Hesperia’s Tapestry Project a Focus of Building Industry Event

As mentioned in the Victorville Daily Press, April 17, 2019, the master-planned community of Tapestry was one of the topics spotlighted during the 3rd Annual High Desert Luncheon hosted by the Building Industry Association of Southern California, Baldy View Chapter. Community, civic and industry leaders gathered at the Hilton Garden Inn in Victorville to hear insights from Home Builder Discussion panelists that included Terra Verde Group Director of Development John Ohanian, who oversees the Tapestry project. Ohanian’s slide presentation included highlights of the 15,663-unit project, built in phases over 20 to 25 years in southeast Hesperia and constructed with sustainability in mind. Ohanian said the project will feature solar energy, water recycling, xeriscape and walkable neighborhoods. The Tapestry director also said the company will spend roughly $60 million dollars in road and infrastructure improvement. Tapestry is in the engineering process, which should be completed sometime this year. The City of Hesperia is expected to receive grading plans early next year. Construction of Phase One, which involves 2,100 homes being built on the northern end of the project near Ranchero Road, should begin sometime in 2022, the city said.

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