Frequently Asked Questions
FivePoint is the company behind the development of some of California’s most visionary mixed-use communities, including Valencia. We are innovators and collaborators in the evolution of cities throughout coastal California. We're breaking down silos, mixing things up and bringing people together in unexpected ways. The new Valencia community is developed by The Newhall Land And Farming Company, a subsidiary of Five Point Holdings, LLC.
If you explore our website you’ll discover it’s a great source of information on what we have planned for Valencia and what’s already here. If you want to stay up to the minute on news and special events, you can follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. If you want the latest from Valencia to come right to your inbox, we invite you to join our email list. And of course you’re welcome to call us at (661) 203-3919, send us an email or drop by The Porch, our information center at 27426 Navigation Ave, Valencia, CA 91381
The Valencia information center, a.k.a. The Porch, is located at 27426 Navigation Ave, Valencia, CA 91381. And with its treasure trove of information about the community — what’s here and what’s to come — it’s the best place to start your tour of Valencia. When you’re ready to learn more about the homes of Valencia and experience the models, you’ll want to visit each of our homebuilders’ on-site sales and welcome centers.
Model availability varies by collection. Check the Homefinder for details.
Valencia offers a variety of homes that will only get more diverse as the community grows. Currently our builders offer stacked flats, townhomes, duplexes and gracious single-family detached homes ranging from 720 to 3,700 square feet with both multi- and single-level living options. To explore all of our current home collections, visit the Homes page of our website.
Creating an inclusive range of housing opportunities, including income-restricted affordable homes, is a priority at FivePoint and a key part of the plan for Valencia. So although Valencia doesn’t currently offer income-restricted housing, expect to see more options coming to Valencia in the future.
At Valencia, we’re committed to net-zero energy use and net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. This means that through a combination of technologies and practices that conserve energy and generate clean energy, Valencia’s goal is to create at least as much energy as is used. This helps achieve our other goal, which is to reduce carbon emissions to the point where Valencia’s overall production of greenhouse gasses add up to zero.
This is a fun one. NEV stands for Neighborhood Electric Vehicle. And it’s one of the many greenhouse-gas-reducing alternative modes of transportation that may be used at Valencia. We’ve planned and dedicated NEV pathways and charging stations throughout the community.
Yes. The homeowners association manages the recreational facilities, community programming and other benefits available to homeowners. HOA dues and fees vary depending on which home you buy, so you’ll want to contact your selected builder for specifics about that and other fees that may be applicable. And note that some homes, such as low-maintenance attached townhomes, may have sub-association fees in addition to the Master Community Association fees.
Valencia is an artfully curated blend of homes, businesses, restaurants, shops, parks and more, surrounded by and infused with the big bountiful nature of the Santa Clarita Valley. What it adds up to is an evolved, more connected way to live. Currently Valencia is entitled for approximately 25,000 homes and 13 million square feet of commercial space. And thanks to the scale of Valencia and its unique plan, this still leaves room for 10,000 acres of preserved nature and open space within the overall community.
The transit hub will be used and operated by Santa Clarita Transit in the future. It will function similar to the existing transit hub located off Valencia Blvd near the corner of McBean Pkwy. It will act as a bus transfer station, park & ride and pick up area for Santa Clarita Transit. In addition, we may elect to incorporate other items related to our TDM program in this location – e.g., bike share program, rideshare, carshare, etc. These are only examples of potential TDM programs that could be in this location. The timing of the transit hub is tied to our commercial plans in this area. Bus service to the area may occur well in advance of the transit hub being developed.