National homebuilder announces modern townhomes coming soon to 6Sixty, an innovative community in the heart of Silicon Valley.
6Sixty is only three miles from Google Corporate Headquarters, within walking distance to Google’s Quad Campus and less than five miles to other major employment centers nearby.
Read on to discover how Taylor Morrison is playing a key role in bridging the gap for demand for new homes in the Silicon Valley area.
Tracy, Calif. – Taylor Morrison, a leading national builder and developer, has announced that it will bring 37 new attached townhome-style condominiums to its latest Silicon Valley project, 6Sixty in Mountain View.
6Sixty will offer three-story condominiums that will feature 2 to 4 bedrooms with up to 3.5 baths, ranging from 1,122 to 1,783 square feet. 6Sixty will include open concept floor plans, spacious master suites and an abundance of amenities. Each floor plan offers a two-car garage. 6Sixty is now pre-selling and is priced from the $1.3 millions.
“6Sixty provides homebuyers with an incredible opportunity to purchase a new home in the heart of Silicon Valley,” said Joyce Lee, vice president of sales and marketing for Taylor Morrison Bay Area. “With exceptionally-designed living spaces in the world’s technological capital, 6Sixty offers the best of the best.”
6Sixty is located approximately three miles from the Google Corporate Headquarters, with easy access to Highway 101. The community is also within walking distance of Google’s Quad Campus at Fairchild Dr. and Whisman Rd. Other major Silicon Valley employment centers are within a five-mile commute from 6Sixty, with many of the largest Mountain View employers within minutes of the site, including Google’s global headquarters, Symantec, LinkedIn, Intuit, Microsoft, and Samsung. The newest Apple campus in Sunnyvale is located within four miles of 6Sixty.
Residents of 6Sixty have access to the well-regarded Mountain View Whisman School District and the Mountain View Los Altos High School District, both of which score well above California state averages. Notable schools in the area include Frank L. Huff Elementary School, Crittenden Middle School, Mountain View High School and Saint Francis High School.
Mountain View and the surrounding area offers great hiking and recreational opportunities including Shoreline Lake, Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Fremont, and Rancho San Antonio Preserve and Stevens Creek County Park in Cupertino.