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2006 News Items

Summer, 2006: Close Encounters: Developers and home buyers gravitate toward dense suburban communities
Developer Magazine

In suburbs across the nation, smart residential devlopers are moving away from large-lot communities and building more compact neighborhoods to satisfy a growing need amoung Americans. "Ten years ago there was no such thing as a compact suburban development, but we're all realizing that denser communities allow people to spend more time outside and less time in their cars, making them happier and healthier," notes Rudy A. Kadlub, CEO of Wilsonville, Ore — based Costa Pacific Communities.     Read More

June 22, 2006: City Of Wilsonville Approves Costa Pacific Communities' Plans For Villebois Village Center

WILSONVILLE, Ore. - Costa Pacific Communities, a leader in mixed-use, smart growth development and master planner of Villebois, received approval on June 19 from the City of Wilsonville for the 55-acre heart of the new community - the Village Center. The European-inspired Village Center will include residences, retail locations, event space and parks to create a unique social and community center for Villebois. Architectural designs and parks and open spaces have also been approved by the city, marking a major milestone and the next phase for the Villebois community. Costa Pacific will break ground later this summer.     Read More

June 9, 2006: Wilsonville Company Recognized for Farsighted Urban Forestry Planning

Costa Pacific Communities, a construction company based out of Wilsonville, was recognized for its foresight and work with tree preservation by urban forestry professionals attending the 2006 Urban and Community Forestry Conference in Salem last week. The company was recognized with a State Urban Forestry award ("development" category) for its work in development and planning; particularly, for saving large, mature, healthy trees, and creating a system of parks and trails within the 500-acre "Villebois" community in Wilsonville.     Read More

March 28, 2006: Costa Pacific Communities, High Street Residential Selected To Develop Two Sacramento Transit-Oriented Communities

WILSONVILLE, Ore. - Costa Pacific Communities and High Street Residential, a subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, were selected by Sacramento Regional Transit, (SRT), to develop two transit-oriented communities at the Butterfield and Power Inn light rail stations. Costa Pacific, a national leader in master planning and mixed-use, smart growth development, and High Street, a top developer dedicated to creating user-friendly urban neighborhoods, have joined forces to develop these two high-density, mixed-use communities.     Read More