Birch Hills
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Birch Hills Apartment Homes, adjacent to the Birch Hills Golf Course, is a 115 garden-style apartment homes within the new La Floresta master-planned Community developed by Birch / Kraemer, LLC. The new property encompasses eight three-story buildings, and one recreation building, arranged around central courtyards and linked by tree-lined pedestrian-friendly landscaped walks. Birch Hills provides 22 one-bedroom, 46 two-bedroom, and 47 three-bedroom apartments for families earning between 30% and 60% of the Orange County Area Median Income (AMI). The Spanish-influenced architecture features tuck-under garages for each apartment along with additional surface parking areas for residents and guests.

Birch Hills includes a 4,400 square-foot community recreation center as well as landscaped community spaces for outdoor recreation. The building amenities feature a management office, seminar room, conference room, media room, community kitchen, computer lab and classroom space. Outdoor amenities include a pool, spa, barbecue areas, tot lots and community vegetable garden.

Jamboree's resident services group, Housing with Heart, complements Jamboree's belief in creating communities that provide opportunities and resources for residents to enrich the quality of family life. Resident services are specifically tailored to meet the unique needs of Birch Hills residents. These programs include activities such as homework assistance and tutoring for young people plus community-building activities for all residents. An onsite program coordinator assists residents in accessing local community services.

In Jamboree's ongoing commitment to sustainability, Birch Hills is certified LEED* (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) for Homes Platinum, its highest rating.

*The LEED Green Building Rating System is the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high-performance green buildings. LEED promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.

This community rated:

55 out of 100

Walk Score