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Paseo La Jolla townhomes complete

Construction is complete at Paseo La Jolla, the new 24-unit luxury townhome community on nearly 28,000 square feet at the corner of Herschel and Pearl in La Jolla.

The developer has also opened a new two-bedroom, three-bath model home and sales center at 1056 Pearl St., Suite 23, in La Jolla.

The enclave, one of the first new home communities to open in the village in years, is outfitted with California Coastal style architecture with Craftsman, stucco and stone accents.

“Fifty percent of the homes have already sold and move-ins have begun,” said Brad Termini, co-CEO of Zephyr Partners, the developer.

The majority of the homes include private rooftop terraces. Each home has a fireplace; 9-foot-high ceilings in the living and dining rooms, and master suites; and an attached side-by-side, two-car garage. 

Priced from the low $700,000s to just over $1 million, the floor plans range from 1,000 to over 1,600 square feet with one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans.

Adjacent to the homes are redesigned walls, created by Dance Chapin, co-CEO of Zephyr Partners.

He joined forces with the NewSchool of Architecture & Design in San Diego, and devised a contest in which students were invited to camouflage walls facing Paseo La Jolla with designs.

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