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Stock Custom Homes reaches nearly $ 100 million in year-to-date sales

Stock Custom Homes, the custom home construction division of Stock Development, is poised to break company records as it nears $ 100 million in sales so far in 2021. This achievement is a testament to for the quality of the company’s craftsmanship, its dedication to excellence and its successful expansion into luxury locations throughout Florida.

“The sales momentum we’ve experienced has been exceptional,” commented Matt Sellick, President of Stock Custom Homes. “I am incredibly proud of our team and their hard work to maintain our reputation for building quality custom homes during such a busy time.

Stock Custom Homes continues to impress at WildBlue, a one-of-a-kind planned community nestled between Naples and Fort Myers, as interested homebuyers are drawn to luxurious lakefront living and newly offered amenities and activities. The business offers a unique opportunity to the discerning buyer with only a few selected real estate lots with breathtaking views. Stock previously sold an estate based on the Sophia III floor plan prior to completion in the community. Three other areas are currently in development.

The company’s footprint is also growing on the east coast, with several luxury residences in the Wellington area. Stock Custom Homes recently sold two estates in Wellington, one in the exclusive Palm Beach Polo Golf and Country Club and the other in Mallet Hill, for a total of $ 22 million. Additionally, an incredible oceanfront estate with a private beach at 916 S. Ocean Boulevard is priced at $ 59 million and is slated for completion this summer.

“Stock Custom Homes really set the standard for what luxury living should be, and we’ve proven ourselves as one of the elite custom home builders in all of Florida,” Sellick commented.

Stock Development is now celebrating 20 years as Southwest Florida’s preeminent home builder and one of Florida’s fastest growing development companies. Its superb craftsmanship, originality, and vibrant outdoor living designs are hallmarks of distinct communities from Naples to Sarasota and the East Coast. For more information on Stock Custom Homes, visit stockcustomhomes.com or call 239-249-6400. |

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Santa Ana officials reject sale of Cypress fire station amid outcry, sparking potential for public use https://wallmountsplus.com/santa-ana-officials-reject-sale-of-cypress-fire-station-amid-outcry-sparking-potential-for-public-use/ https://wallmountsplus.com/santa-ana-officials-reject-sale-of-cypress-fire-station-amid-outcry-sparking-potential-for-public-use/#respond Wed, 21 Jul 2021 14:07:44 +0000 https://wallmountsplus.com/santa-ana-officials-reject-sale-of-cypress-fire-station-amid-outcry-sparking-potential-for-public-use/

A decrepit but historic fire station building in an underserved neighborhood of Santa Ana will not fall into private ownership just yet, reviving hope among community leaders that the building can become a utility hub.

It comes after residents have expressed outrage over a number of recent closed-door negotiations over the sale of land around the building between the Santa Ana City Hall and the house-building company TR Customs, apparently initiated by the previous tip.

[Read: City Effort to Sell Off Historic Santa Ana Fire Station Stokes Community Backlash]

The Cypress Fire Hall – also known as Fire Hall # 4 – is possibly the city’s first and oldest fire hall, located in the Eastside / Pacific Park neighborhood.

It is one of the last public buildings in the region.

Now, the current city council has decided to reject the sale of the land to TR Customs altogether, in a closed-door unanimous vote on Tuesday, according to a disclosure at the start of the day’s public session by city prosecutor Sonia. Carvalho:

“The board would like staff to explore the use of this site for community-based programs, and also requested additional security to ensure the property is preserved during this time when they consider other options.”

Officials did not publicly say Tuesday how much money was being offered to purchase the property. Board member Thai Viet Phan, in a text message after the meeting, said the offer was $ 120,000 while the building’s appraisal value was $ 356,000.


Selica Diaz, a leader in the Pacific Park neighborhood, has been a frontline advocate for the return of the fire station to public control.

She and others have a number of ideas on how to use the building as a community center – it could accommodate senior services, or an iteration of Police Athletic & Police’s after-school youth program. Santa Ana Police Department Activity League (PAAL), or a “family justice center.”

Such a center, similar to the one located inside the headquarters of the Santa Ana Police Department, “would be very useful for people in our community as there are people here who are suffering from domestic violence, so that they can get more information and help, ”Diaz said in an interview after Carvahlo’s announcement.

She added that a police station, even something as small as a computer and a desk in the building, would help solve what she claims are significant public safety issues in the area.