Solaria II is a three-story, 15-unit complex designed to pay homage to the California’s Mission style of architecture known for utilizing the rich, earthy materials of stucco, barrel tile and heavy wooden timbers to create a sense of sanctuary-like refuge. Entered via a fountained courtyard, Solaria II reveals its more playful character through the vibrant display of handmade Mexican clay tiles that are painted in intricate designs to celebrate the style and character of this architectural genre. Central to the courtyard is an elaborately embellished fountain common to Spanish homes and estates. This courtyard serves as a focal point for social gatherings and as a shared meeting place for tenants and guests of the homes and apartments.
Apartments vary in size from studio units to four bedroom, 4 bathroom flats. Some of the larger units were designed with spacious balconies to further increase resident’s access to outdoor living space. The apartments include gourmet kitchens with custom cabinets and granite countertops, oil-rubbed bronze lighting and plumbing fixtures for the Old World look, and accent niches and art walls throughout the units.