Multifamily real estate developer Wood Partners has broken ground of Alta Cuvee, located in Rancho Cucamonga, California.

Situated within the Inland Empire, Alta Cuvee represents Wood Partners’ second development within the area, which is claimed to have been witnessing one of the highest growth rates in the US.

The residential project is slated to open in late 2024 with pre-leasing in Fall 2024.

Wood Partners managing director Joe Gambill said: “As the Inland Empire continues to experience a massive amount of growth and development, we are excited to break ground on our second Wood Partners residential community—Alta Cuvee.

“Alta Cuvee is being developed on the heels of the very successful Wood Partners developed community, Alta Upland. We are thrilled to continue expanding in the Inland Empire.”

Situated in Rancho Cucamonga at the intersection of Foothill Boulevard and Etiwanda, Alta Cuvee will have access to several major employers, including XPO Logistics, Kimberly-Clark, Amazon and several major hospitals.

Furthermore, the residential project is also close to Victoria Gardens, a 1.5 million ft2 open air entertainment and shopping centre.

Following completion, Alta Cuvee will provide 260 apartment homes comprising one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans.

All the homes will come with high-end finishes including stainless steel kitchen appliances and front-load washer and dryer sets, as well as wood-style flooring in main living spaces.

Alta Cuvee will provide various amenities, including a resort-style pool with a tanning deck and spa, outdoor fire pits and BBQ areas, bike storage areas and an on-site pet park.

Among the community amenities at the project include an indoor clubhouse with an entertainment kitchen, fitness centre with a yoga suite, business centre and conference room, and commercial retail spaces.

The project also features multiple courtyards with gardens to enable socialising.


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