|September 17, 2021|
SoCal’s newest population and economic center
RANCHO CUCAMONGA – (INT) – Ground was broken Tuesday on an 867-unit next generation housing community.
Homecoming at The Resort is one of the largest communities of its kind in Southern California that will be situated adjacent to the Rancho Cucamonga Metrolink station in the HART District.
Initial construction on the $300 million-plus project will feature state-of-the-art, highly energy-efficient rental homes ranging from 775-2,300 square feet.
Expansion could include an underground tunnel that would use zero-emission vehicles to transport passengers to and from Ontario International Airport; a high-speed rail to and from Las Vegas; the Arrow line extending from Redlands to Los Angeles and featuring zero-emission passenger trains; and the West Valley Connector, a zero-emission bus rapid-transit system.
“The future of California is right here, and with Homecoming, we’re offering a preview of what that future looks like,” said Randall Lewis, Executive Vice President for Lewis Management Corp., the project developer.
Story Date: September 14, 2021