DeNova Homes, a homebuilding industry in California, has started supporting architecture students from Orange Coast College in an educational event. President Alan Toffoli addressed 40 students from Orange Coast College on his campsite and provided an on-site trip of two modeled homes and of Aura, a construction site for a new home complex in Costa Mesa. Learn more: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/denova-homes-hosts-orange-coast-college-architecture-students-300544974.html
Allan Taffoli feels that supporting OCC is a way to give back to the community, while also giving an opportunity for future talents to flourish. The residential homes are designed to fit into the Orange County and its coastal line. The homes have three floors with three or four bedrooms on each floor. The yard of a single home is around 2000 square feet, with a garage for two cars and a parking drive. The front yard has three elevations with modern farmhouse, plantation and Spanish themes of the landscape. The inside of the homes include a hand-made designer tile floors covering the entrance, the kitchen, the bath, the countertops, and the designer cabinets. The finishes for the homes are chosen by the buyers from a large list of options that contribute to the individual feel of the home. The prices of the homes begin at $800,000.
Close to the Pacific Ocean, beach lovers can enjoy going to the beach in minutes. Costa Mesa also offers many sports events, famous shopping centers, and entertainment opportunities.
DeNova Homes has been in the homebuilding branch for more than 25 years. Being a private company, each community is served individually with unique designs of construction, tailored towards the specifics of the area. DeNova Homes provides communities with homes that reinforce their original spark.
The college supported by DeNova, OCC, is a community college in the United States founded in 1947. A local neighbor of Costa Mesa, Orange Coast College has exceptional educational facilities with a great technology upgrade on their education. The college gives opportunities to choose among 135 programs among which are the best public nautical programs. OCC is the first community college of choice in Orange County, California.