KB Home (NYSE: KBH) this weekend will host the grand opening of Primrose, its latest collection of new single-family homes in Riverside, California.

Situated off Highway 91, Primrose is convenient to the Riverside-Downtown Metrolink® Station, as well as the Kaiser Permanente®Riverside Medical Center and University of California, Riverside. Prime shopping and dining establishments at Galleria at Tyler are within walking distance of the community.

A KB Home model at Primrose.
A KB Home model at Primrose.

At Primrose, KB Home will construct 63 two-story homes in three distinct floor plans. With up to five bedrooms and three baths, and ranging in size from approximately 1,700 to 2,100 square feet, the KB homes at Primrose feature desirable design characteristics like spacious great rooms, elegant master suites and ample storage. Pricing begins from the low-$400,000s.

Primrose will feature several planned amenities, including a community pool, bocce ball court, tot lot and botanical garden. Nearby Arlington Heights Sports Park offers multiple sports courts and fields, and the 300-acre California Citrus State Historic Park boasts an open-air museum, walking trails and fruit tasting. Entertainment enthusiasts can access a variety of family friendly venues, like Castle Park®, a carnival-style amusement park with live entertainment, GLO Mini Golf, which offers an arcade and ice cream bar, and the historic Van Buren Drive-In Theatre.

“With such an array of attractions and activities within a few minutes’ drive, Primrose has a lot to offer,” said John Fenn, president of KB Home’s Inland Empire division. “We believe the opportunity to purchase a new and personalized home in such a convenient location will be enticing to buyers.”

KB Home will host a grand opening celebration at Primrose, Saturday–Sunday, May 11–12, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., during which attendees may tour the two elegantly appointed model homes.

The KB homes at Primrose will be built to current ENERGY STAR® certification guidelines and include WaterSense®labeled faucets and fixtures, meaning they are designed to be more energy and water efficient than most typical new and resale homes available in the area. These energy- and water-saving features are estimated to save homebuyers between $1,620 and $1,944 a year in utility costs, depending on floor plan.