New KTGY-Designed Townhomes Introduce Rooftop Decks to Downtown Dublin

OAKLAND, Calif. – (RealEstateRama) — International award-winning firm KTGY Architecture + Planning and national award-winning homebuilder Trumark Homes announce Perch, a collection of townhomes with innovative floor plans that create a brand-new transit-oriented urban village on 2.7 acres in the heart of downtown Dublin, California.

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Located close to the BART station and downtown retail, Perch is attracting buyers who seek a more spacious, amenitized life outside of the city but in a hip, walkable neighborhood. The new community will include 60 two- and three-bedroom townhomes at full build-out, which is expected to be completed in 2018. The three-story townhomes range in size from 1,521 square feet to 1,758 square feet plus additional outdoor living space. Unique to the marketplace, every home has a private rooftop deck with enclosed access stair that doubles as a separation from the neighboring unit’s roof deck. The homes also have a ground-floor patio and two-car garage with direct access.

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Founded in 1991, KTGY Architecture + Planning is an international award-winning full-service architecture and planning firm delivering innovation, artistry and attention to detail across multiple offices and studios, ensuring that clients and communities get the best the firm has to offer no matter the building type or location. KTGY’s architects and planners combine big picture opportunities, leading-edge sustainable practices and impeccable design standards to help create developments of enduring value. KTGY serves clients worldwide from offices located in Chicago, Denver, Irvine, Los Angeles, Oakland, Pune and Tysons.

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