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Artesa at Menifee Town Center provides urban-style living in a small-town setting

Multifamily Housing

Artesa at Menifee Town Center provides urban-style living in a small-town setting

MBK Rental Living is the project’s developer.


By David Malone, Managing Editor | July 19, 2021
Artesa exterior
Artesa exterior

Artesa at Menifee Town Center, a Spanish mission-style apartment community in Menifee, Calif., is a new 15-acre community that includes 37 two- and three-story walk-up apartment buildings.

The community features one-, two-, and three-bedroom options across eight open-concept floor plans ranging from approximately 820 sf to 1,322 sf. Apartment units include interior finishes such as modern cabinetry, quartz countertops, stainless-steel GE appliances, full-size washers and dryers, wood-style flooring, and private garages.

 

Artesa living room

 

Amenities include a resort-style pool and spa, a large entertaining clubhouse with a full kitchen and a sports TV wall for community events, two fitness centers, common-area WiFi access, a barbecue area, an outdoor California lounge with dual fireplaces, a playground, package lockers, and a dog wash and park.

 

Artesa at Menifee amenities

 

Artesa is located within walking distance to numerous shopping, dining, and entertainment options located at the 172-acre Menifee Town Center. The development is also close to Menifee Lakes Plaza, the City of Menifee Civic Center, Mt. San Jacinto College, and Menifee Lakes Country Club and Golf Course.

The project partners for Artesa at Menifee Town Center include R.D. Olson Construction, SummA Architecture, Gouvis Engineering, Alliance Residential Company and Sitescapes.

 

Artesa Fitness center

 

Artesa pool

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