Builder: “California Infill Developer Brandywine Plans 4 New SoCal Communities”

January 21st, 2020

Closes out 2019 with $66 million in revenue.

Home from sold-out Newbury community in Yorba Linda, California.










Brandywine Homes, an infill developer in Southern California, closed 95 homes, opened four new communities and sold out in four communities in Southern California for total annual revenue of $66 million in 2019. The home builder plans to open four new communities throughout Orange and Los Angeles counties in 2020.

“With our continued focus on moderately priced homes in under-served locations, Brandywine Homes wrapped up another solid year in 2019,” said Dave Barisic, principal in charge of sales and marketing at Brandywine Homes. “In 2020, we look to continue this trend and aim to grow both revenues and closings.”

In 2019, Brandywine opened Saddle Creek, 28 detached homes in San Dimas; Candlewood Villas, 53 golf course-view townhomes in Whittier; Oliva, 25 three-story townhomes in Duarte; and Treviso, 23 luxury townhomes in Anaheim.

Brandywine’s 2019 sold-out projects are as follows: Newbury, 15 estate homes in Yorba Linda; Bradbury, 45 detached homes in La Puente; Riverdale, 131 detached homes in Long Beach; and Palmera, 23 luxury townhomes in Baldwin Park.

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