Learn to Live Outside the Box
Walkable Urban Neighborhoods are the New Bay Area Norm
New Downtown Living Options in Walnut Creek and Lafayette
Following in the footsteps of the immensely successful Lenox Homes project Cole Avenue in downtown Walnut Creek, dubbed the “Tesla of condos” in Builder and Developer Magazine, Lenox Homes has announced the groundbreaking of THREE and SIX, its latest boutique communities in downtown Walnut Creek and Lafayette.
These 2 modern home collections embody the new Bay Area – where walkable neighborhoods combine with the best of an approachable, modern luxury.
The 4-story THREE community will sit high atop Trinity Avenue in Downtown Walnut Creek, with 12 two-bedroom flats ranging from approximately 1,500 to 1,700 sq ft., all with views of the City or Mt. Diablo. And if location is the measure of any successful community, THREE is just a short walk to BART and access to the entire Bay Area, as well as the luxury shopping of Broadway Plaza and eclectic dining of Downtown Walnut Creek.
According to Dan Freeman, President of Lenox Homes, “The homes have been designed for the move down buyers seeking an urban life style in the new generation of maintenance free smart homes.”
If THREE is the sexy 2 door sports car, SIX is it’s just as sexy, but more family-friendly model – with an extra door or two. Designed as a quaint enclave of six homes, you get the best of both worlds – small neighborhood charm, plus the conveniences of Lafayette’s ever-evolving downtown, plus ideally situated in the the Lafayette School District, which ranks in the top 2% in California.
An early interest list is forming for those wanting additional information and to view the different floor plans. Lenox Homes has already received several inquiries due to the desirable downtown locations, the large home sizes and the views offered from the homes and expects the project to be sold out before construction is completed.