Finding a Home for True Living Takes Priority in Wake of Pandemic
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Life on the water’s edge in Delta Coves, a new boater’s club community, starts with the glint of sunlight on the water and the clear trills of the song sparrow—instead of the sound of traffic. It’s a place where you’re closely connected to nature through the manmade lagoon that serves as a gateway to the Delta’s 740,000 acres of natural preserves and 1,000 miles of rivers, sloughs, and canals. “Delta Coves offers a rich life on water,” said Nick Taratsas, general manager of Delta Coves and executive vice president of DMB Development. “It’s a place where you can take your family boating and hike natural trails in the community, all in one day.”
The signature architecture of Delta Coves’ 494 waterfront residences reflects a contemporary Delta style, and 14 beautiful new floorplans give residents ample choices in finding a home for true living. Each home’s spacious back deck and private boat dock seamlessly link to the great outdoors, and are launching points for adventure and relaxation alike.
After a year of lockdowns and an adjustment to continue working from home, many people have now had a chance to reassess their lives and preference for city living has waned. Already facing challenges for affordable housing before the pandemic, San Francisco is now seeing a 30-percent increase in residents moving out of the city, according to a recent study by the California Policy Lab at the University of California at Berkeley and the University of California at Los Angeles.
This migration is a measure of a variety of reasons, but prime among them is a desire for a better quality of life and people choosing where they want to live, rather than where they have to live. The growing embrace of the virtual office means that those who prefer to move away from the city in search of more space, scenery, and quiet have a wealth of options.
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Loosening ties to city life doesn’t mean losing out on social connections. Delta Coves’ private Island Camp is a vibrant 15,000 square-foot hub for activities, and its central location on the lagoon makes it easy to meet up with friends and neighbors, whether you arrive by foot, car, or even by kayak from your private dock. Take part in seasonal celebrations, work out at the fitness facility with Delta views, play a game of bags or horseshoe while boats glide by, wind down the day hanging out at the Duffy Boat Bar or attending a concert, join a resident club for recreation or networking—from fishing to book clubs and everything in between. “It’s possible for you to live your best life without having to be connected to a city,” said Taratsas.
There’s an exceptional lifestyle at Delta Coves for those longing to experience the joy of life on the water’s edge. The away-from-it-all vibe lets you enjoy the best moments of your life, and proximity to the Bay Area gives you the option to venture out, yet return to the place that makes your heart sing.
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47 Seaward Ct.
Bethel Island, California 94511
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