The first phase of a master-planned development, Addison Row comprises two four-story wood-framed buildings with brick and fiber-cement façades. The 321-unit residential community is a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments atop slab-on-grade with surface parking. In addition to indoor amenities such as a dog wash, fitness center, and lounge, the project includes open space areas and outdoor amenities such as a tot lot and splash pad. Addison Row's expansive 30-acre site was historically used for stockpiling materials for other construction projects; because of this, unforeseen challenges with found materials and existing site conditions required CBG to closely coordinate with geotechnical consultants. Financed by HUD, the development's future phases will include other residential buildings plus a few commercial buildings on an additional five acres.
Addison Row has achieved National Green Building Standard Bronze through sustainable construction and design practices. CBG's construction plan reduces its environmental impact by minimizing the length of time that soils are exposed, installing sediment and erosion controls to prevent storm water pollution, and recycling or salvaging 50 percent or more of building materials. And with EnergyStar® appliances and a drip irrigation system, the community conserves electricity and water. Addison Row provides mutli-modal transportation options as it includes 75 bike storage spaces and is next to a bus stop and the Orange Metro line.