The Resort located in beautiful Rancho Cucamonga, California is a master-planned community developed by Lewis Community Developers and lighting designed crafted by award-winning designers at First Circle Design.
With the popular area of Rancho Cucamonga being named as one of the best places in the nation to raise a family and scoring highly across key metrics on everything from housing costs and quality of school district to family fun, no wonder Lewis Community Developers slated this area for developing a resort style living complex.
The Resort is a bright new urban village in southeast Rancho Cucamonga that offers single-family residences, townhomes, apartment homes and a retail complex. The plan provides for up to 85,000-square-feet of non-residential development with up to 3,450 apartments, multi-family and single-family homes. Centrally located recreation centers provide resort-like gathering spaces for the residents.
Targetti’s popular and versatile inground KEPLERO range is showcased in its ideal environment providing landscape illumination and highlighting featured works of art and DURALAMP’s accent lighting can be seen in common areas.
Developer: Lewis Management Corp.
Lighting Design: First Circle Design
Club on 6th is at the center of this vibrant new Rancho Cucamonga community and features a pool, fitness center and more. The BBQ area is a designated space for owners to gather with an outdoor lounge. The area is surrounded by palm trees that are illuminated with Targetti’s KEPLERO MINI GIMBAL, creating a relaxing tropical vibe and comfortable garden setting. The DURALED CABLE strand with twinkling STARGAZER lamp span the community streets highlighting the pedestrian cross walks.
Compact in size (6″), yet powerful in performance, the KEPLERO MINI GIMBAL provides the ideal solution for landscape illumination. For absolute precision lighting the Gimbal version is the ideal solution. Thanks to the high performance and the adjustability of the optical system, the KEPLERO family is perfect for lighting facades of high-rise buildings especially where particular details can be highlighted with precision.