited into first few complete homes for the first time, according to Orange County-based Brandywine Homes and Integral Communities developers. It’s just a small glimpse of what’s to come, with a total of 131 homes set to be built within a new gated complex at 4747 Daisy Ave. Read More >

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Five Apps for House Hunting: Let Your Fingers Do The Buying

September 4th, 2017

If you own a smartphone, you already have a powerful house-hunting tool in your pocket. Check out these apps for both the IOS or Android phones, and you could soon be moving into the place of your dreams.

1. Doorsteps Swipe

Turn house hunting into a fun game with Doorsteps Swipe, which is powered by Realtor.com. Set up a personal profile detailing your home preferences and your current lifestyle. Or, you can specify an area in which to look. Then check out the suggested homes offered to you. Swipe through the pics and give each one a Like or a pass. The app slowly learns your preferences, so you begin to see only homes that meet your needs. Read More >

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