Terramor Masterplan on I-15 Corridor Breaks Ground

Terramor Masterplan on I-15 Corridor Breaks Ground

The 1,443 home Terramor masterplan broke ground this week. Consisting of a mix of age-qualified and market rate units, the large-scale community in the South Corona region of the Inland Empire, along the I-15 corridor, is a large bet on the recovery of the Inland Empire by developer Foremost Communities and equity partner Starwood Capital Group. Set on 1,000 acres across 16 neighborhoods, the homes will have classic Mediterranean architectural styles and two separate master amenities – one for the 55+ cohort and one for all age groups.

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Steve Devorak is a former Director of Land Acquisition and Project Manager with extensive experience in the Southern California land market.

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