SOURCE: The Dinerstein Companies

The Dinerstein Companies

October 29, 2012 11:08 ET

The Vineyards at Old Town Temecula Apartment Community Wins NAHB Award

Luxury Apartments in Temecula, California Named Nation's Best Garden Apartment Community

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 29, 2012) - The Dinerstein Companies is pleased to announce that its Temecula apartments won a National Association of Homebuilders 2012 Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Award. Selected by a jury of peers among entries throughout the United States, The Vineyards at Old Town won the Best Garden Apartment Community in the Developer Awards category.

"We couldn't be more thrilled to have our Temecula apartment community win this national award," says Misti Morales, marketing director for The Dinerstein Companies. "The award is pretty competitive and we feel honored it was selected among such impressive finalists."

Centered between Los Angeles and San Diego alongside California's Santa Rosa Mountains, The Vineyards at Old Town is a luxury community offering two bedroom walk-up townhomes and one to three bedroom apartments in a Tuscan style environment. Among the many amenities of the urban retreat community are granite countertops, faux wood floors, stainless steel appliances, 42 inch TVs, wine tasting room with private lockers, swimming pool and spa, cyber café, tanning dome and athletic center. 

The Dinerstein Companies developed and manage The Vineyards at Old Town. Meeks + Partners served as architect and Studio Bespoke was the interior designer. For more information about the apartment community, visit www.vineyardsatoldtown.com.

About The Dinerstein Companies:

Founded in 1955, The Dinerstein Companies is a family-owned full-service real estate and development company divided into three separate divisions: TDC Builders, TDC Management, and Sterling University Housing. Based in Houston, Texas, The Dinerstein Companies has completed over 50,000 apartments in 26 states and sold $1.65 billion worth of multifamily product since July 2004.