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Over 100 sales at Civita in '14 first half

Civita, the 230-acre urban-style community on a former quarry in Mission Valley, sold 105 attached and detached homes in the first half of 2014.

In the first half of 2013, with only two neighborhoods open, there were 46 sales at Civita, a development of Sudberry Properties in concert with the Grant family, which has owned the quarry site since the early 1900s.

Seventeen homes were sold at Lucent (photo), a neighborhood of five-story buildings with single-story flats and two-story penthouses ranging from 1,457 to 1,878 square feet priced in the mid-$500,000s.

The final 23 homes were sold at Altana, a neighborhood of 45 single-family detached homes by TRI Pointe Homes.

The two- and three-story homes were priced from the mid $600,000s.

Shea Homes San Diego sold a total of 82 homes at its five neighborhoods in Civita in the first six months.

At its 200-home Origen neighborhood, Shea sold 23 homes at socialGarden and four homes at skyLoft.

Origen features three- and four-story, loft-style townhomes priced from the low $500,000s.

At the Frame & Focus neighborhoods, Shea sold 16 homes at Frame, which features motor court homes with two-car garages, and 22 homes at Focus, which features two- to three-bedroom row homes.

These homes range from approximately 1,300 to 2,000 square feet and are priced from the high $400,000s.

Later this year Sudberry is planning to start construction on 19-acre Civita Park.

Civita calls for 4,780 residential homes and apartments, approximately 480,000 square feet for a retail center and 420,000 square feet for an office/business campus.

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