TAHOE’S LATEST & GREATEST:
New construction on Lake Tahoe
If you have been following us since our inception, you may have heard us touting that we are the first residential lakefront development approved in Tahoe in over 35 years. If you know Tahoe, this is a BIG DEAL. Between the Tahoe Basin’s land conservation efforts and strict building guidelines, both some of the most extensive in the country, new construction on Lake Tahoe is hard to come by. It’s highly unlikely Tahoe will see another development like this in our lifetime.
We’ll save the deep dive into all the details that surround new construction around Lake Tahoe for another post. For now lets revel in the beauty of what has come to be.
THE PROPERTY | What encompasses Tahoe Beach Club?
Making up the Tahoe Beach Club is, of course, our namesake Beach Club and the residences. All of which were thoughtfully designed and constructed, to compliment and capture the beauty of the unique property. The Beach Club sits right on the Lake’s shore, capturing the sweeping views of the lake and mountains. There will be 143 residences in total, 46 of which are completed and occupied.
THE BEACH CLUB | Architecture
Designed by renowned architect John Sather of Swaback Partners (whose vision shaped such iconic mountain retreats as the Family Barn and Camp Lodge at Martis Camp in Truckee, and the Shed Clubhouse at Promontory Club in Park City).
Learn more about our award-winning club house design HERE.
THE RESIDENCES | Now selling Phase 2
Materials are creatively layered. Wood abuts metal and stone, creating a textural vibrancy. Bright and breezy, these are homes inspired by the unpretentious warmth of the classic Tahoe lake house, and each Tahoe Beach Club residence reflects and reminds you of the great alpine lake just a few footsteps away. With configurations from 2 to 6 bedrooms, and 1,000 to 4,000+ sqft., there’s room for your life in these new construction, modern Tahoe residences.
We are currently selling residences in our Phase 2 offering. Construction on Phase 2 will commence in May of 2021, with earliest deliveries slated for Summer of 2022.
A few distinctions between the Phase 1 and Phase 2 floor plans include lower density buildings (8 units per building vs. 25); private, attached single car or 2 car garages; and 10′ ceiling heights (previously 9′). Last, but not least, the majority of the two story, loft residences will have the ability to add a private elevator.