published on March 15, 2017 - 5:07 AM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

Visalia’s first fully solar-powered apartment complex is open.

Montecito Apartment Homes is accepting tenant applications to fill the first 80 one-to-three bedroom luxury apartments in what will be a 168-unit complex in the city’s northwest area.

Construction on the second phase of the complex is scheduled to begin this summer.

“Inspired by Santa Barbara-style architecture, Montecito brings chic apartment living combined with amenities commonly found in luxury communities in the Bay Area or Southern California,” states a press release from the project’s developers, Paloma Development and Ginder Development.

Amenities include a pool, a 24-hour fitness facility, garages, and washers and dryers in each apartment.

The complex, at 1137 N. Woodland Street, is close to the Visalia Country Club and the Goshen Avenue Trail.
Rents range from $1,250 to $1,978 a month.

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