LaHabra Adds a Pop of Color to California State University QUAD
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Student housing at The QUAD at California State University, San Marcos is a modern 158,000 sq. ft. complex adjacent to the campus. The QUAD is the first development planned for North City, a cosmopolitan center that will blend residential, retail and commercial space to create a college town around an urban square.
The modern apartments feature sustainable design elements and feature numerous amenities for students including a sparkling pool, fitness center, fire pits, classrooms and lounge areas.
The QUAD also features a combination of LaHabra’s Perma-Flex Acrylic Finish in Fine and Smooth textures in four custom colors. Perma-Flex is a 100% acrylic-based textured finish for stucco that’s made with Dirt Pick-Up Resistance (DPR), meaning the surface of the finish hardens and does not soften again under heat. The non-tacky surface also provides high resistnace to an accumulation of dirt, mold, and pollutants.
Featured on this building:
- LaHabra Fiber-47 Scratch & Brown Concentrate
- Parex USA Primer
- Parex USA Stucco Mesh
- LaHabra Perma-Flex Acrylic Finish in Fine and Smooth Textures
Applicator: Unique Building Group
Distributor: J&B Escondido
Architect: Safdie Rabines Architects
Square Footage: 78,000 sq. ft.
For more information on our products, visit us online at www.lahabrastucco.com
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