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Olson Co. Remains Busy with Infill Homes

Seal Beach-based private homebuilder The Olson Co. is doubling down on its investments in Costa Mesa.

The builder said this month it plans to deliver a new project—Twenty8 Walk, a three-story detached community totaling 28 units—early next year.

It will be Olson’s second infill housing development in Costa Mesa to open in the past year, following the company’s Westside Walk, which counts 38 units and opened in May.

The Twenty8 project is located at 2089 Harbor Blvd., west of the 55 Costa Mesa Freeway near Hamilton Community Garden.

The farmhouse-style homes will range in size from 1,545 square feet to 1,861 square feet, and includes up to four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, flex spaces and two-car garages.

Model homes are expected to deliver next March.

Olson Co. paid $6 million for the development site at the end of 2019, according to property records.

“This community is ideal for home buyers that need or simply want to work from home,” Olson Co. President Bill Holford said in a statement. “We’re always looking to deliver the latest trends in buyer preferences, so we’ve included flex spaces that are great for either home offices or gyms.”

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The project follows the opening of Westside Walk, another townhome project.

Prices for that Costa Mesa project, located at 390 Ford Road about a mile from Twenty8 Walk, start in the low-$800,000s for homes up to 1,816 square feet.

“This community has been a huge success with 35 homes sold in just six months,” the company said in a statement.

Olson Co. is no stranger to Orange County, and has been one of the area’s top infill builders for well over a decade.

The firm opened its seventh project in Los Alamitos last year, Oak Walk, a 50-townhome project ranging from 1,295 square feet to 2,188 square feet with prices starting in the $600,000s.

The company, which has a portfolio topping 11,000 homes primarily in Los Angeles and Orange County, also recently debuted model homes at Indigo Walk, a 54-unit townhome project near Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park.

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