Residents wanted a place in their backyard that can be their local hangout.David Wilhelm, Restauranteur
The center offers a mix of lifestyle shopping needs in a walkable setting, reducing emissions and vehicle miles for nearby residents.
High-performance building design significantly reduces energy consumption, water consumption, and greenhouse gas emissions.
"Oasis," a $2.5 million public art sculpture by artist Douglas Hollis, connects past to future.
The sculpture's undulating pieces invoke the early days of settlement, as well as the future of sustainable energy.
A tiered amphitheater makes a stunning gathering area for the community to listen to live music and enjoy an afternoon or evening outside.
The Village at La Floresta makes grocery, entertainment, and other lifestyle options available to local residents all in the same spot. Retailers are chosen based on the needs of the surrounding community.
A centralized shopping and living space creates a stronger sense of connectivity for the neighborhoods that surround the property.