Shea Homes Launches New Home
 Building System

Monday, Mar 17 2014
Posted by:
Nigel F. Maynard

Walnut, Calif.-based Shea Homes has developed a patent-pending Shea3D home building process that gives buyers the ability to choose from a variety of interchangeable lifestyle-driven spaces.

"Never before has the customer been given the opportunity to actually choose the primary living space where they spend the majority of their waking hours," said Bert Selva, Shea Homes president and CEO. "The Shea3D concept was inspired by consumers' passions, lifestyles and how they actually live. We are excited to be at the forefront of this innovative new housing design."

Shea3D allows customers to choose one of three unique main living spaces — Entertainment-centric, Kitchen-centric and Outdoor-centric — that best fits a buyer’s lifestyle. Whether the buyer is looking for a home that offers an expansive, continuous living area for entertaining, or promotes a complete indoor-out-door living experience, Shea3D offers homes tailored to the specific needs of individuals and families alike.

The different Shea3D spaces can be integrated into any of the floor plans offered at that community. The Shea3D homes are called YourPlans instead of simply floor plans because each home will complement the way buyers live, the company said.

"Shea3D effectively expands the variety of home designs a buyer can choose,” Selva said. “If there are nine YourPlans available in a community, combined with the three different lifestyle spaces, there are actually 27 different home choices in total."

Shea3D homes are currently available at Trilogy at Tehaleh in Bonney Lake, Wash., and will be available at Marbella Vineyards in Gilbert, Ariz. Shea3D will also be available in the Palm Springs, Calif., area later this fall and next year in Denver and San Diego.

Information about Shea3D can be found at


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