A new community set on over 75 acres is now taking shape at the intersection of Whittier Boulevard and Philadelphia Street. This historic site, a former state facility with citrus and walnut groves, is transforming into Whittier’s new must-have address. Modern neighborhoods, resort-style recreation, meandering trails, plus hip and convenient retail will mark a location that is both storied and vibrant. Stay up to date and register your interest for The Groves, a fresh new place growing in a historic space.
Brookfield Residential and Lennar will debut new home designs appealing to your sensibilities and style. Innovative floorplans with roomy living areas, smart amenities and must-have features mean lots of choices to fit your lifestyle. The Groves will include 561 new attached and detached homes, as well as future apartment opportunities.
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Resort-style amenities, thoughtful outdoor spaces and community events will make life here exciting. Residents will enjoy sparkling swimming pools, a splash and play area for kids, and a private recreation center, set in a historic building, to socialize with friends. Dogs will even have their own park to mingle, and a winding community trail will offer a scenic pathway to explore Whittier’s history.
Life at The Groves will engage and inspire you with refreshing style and convenience. Brand new retail experiences are taking shape just steps from home. You’ll also be delighted with craft restaurants and trendy retail in the community’s renovated historic buildings. Plus, The Groves is just minutes from charming shopping and eclectic dining options in Uptown Whittier.
The Groves community plan transforms the 126-year-old former Whittier State School and Correctional Facility into homes, retail, recreational facilities and community-serving uses. Agriculture, including orchards, were an integral part of the facility until its redevelopment in the late 1950s/early 1960s. Highlights include the restoration of four existing buildings built in the 1920s and 1930s and repurposing those buildings into productive re-use as part of the retail and residential areas. Community developer Brookfield Residential worked closely with the City of Whittier and a wide range of community stakeholders to achieve a development plan that preserves the site’s primary historic properties while creating an economic engine for City revenues in the form of commercial and residential development.