Sun Country Builders has constructed or renovated more than 100 projects.
Let us introduce you to some of them.

MULTIFAMILY NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION

WASHINGTON STREET APARTMENTS

La Quinta, California

Developer: Coachella Valley Housing Coalition
Project notes: Completed 2019

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LAS CORTES

Oxnard, California

Developer: UHC Communities
Project notes: Redevelopment of a low-density, single-story development into 144 comfortable and energy-efficient townhomes and apartments in two- and three-story buildings.

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NORTH PARK SENIORS

San Diego, California

Developer: Community HousingWorks
Project notes: San Diego’s First LGBT-Affirming Senior Community

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IOWA STREET SENIORS

San Diego, California

Developer: San Diego Interfaith Housing Foundation
Project notes: 120 Apartment homes over on-grade parking

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BRISAS DE PAZ

Desert Hot Springs, California

Developer: Coachella Valley Housing

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MISSION COVE SENIORS

Oceanside, California

Developer: Community HousingWorks

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BRIGHTON PLACE

Poway, California

Developer: San Diego Interfaith Housing

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VILLA HERMOSA
(FORMERLY FRED YOUNG FARM WORKER APARTMENTS)

Indio, California

Developer: Coachella Valley Housing Coalition
Project Notes: Construction of 85 family apartments and community amenities.

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NORTH SANTA FE APARTMENTS

Vista, California

Developer: Community HousingWorks
Project notes:  Family apartments on a podium deck over semi-subterranean parking.

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MULTIFAMILY NEW CONSTRUCTION AND HISTORIC RENOVATION

HOME FRONT AT CAMP ANZA

Riverside, California

Developer: Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation
Project notes: New construction of 35 homes for service-disabled veterans, and restoration of a neglected WWII officers’ club into a community building.
Awards: Governors Award for Historic Preservation; Gold Nugget Award for Historical Preservation

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MULTIFAMILY RENOVATION

TRIANGLE TERRACE

Orange, California

Developer: Reiner Communities
Project notes: Rehabilitation and renovation of a senior housing project with a vulnerable resident population
Demolition and replacement of all siding; retrofit of sprinkler systems; one day renovations of unit kitchens, baths, and flooring; renovations of common areas, corridors, and community space.

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AVOCADO COURT APARTMENTS

Vista, California

Developer: Community HousingWorks
Project Notes: Transformed 4 vacant single family homes into a vibrant residential community with 36 apartments, a community center, and a large organic garden.  Eight apartments are set aside as permanent supportive housing for disabled veterans.  The innovative community building incorporates geothermal heating and cooling.

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CORONADO SENIOR APARTMENTS

Coronado, California

Developer: San Diego Interfaith Housing
Project Notes: Thirty senior apartments with tuck-under parking surrounding a lovely courtyard.

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MULTIFAMILY RENOVATION

MANZANITA (FORMERLY CYPRESS COVE)

Escondido, California

Developer: Community HousingWorks
Project notes: Renovation and preservation of 200 apartments.

The rehabilitation added new energy saving elements, including energy-efficient windows, a photovoltaic system, and domestic solar hot water. New site features including a large BBQ and picnic area and a fenced soccer field with artificial turf.
It was a complete renovation of the 1,864 sq. ft. community center, and the addition of a computer lab and a full community kitchen for community-wide events.

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Multifamily RENOVATION

COACHELLA COMMUNITY HOMES

Coachella, California

Owner: Coachella Valley Housing Coalition
Project notes: 
Deep renovation of 100 units on ten acres and the additions of site amenities.

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MULTIFAMILY RENOVATION

LOS ROBLES

Vista, California

Owner: Community HousingWorks
Project Notes: Reworking of site utilities, construction of new community building, and heavy renovation of large family apartments.

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Multifamily RENOVATION

ORANGEWOOD APARTMENTS

Sherman Oaks, California

Owner: WNC
Project notes: Extensive compaction grouting to stabilize subterranean conditions below a 3-stories over a podium deck; renovation of units including new kitchens and baths with tenants in place.

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SUNRISE TERRACE I & II

Hesperia, California

Developer: KDF Communities
Project Notes: Construction of 175 family apartments.

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SOLARA APARTMENTS

Poway, California

Developer: Community HousingWorks
Project Notes: The first net-zero apartment community in the nation, recognized by the California Energy Commission as the first Zero Energy New Home (ZENH).  Fifty-six family apartments.  Solara won numerous national awards including an Urban Land Institute Award of Excellence and the Pacific Coast Building Conference Gold Nugget Grand Award.   Designed and developed before the existence of the LEED for Homes program, Solara is recognized nationally for its innovative design.

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Multifamily RENOVATION

WILLOW WOOD APARTMENTS / DENNY PLACE APARTMENTS

North Hollywood, California

Owner: Hampstead Companies
Project notes: Seismic retrofits and renovation of 60 family apartments with tenants in place.

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CASA DE LA VILLA

Corona, California

Developer: KDF Communities
Project Notes: 75-unit family apartment community in a new master planned civic center in the city of Corona.