Brookfield Residential, Richmond American Homes, D.R. Horton, and KB Home will be highlighted by the grand opening of the Delaney Park's lake and the 12 model homes in five residential collections now selling.
DeNova Homes announced Wednesday that Delaney Park, a new master-planned community along the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta in Oakley, California, will host a grand opening this Saturday, February 8th, 2020 from 11 AM to 4 PM.
The celebration, in partnership with the master plan’s nationally recognized home builder partners—D.R. Horton, KB Home, Brookfield Residential and Richmond American Homes – will be highlighted by the grand opening of the community’s parks, lake and the 12 model homes in five residential collections now selling.
At completion, Delaney Park will include up to 581 single-family residences centered around a recently completed lake that anchors community amenities including playgrounds, tot lots, bocce ball and basketball courts, barbecue pits and picnic areas aimed at attracting home buyers looking for a suburban lifestyle with more space and attainably priced homes.
During the grand opening celebration, interested home shoppers will have the opportunity to tour the furnished model homes, community park, playground, lake, trails and more. The event will feature food, drinks, family fun activities and live music played by 95.3 KRTY Radio. KRTY will also be providing two free tickets to the 2020 Country Megaticket, which will be awarded through a giveaway contest on-site.
“Delaney Park is ideal for the increasing number of home buyers who are priced out of most Bay Area markets but are searching for more affordable options with plenty of space, an abundance of lifestyle amenities and access to great public schools,” said Ann Marie Olson, vice president of sales and marketing for DeNova Homes. “Our builders have been attracting a variety of families who want to achieve the dream of home ownership while maintaining a close connection to the strong job markets and culture of San Francisco and Sacramento, which is even more possible with the recent completion of the Antioch BART extension. We look forward to showcasing all that Delaney Park has to offer during our grand opening celebration.”
The neighborhoods of Delaney Park feature a wide range of architectural styles, from Traditional and Farmhouse to Prairie and Spanish with prices ranging from the high $400,000s to the high $500,000s. Single and two-story floor plans will incorporate open living concepts that encourage togetherness and flexibility with additional plan options for lofts and downstairs bedrooms.
The model homes in the following Delaney Park neighborhoods that are actively open and selling:
Northpoint by D.R. Horton, a collection of residences designed by OAG Architects, ranging from 1,631 to 2,261 square feet with up to four bedrooms and three baths. Prices begin in the high $400,000s.
Westerly by KB Home, a neighborhood of single-family detached homes designed by OAG Architects, featuring 1,803 to 2,475 square feet with up to five bedrooms and up to three baths. Prices begin in the low $500,000s.
Easton by Brookfield Residential offers single-family homes designed by OAG Architects, ranging from approximately 2,374 to 2,803 square feet with up to five bedrooms and three and one-half baths. Prices start in the mid $500,000s.
Southport by Brookfield Residential offers single-family homes designed by Woodley Architectural Group, ranging from approximately 2,100 to 3,547 square feet with up to six bedrooms and four and one-half baths. Prices start in the mid $500,000s.
A fifth neighborhood, Middlefield by Richmond American Homes, will be opening its sales trailer in early February with model homes set to open in the following months. Middlefield will offer single-family residences, ranging from approximately 2,160 to 3,280 square feet with up to 6 beds and 4 baths. Prices will start in the mid $500,000s.
In addition to the wealth of amenities within Delaney Park, residents of the community will enjoy an abundance of natural beauty and outdoor recreation in the heart of the Delta region. The community sits directly south of 1,166 acres of preserved wetlands that includes the city’s largest park, the Dutch Slough Community Park. Also close by is the Big Break Shoreline Nature Park and Marina which offers boating and kayaking for family fun and fishing. Miles of hiking and biking trails can be enjoyed near Delaney Park at Marsh Creek Park, Anza Regional Park or Mount Diablo.