The site was farmed in the 1960’s and used for cattle in the 1990’s as adjacent properties were being developed for residential use. Over the years this property has moved from developer to developer until settling as a master planned community for Tri Point Homes. At each step, Geocon performed more detailed reporting such as infiltration and liquefaction studies as building codes changed over the years. Grading began in late 2018 and homes start to become available in early 2020. The final design includes 245 detached cluster homes, duplex and triplex homes and attached townhomes. The development will also have a spacious clubhouse with pool, spa, dining area and integrated trails and footpaths.
Geocon’s initial involvement with the 22-acre Rancho Soleo project located near the Pechanga Casino began in 2005 when we prepared an update geotechnical investigation and continues todaywith testing and observation during construction.
Interesting fact: The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians that own the neighboring Pechanga Casino has called the Temecula valley home for more than 10,000 years.