Del Webb to Build 240 Homes at Terramor in Southern California

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By Mary Salmonsen

Forestar Toscana Development Company, a joint venture between developer Foremost Companies and an affiliate of investor Starwood Capital Group, have announced that PulteGroup’s Del Webb brand will be building the first two neighborhoods in Terramor, a 961-acre master-planned community in Temescal Valley, near Corona, California. Taken together, Cortina and Ardena by Del Webb will contain 240 new 55+ homes, which will range from 1,579 to 2,172 square feet in size.

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Over the course of his 30-year career, Michael Anderson has worked in the residential development industry in the Pacific Northwest, Northern California and Southern California. He has acquired residential land in excess of $300M for both land development and homebuilding entities and has overseen the construction of approximately 2500 homes. Currently, in semi-retirement, and based out of Newport Beach, CA, Michael continues to invest in and stay abreast of the land markets.

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