The Village at NTC is a 500-unit townhome community constructed as part of the Navy's largest public/private venture (PPV) to date. As partners in the PPV, Clark Realty Capital developed and built a total of 1,400 new homes on two sites in San Diego to help relieve a housing shortage for Navy and Marine Corp families in the area. The Village at NTC is located on the former Naval Training Center site and includes 500 townhome-style units, 7.2 acres of landscaped open areas, a central park and mini-parks, recreation facilities with tennis courts, a swimming pool and a gym, tot lots, and an elementary school site. The two- and three-story Spanish Colonial town homes are arranged in building clusters of two- to six-units, and offer rear, detached garages, formal dining rooms, and breakfast nooks. The neighborhood is located on San Diego Bay in the Point Loma neighborhood, three miles north of downtown.
Built upon the abandoned Naval Training Center (NTC) site just minutes from downtown San Diego, The Village at NTC was the first PPV project in San Diego, CA in 2001. The team demolished and crushed or ground all existing asphalt and concrete then used it for base under roads and buildings, yielding substantial savings for the owner. Any rebar or metal was separated and recycled, and residential buildings at NTC were designed and built using EnergyStar® and Title 24 standards for energy use and conservation. Insulation in walls and attic spaces, dual pane low-e windows, dual pane glass in doors, and compact fluorescent light fixtures and bulbs were used to meet Title 24 standards and provided energy conservation measures. EnergyStar®-compliant appliances were installed in addition to low flow toilets to conserve water. High efficiency gas fired FAUs and water heaters were installed along with the most energy-efficient air conditioning condensers available.